As I had to replace the worn-out shirt of my national costume from Kokkola, I decided to make it more historically accurate. That meant making the shirt much longer and using real buttons and thread loops. And of course, I sewed the whole thing by hand. Here is my video of the whole process:
Here is the finished shirt:
I was planning to make a proper hat or cap for this Kokkola costume but that requires some things (like a spesific type of a hat block) that I don’t have. Thus, I need to go to a course. For that, I will have to wait until this covid situation gets better.
The previous parts of this series can be found here:
I hope you liked the video. See you soon!