This is awesome!
Autumn has me dreaming of pretty 1950s frocks a la Funny Face, but first I thought I needed to address proper foundations to help the silhouette. Since my last petticoat met an unfortunate demise …
Wonderful! That fabric is just perfect. Reminds me of Horrockses :)
I made this costume to wear to Costume College, an annual costume convention.
This costume was made from Truly Victorian patterns. The bodice was a combination of a few of their patterns. Altho…
I made this dress for the Art Deco Festival on the Queen Mary.
The pattern I used was vintage from 1935, McCall 8139. I love the unexpected low back on this dress.
I was originally going to …
Looks awesome! Love it in gingham!
This was probably the most fun and creative project I have made since I made my Edwardian dress project from last year’s Costume College.
I bought about 6 yards of this ecru wide cotton lace trim …
Holy smokes! thank you so much everyone! I am blown away by your nice comments!!
The pattern I used for this dress was Eva Dress 744, her multi-sized 1930s dinner dress pattern. It was a great pattern to use and I especially love the cut of the skirt. I did make a few changes…
Hit the city streets in adventurous looks with utilitarian details like cargo pockets and belts.
Twists on feminine classics, like a bold patterned shift dress and pants with a racing stripe.
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Short jackets like this zebra print bomber by Anniemollison are a must for spring.
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Pick one of 5 patterns for a new kind of sew along
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