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This is a 1930’s suit ensemble. The skirt is based on a BurdaStyle pattern, it is bias cut which is typical for the 30’s, while the jacket is completely self-drafted. It’s made from a striped dark …
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This is a mid-1920s afternoon tea dress I made for one of my historical reenactment fashion shows. It’s made mostly out of raw silk with complementary cotton sleeve and neckline finishing. On the s…
This is truly wonderful! A great idea!
I love the idea with using a bandana! I have a couple lying out there, which I think I might just…
It’s difficult to decide on one decade in particular… But I must say that the thirties and fort…
My favorite hand stitched element would be an anchor application I made myself for my pajama pant…
Gathering and pleating, it gives a very vintage sense to the clothing!
That’s obvious: the Internet! It’s a wonderful source of information and inspiration (regarding s…
The 20s, 30s and 40s are very inspirational! Although the 20s silhouette isn’t very favourable fo…
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