Knitted Barbie sweater set.
Mountmellick work at padding stage.
The last couple of weeks I have also been doing research on Hedebo embroidery. Hedebo seems to be an obscure form of embroidery. It is a form of white work that is roughly similar to Schwalm. When I'm finished I will post links to the few links I've found. While doing all this research I found the best site www.archive.org Some libraries having scanned out of copyright books and made them available for downloading in several formats. I've had lots of fun at the site getting access to old books. This is especially helpful when researching needlework. So many embroidery and lace instructions are hard to find in modern books. In fact I had to purchase two magazines from 1906 and 1916 to find detailed hedebo instructions. Hedebo was already obscure by the early 20th century.
With some luck I hope to make a tutorial on Dorcet Singleton buttons. I've made a few and want to make a set for a shirt. These will have to be washable so it limits the supplies and embroidery used. Button making is really fun and a good skill if you make 16th century style clothing! Now to get back to some research!