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So You Don’t Sew — episode 1

On September 3, 2014, Posted by , In Blog,Tailoring, tagged in , , With 4 Comments

Today we begin a new blog series. This time it’s a video blog. Kass tells us how to have beautiful vintage-look clothing even if you don’t sew. Watch and share!

New Blog Series Starts Wednesday

On September 1, 2014, Posted by , In Blog, With Comments Off

Brand news post. Brand new topic. Exciting stuff. Check back Wednesday morning and don’t miss a word!

A 17th century Drawnwork Jacket with Silver Spangles

On May 24, 2014, Posted by , In 17th century, With Comments Off

My Next Insanity A Drawn-work Linen Jacket with Silver Spangles Okay…   Now I’ve really gone off the deep end.   You may have read my page on needlelace.   All my friends embroider, but I’m really bad at it.   But in needlelace, I’ve finally found something that appeals…

Golden Age of Travel prequel — vintage hiking wear for men

So what will Bob be wearing on Kass’ vintage walking holiday? Find out!

Golden Age of Travel Birthday prequel — vintage hiking headwear

When battling the elements in vintage dress on the English downs, what do you wear on your head? Check it out!

Assemble Historical Notes now available as downloads!

On February 15, 2014, Posted by , In Blog, With Comments Off

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Golden Age of Travel Birthday prequel — vintage hiking footwear

What do you wear on your feet when hiking in vintage togs? Read this and find out!

Golden Age of Travel Birthday prequel — early 20th century outdoor wear — Part 2

What do you wear in the unpredictable English autumn? Read on and find out!

Golden Age of Travel Birthday prequel — early 20th century outdoor wear — Part 1

What does one wear on an early 20th century walking holiday? Check our blog and find out!

Golden Age of Travel Birthday prequel — a 1930s hiking holiday

Kass is planning on a “test” vintage holiday this October. Read on to see exactly what it is…