A black (artificial) silk dress is suibable for afternoon wear, but it’s also suitable for the office. For my black dress I used black cellulose acetate fabric, which was called celanese in the 20s (1926 celanese dress). Continue reading 1920s Black Artificial Silk Dress
That’s my mid-to-late 1920s white lace afternoon dress. Continue reading 1920s White Lace Afternoon Dress
In the 1920s, the hem of sheer and lightweight dresses were often finished with a picot hem. But unless you’re lucky and own an antique hemstitching machine, you’ll need an alternative. So in this tutorial I’ll show you how to sew an imitation 1920s picot hem. Continue reading 1920s Imitation Picot Hem – Tutorial
Today I finished my 1920s style beaded dance purse. Continue reading 1920s Beaded Dance Bag
In the 1920s, the hem of sheer and lightweight dresses were often finished with a picot hem. Nowadays, the term ‘picot hem’ is often used wrongly. So what’s a real 1920s picot hem? Continue reading What’s A 1920s Picot Hem?
Some pictures of my 1920s black lace dress which I’ve sewn some years ago. Continue reading 1920s Black Lace Dress
That’s my 1920s blue wool coat. Continue reading 1920s Blue Wool Coat
That’s my turquoise taffeta robe de style which I sewed some years ago. Continue reading 1920s Turquoise Taffeta Robe De Style