It is, and I don’t recommend the use of epsom salt. It does destroy the fabric, no matter how muc…
Bolero, going with the http://www.burdastyle.com/projects/terre-dange-dressvictorian-dress-ysandre dress
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Dress based on Queen Ysandre’s dress from Kushiel saga – Jacqueline Carey
How to make a genuine bell shaped tutu?
Tutu’s consist of several layers of organza or chiffon, usually 8 to 16 layers. This one is made pretty easy.
^^ thank you, it’s still my favorite. Yay for having discovered another fan! huggles
Lovely! like a riding jacket from Victorian times
Sweet work, nicely done. From what Medieval period is this exactly?
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it’s one of my heaviest outfits to wear, including the make up, but it’s always wo…
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No, (fortunately) I’m not an actress, just a cosplayer and seamstress ^
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thank you, yes it is (but it’s a Christmas ornament. The petals however, I’ve done entirely by my…
Kanzashi, hair ornaments for geisha, made from satin fabrics with potato starch to strengthen the fabric, wooden chopsticks, metal ornaments, chains and bells, all attached with hot glue.
Kahvi, copyrighted by Wendy and Richard Pini. artwork version
Another mathematics project. Never actually worn, for personal reasons.
how to make yourself a pair of vambraces? Well… like this.
Currently working on this project, and when I have the pattern, I will share.
Bad photosouping, I know.
Remoddeling a suit jacket for Turks – Final Fantasy 7 bad guys (don’t ask me why they’re called “Turks”, I still believe it’s alphabet soup for "Taradiddle Unit of Reconnessaince, Kidnapping and Sp…
thank you ^ It is fun to be the scientist of the Dutch Umbrella Division ^
cognac coloured underskirt for the cognac dress. Goes with the cognac coloured Philomenia long sleeved bolero and the cognac coloured vintage styled gloves.
The lines of Greek architecture inspire this neutral and pastel collection.
Meg's Magazine Mash Up!
Check out Meg's variation of our Drawstring Gym Shorts, and see how she made them high-fashion!
Meet this seamstress, mom, jeans lover, and the instructor of our digital pattern drafting course!
Pattern of the Week
This timeless style ties at the back and looks stunning at formal events
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