Selling to Jack Tarinton in House Flippers is one of the rarest achievements, partially because it was LITERALLY impossible until a short while ago.
BONING!! No not that kind of boning. Don't be a perve 😛 . Stays boning! I actually have something to say about that and decided to do so via video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N75squug0U4&feature=youtu.be Getting back to the process, First, boning channels. I'll let you read up on American Duchess' blog first. I went here first and [...]
All good outfits begin with the underpinnings. And since I'm a bit wider than I was in college when I had my last 18th century gig ... I need all new ones! But I'm also pretty confident that my sewing skills have improved in the last decade, so this is probably a good excuse to [...]
Ok, so, I know it's been awhile. Hello again! I've come out of my "I hate sewing" funk and am ready to get back in to it. See, this is the only reason why I don't do this for a living despite being constantly told that I should - after a project or two I just [...]
So faire came up on me pretty quickly, which means I had to finish Regis pretty quickly. Ok, so it's not 100% done yet. But it's past the point of what I usually deem "wearable"! Which is the minimal status of being worn to faire (albeit that stage usually means it's held together with safety [...]
Gods, I love Regis... sorry Emiel Regis Rohellec Terzieff-Godefroy. Firstly, here's a post dump of reference pictures on my sewing blog's facebook page: Ok, so here's the stash of fabric out of which I'm going to work my magic. A few sidenotes: 1. The pretty embossed floral scrolly brown fabric from which I'd like to make [...]
It's almost done! Here's a whole post detailing the work done for the green apron dress. Which - thanks to the lacing - turned out to take far more time than I anticipated ... but I LOVE how it's turning out 😀 Click here for Part 3! And then of course we had to [...]