Where I like to party in 2020! 😀 I’ll update the link party list from time to time so that the list is up-to-date. If you want to link up, click on a button and the link party opens in a new tab. Most of the link parties are for sewing, DIY crafts & recipes. But there are also year-long link-ups at the bottom of the page. Continue reading Link Party List 2020→
Beside the 1920s, the Edwardian era is my favorite historical era at the moment. I love historical hairstyles and it isn’t easy to find original hairstyle instructions from the past. So this was clearly my most favorite blog post of 2018! Continue reading My 15 Favorite Blog Posts Of 2018→
Last week I shared with you my ‘My Top 35 Most Liked Instagram Photos Of 2018‘. And today I’m sharing with you the top 50 posts that I published in 2018 and which you enjoyed the most. Please let me know in the comments which were you’re personal favorites!
2018 was my second year on instagram. Sometimes I hated it – because of the new instagram algorithm and the people (or bots) who play the follow-unfollow game – but overall it’s my favorite social media platform because it’s the best way to connect with like minded people!
In 2018, I hosted my first instagram historical costuming challenge:
After sharing the Top 30 Most Popular Posts of my blog, I’m now sharing my first instagram roundup: the 25 most liked Instagram pictures of 2017.
2017 was my first year on instagram. There were ups and downs – sometimes I hated it 😉 – but now it’s one of my favorite social media platforms because instagram is such a great way to connect with like minded people.
I’m hosting my first instagram challenge! Yay! 😀 I love instagram sewing and historical costuming challenges; they are great to meet like-minded people!
#artdecoapril is a month-long instagram challenge for the art deco period (the 1920s & 1930s).
How do I participate?
To participate, post a photo inspired by the daily prompt and tag @lina_sewhistorically and #artdecoapril. You can pick anything from the art deco period (1920s & 1930s): handmade 1920s/ 1930s dresses and accessories, original garments, makeup & hairstyles, recipes, history tidbits, paintings, photographs, movies … You can interpret the daily prompt in any way you like. Continue reading #artdecoapril – 1920s & 1930s Historical Costuming Instagram Challenge→