Posts tagged ‘buttons’

February 6, 2012

Arizona Statehood Centennial Outfit (dress diary)

Me, 100 years ago
Me, if I were born 100 years earlier…

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February 5, 2012

Arizona Statehood Centennial Outfit (pictures only)

December 2, 2011

1860s Tunics for Young Boys

Little boys in 1860 outfits at school

The boys at the “school” display

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September 2, 2011

Jumpers and Sundresses

I have been making variations of the Girls’ Regency Dress from Sensiblity.com

Which are your favorites and why?

Click on any picture to see the listing in my Zibbet shop!

Tan, Blue, and Pink Jumper or Sundress

Tan, Blue, and Pink Jumper or Sundress

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August 30, 2011

50s outfit

Us Girls in our 50s themed outfits

L-R Me, in the featured outfit, Moriah wearing a circle skirt I made for the occassion, Bethany in a skirt that I wore when I was smaller than she is, and mom in one of my signature wrap skirts

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May 26, 2010

Little boy clothes from the 1860s

My little brothers Daniel and Joshua got to wear their “new” clothes to the reenactment in Payon last April. (more pictures on my blog!) Daniel (the older one, with longer hair and pants) helped sew his outfit on my c. 1920 treadle sewing machine! Joshua wore Daniel’s old out-grown outfit. More description on the way!

March 24, 2010

Nissa dress


This is Nissa. She lives in a small country in Africa in an orphanage with about 19 other children. Nissa is a Heavenly Princess, but she doesn’t get to dress like one.


This is the Nissa dress. Every cent earned from the sale of dresses made in this style will go to help Nissa and the other children who live with her. My goal is not only to offer this dress in doll sizes, but in girls’ sizes as well. Each dress will be made in the same general style (halter top, long, full skirt, elastic waist) but will be one-of-a-kind in fabric and embellishments.

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March 15, 2010

My Twinn dress with Silk Ribbon Embroidery

Inspiration: Silk ribbon given to me by a friend and all the beautiful silk ribbon projects I’ve seen


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