How cool is this? CUT! Costume and the Cinema “Walk through five centuries of cinematic couture. Experience the history of style and history itself. Breathe in the sumptuous fabrics. Step into the shoes of famous film stars. An experience like no other awaits visitors to the exhibition CUT! Costume and the Cinema. The films represented… Read More Movie Costume Exhibit in St. Petersburg Florida
I finished my English fitted gown and it now has its own section in the costume gallery. There is no dress diary this time as it was a stop and go project that I worked on when I had time. I am working on adding other costumes to the gallery as well, it is just… Read More Site Updates
A few years ago I had a chance to go to the Ringling Museum in Sarasota, Florida. Amidst the Baroque art, circus memories, and lush grounds there was a small collection of miniatures that caught my eye. At first glance I thought “Pift, I’ve seen Hillard’s work no one can compare.” Then I looked closer… Read More Tiny Marvels
I finally finished off my wool kirtle, which started out as the Lady with a Unicorn dress. It slowly evolved into something a bit different thanks to some mishaps with the pattern layout I was using and some over enthusiastic scissors. I am wearing it over my Tudor shift as I have yet to make… Read More A wrap up post: The Lady with the Unicorn
Proof I’ve been sewing and not trying to hibernate through the winter!
The question is, what should I line the overgown with? I was thinking silver but this far have yet to find anything that isn’t too shiny.