A while ago, I won this antique Edwardian lace slip with beautiful Valenciennes lace insertions at an ebay auction. I think it’s a late Edwardian (1910s) slip. Continue reading Antique Edwardian Lace Slip
Some years ago I sewed this 1950s-style dress with taffeta fabric which is embroidered with white roses. Continue reading 1950s White Taffeta Dress
Some years ago I sewed this Edwardian plaid wool skirt. Continue reading 1910s Plaid Wool Skirt
My 18th century jacket is finally finished! Yay! I sewed the last two seams just some minutes before we took the photos! 😉
If you follow me on Instagram, you know that we’re clearing out Grandma’s house at the moment. And I found some of her lingerie: bras and garter belts! They’re probably from the late 1940s or early 1950s. The bras have the characteristic, pointy, conical bullet bra shape of the 1950s – but not as exaggerated as some of the 1950s bras.
And if you want to sew your own pin-up bra or vintage garter belt, I traced the patterns of two of the bras and of one of the garter belts. You can download the patterns for free and adjust them to your size. Continue reading 1940 – 1950s Bra & Garter Belt + Free Patterns
I made Huarache sandals again! Yay! Huarache sandals are so comfortable to wear and easy to make. After making Huarache sandals with cork soles and Huarache bathing shoes, I now made Huarache sandals with leather soles. Apart from soaking the leather soles, it just takes some minutes to make DIY huarache sandals. So grab some leather and yarn and make your own huarache sandals with leather soles! 😀 Continue reading DIY Huarache Sandals With Leather Soles – Tutorial
I wanted to sew woven fabric stockings for a long time, and now I’ve finally sewn a pair of medieval fabric stockings! I like how they turned out. And they’re really comfortable to wear! Continue reading Medieval Stockings