The Edwardian summer girl is robust, strong and independent. She’s bare-armed, collarless, hatless and short-skirted: She doesn’t care if she gets freckles or a tan. She’s as good at sports as men: She swims, rows, hunts – she even plays barefoot golf! Continue reading The Edwardian Summer Girl
Lavender sachets were a popular gift in the Victorian and Edwardian era: ‘A delightful gift that will cost but little in time or money’ (Every Woman’s Encyclopaedia, 1910-2a).
Lace lavender sachets are fast to sew and a great way to use up fabric and lace scraps. I used lace scraps from my Edwardian lingerie blouse and muslin scraps from my Victorian afternoon gown. (UK) Muslin is very sheer – perfect for lavender sachets. Continue reading Edwardian Lace Lavender Sachets – Tutorial
Today I finished my Edwardian lace chemise for the HSM. The chemise is for my Edwardian lingerie dress. Continue reading Edwardian Lace Chemise – Historical Sew Monthly
I’m sewing an Edwardian S-curve corset in my free time – yay! 😀 I’ve always wanted to have an Edwardian S-curve corset. But it takes so long (more than a year already) – so here are some in-progress-pics before I can show you the finished Edwardian corset.
I used off-white 100% silk satin, and white cotton twill as lining. The corset is heavy boned with Continue reading Edwardian White Silk Satin Corset In Progress
That’s my 1900s bathing costume. Continue reading Edwardian Bathing Costume
I finished the belt for my Edwardian lingerie dress. The dress will be a white muslin and Valenciennes lace dress worn over a mint green camisole and petticoat. The muslin and lace blouse of the dress I’ve sewn last year for the Historical Sew Monthly and is nearly finished: some lace and the sleeve ruffles are still missing. Continue reading Edwardian Belt
A while ago I bought these dainty vintage crochet lace gloves. Continue reading Vintage White Crochet Lace Gloves
I’ve finally finished the silver dog collar for challenge 10 of the Historical Sew Monthly! 😀 Continue reading Silver Dog Collar – Historical Sew Monthly