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Chronicles' Project: Waterproofing Fabric 18th Century Style
Apr 22, 2011 . I've been doing quite a bit of studying about the early 18th century, specifically the early American Colonial era. It turns out that the more I learn, .
http://trochronicles.blogspot.com/2011/04/chronicles-project-waterproofing-fabric.html

18th Century Oilskin Watchcoats - Tentsmiths
18th CENTURY OILSKIN WATCHCOATS . This is the same cloth used in the Australian drover's dusters and the famous British "thornproofs" prized by so many .
http://www.tentsmiths.com/tent-camp-accessories-watchcoats.html

How raincoat is made - material, manufacture, making, history, used ...
By the eighteenth century, Europeans were experimenting with waterproofing fabric for clothing. François Fresneau devised an early idea for waterproofing .
http://www.madehow.com/Volume-6/Raincoat.html

La Couturière Parisienne: 1700s
Basics. Articles for a basic understanding of the subject of 18th century clothing . How To. Instructions on making 18th century clothing, hairdos and cosmetics .
http://www.marquise.de/en/1700/index.shtml

Define Oil Cloth | eHow.com
Oilcloth originated in the 18th century as heavy cotton or linen canvas fabric that . oil for waterproofing and cotton flannel replaced the heavier canvas fabric.
http://www.ehow.com/about_6589519_define-oil-cloth.html

18th Century Clothing
AMERICANREVOLUTION.ORG. 18th Century French Clothing · 18th Century English Clothing · 18th Century Colonial Clothing.
http://www.americanrevolution.org/clothing.html

The Golden Age 1700 to 1740
Sep 22, 2009 . They were often made of old canvas or sailcloth, and covered with tar for waterproofing. The early 18th century also saw the introduction of full .
http://www.piratesinfo.com/cpi_The_Golden_Age_1700_to_1740_948.asp

Visitor Centers | Isle a la Cache Museum
Recycle your used clothes, shoes, towels, and bedding with the Forest . The 18th century was a time of change and the creation of a "Middle Ground" between . of a beaver and realize for yourself why Europeans desired this waterproof coat.
http://www.reconnectwithnature.org/visitor-centers/icm

A Woodsrunner's Diary: A Waterproofing Recipe Of The 18th Century.
Mar 10, 2012 . 18TH CENTURY LIVING HISTORY IN AUSTRALIA. . My Grandfather in Germany use the same recipe for Waterproofing his Boots and Shoes. . of skills, crafts, clothing styles, personas, equipment and tools and activities.
http://woodsrunnersdiary.blogspot.com/2012/03/waterproofing-recipi-of-18th-century.html

Leather Craft
One of the primary things that beeswax does is provides waterproofing although it . that was used in the 18th century as a multi-purpose leather treatment, waterproofing, . If you are working with an item that does touch your skin, or fabric, for .
http://www.leathercraftsecrets.com/leatherwork/product.htm

Toxic Waterproofing Alternatives | Care2 Healthy Living
Jan 24, 2008 . In the 18th and 19th centuries, linseed was commonly used to waterproof tarps and military packs. A century ago, fabric was coated in linseed .
http://www.care2.com/greenliving/10069.html

Glossary M
A lightweight waterproof fabric originally of rubberized cotton. macram a coarse . mantua a usually loose-fitting gown especially in the 17th and 18th centuries .
http://www.apparelsearch.com/glossary_m.htm

Glossary of 18th Century Costume Terminology
Except where noted otherwise, definitions describe the 18th century use of words . . Reproduced in Eighteenth Century Clothing at Williamsburg , Linda . wool holds an edge (does not fray) when cut and is largely wind- and waterproof.
http://people.csail.mit.edu/sfelshin/revwar/glossary.html

Understanding Fabrics Understanding Fabrics
We even use fabric as architecture, to shield us from the sun. What is fabric? . It is named for the 18th-century French linen . WATERPROOF- typically suggests a protective laminate such as Urethane or another micro-porous film has been .
http://www.learningseed.com/_guides/1166_Understanding_Fabrics_Guide.pdf

CLOTHING MATTERS
18th Century Clothing and 19th. Century Clothing by Bobbie Kalman;. Crabtree Publishing. • Cotton in Your T-Shirt by Aline. Riquier; Young Discovery Library .
http://www.mii.org/pdfs/clothing.pdf

JAEGER'S BATTALION ROGERS' RANGERS
If clothing makes the man, then clothing doubly makes – or breaks – the Ranger. In recreating the . Eyewear was rarely worn in public during the 18th century. However . Adding colored pigments to the waterproofing medium was common .
http://www.schrothscompany.com/document_folder/Clothing_and_Equipment_Guide_-_Team_final_copy.pdf

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