I like the yoke detail :)
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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Thank you :)
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…
Tailoring a Jacket for the Perfect Fit and a Professional Finish
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Show a little leg in this sexy skirt with a thigh high slit!
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The kids are sure to steal the show in this charming collection of classic, elegant pieces.
Member Project of the Week
She made this dress for her high school graduation, and it looks fab!
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