Girl’s 1830s-1840s dresses

These 1830s-1840s era dresses were designed for a museum in Arkansas for their children’s interpretive center. These dresses open all the way down the back…

Romantic Era straw bonnet

This lovely Romantic Era straw bonnet is headed to a museum in Pennsylvania as part of a larger commission. This straw bonnet features gingham ribbon,…

WWII WASP Hats

I recently made 2 WWII Era WASP hats for the Arizona Commemorative Airforce Air Base Museum in Mesa, Arizona. The beret is based upon a…

A blog award

I would like to thank Alison Boulton over at Thread-Headed Snippet for awarding me the Versatile Blogger award!  Alison is a fellow Southern blogger and has the…

Blog award- Thank You!

Last year, Labluebonnet over at Teacups Among the Fabric listed my blog as one of her top five favorites. A very big belated thank you! As…

We’re moving!

Over the next two months, we will be moving to a new 1000 square foot studio located just outside the city! [Happy Dance!] As a…

18th century closed robe gown

After having the opportunity to hear all the great discussion at CSA’s symposium from the folks over at Colonial Williamsburg, I was delighted to return…

Thank you Natalie!

A great big thank you to Natalie Garbett at Historical Clothing and Uniforms for the Liebster Blog Award! I came across Natalie’s blog a few…