The cuffs of the blue under clothes was a double line outline worked in chain stitch with circles worked in stem stitch. I used a thread a shade darker than the color of the cotehardies.
The applique was worked by Lady Perwyr of Arrow's Flight. I wanted to show off her beautiful work and give her credit for a very nice job. Her efforts made this garb go over the top on the Coolness Factor. HRM Nisa had a wolf head sillouetted on a moon on her dress (part of her personal device), while HRM Sean had a pegasus worked on his tunic (part of his household device). Both were worked in the royal blue and aluminum fabric, and stitched with a blanket stitch in white for accent. Unfortunately, my pictures did not save. I will have to beg some from TRM and add them at a later time.
The outer cotehardies were also matching, working the same pattern used on the sleeves--double lines encasing circles. A very simple yet stunning combo. I only worked a single line of chain stitch on the sleeves as a subtle accent of blue. All stitching was worked in a matching royal blue. I forgot to take pictures of the ensemble in its finished glory before handing it off to TRM. I am sure there are pictures of them on FaceBook--they wore this set to closing court of Uprising. Out of all of the sets I worked for TRM, this was my favorite. I really am pleased with the colors and the embroidery pattern.