Volume 28

Costume, Number 28, 1994



Notes on Contributors

pp. iv-iv(1)


The Bayeux `Tapestry': Culottes, Tunics and Garters, and the Making of the Hanging

pp. 1-9(9)

Owen-Crocker, Gale R.

The overall effect of the ‘Tapestry’ is stylistically harmonious; however, in making a detailed study of the costumes, I have become aware of subtle graphic variations which suggest to me different hands at work, perhaps those of secondary artists interpreting a master plan. Some relate to the different sections of which the ‘Tapestry’ is constructed, some are more confined. I have also come to suspect occasional misunderstanding or rather free interpretation of the cartoon by the needleworkers. These suggestions are necessarily tentative. I would welcome readers' views.


On So-Called `Flea Furs'

pp. 10-13(4)

Veale, Elspeth


`To be the Kingis Grace ane Dowblett': The Costume of James V, King of Scots

pp. 14-21(8)

Marshall, Rosalind K.


A Prelate's Robe for the Most Noble Order of the Garter worn by the Right Reverend Sir Jonathan Trelawny, 3rd Bart., Lord Bishop of Winchester, in 1707

pp. 22-36(15)

Arnold, Janet


Changes in the Cut of Traditional Hungarian Costumes in the Seventeenth to Nineteenth Centuries

pp. 37-46(10)

Földi-Dózsa, Katalin; Kralovánszky, Maria


Infant Clothing in the Eighteenth Century: A New Insight

pp. 47-59(13) :

Clark, Gillian


Antiquarian Attitudes—Some Early Studies in the History of Dress

pp. 60-70(11)

Ribeiro, Aileen


Home Sewing and `Fashions for All' 1908-1937

pp. 71-80(10)

Burman, Barbara


Bill Gibb

pp. 81-96(16)

Rew, Christine


Mathematics Applied to Dressmaking

pp. 97-102(6)

Zeeman, Christopher


New Books and Articles

pp. 103-112(10)

Snowden, James


Book Reviews

pp. 113-142(30)


Notes and Queries

pp. 143-146(4)