This first shot really shows off that the corset is not a “flat fronted” shaping. I really like a gentle curved abdomen that cups and molds to your actual body instead of trying to create the modern board flat front. Beautiful little corset. Lil’ cincher in dot coutil with delicate […]
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Finally finished up a set of bias cut hose for my husband. They are pieced, and then pieced some more. He said they are stiffer than his wool ones I made a few years back. I think they will slowly wear in and adapt more as he fences in them.
I had a lot of fun making this garment :) It is deceptively simple. The main body portion is once piece, with the neckline pleated and a hole cut in the middle for the collar. I loved making the button and self made fabric loop. I added some fine hand […]
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A fun older photo of me in my 50s gown, we pulled this out from the files to have on display at the Woman’s club.
My husband has been such a huge support and made me a poster and flyers to have on display during the Wedding gown fundraiser at the Woman’s club last week. Such a gorgeous bride :)