Jane Seymour's Petticoat
part of the outfit is a red petticoat made of silk dupion, lined
with linen and stiffened with other layer of canvas, which helps
to create a necessary volume of the skirt, because in the 30th of
16th century the Spanish farthingale (esp. verdugado) hadnít have
been worn yet in England. The petticoat is laced in the front with
a finger looped silk braid with hand made brass points.