UPDATE: Links to all tutorials will be added to the bottom of this post as they become available.
Over the summer I worked on sewing several different patterns (top, blouse, skirt) to prepare myself for a personal goal~ to create two complete 18th century costumes using period appropriate fabrics, trims and sewing techniques.
Guess What? I did it. And on an amazing budget to boot.
On Wednesday I will take you step by step on outfitting the Duke of Décor for less than $6.00. Yes, $6.00!
Thursday and Friday posts will cover the personal accessories used by 18th century Fashionistas. Get ready to transform vintage pillow cases and much more.
Three more posts will lead up to Halloween in all its glory. We graciously extend an invitation for you to join us on this festive frolic.
Future posts will be in glorious technicolor.
A good day to all,
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