Check out this instructional video for how to assemble our Downloadable Patterns. It’s easy!
It was long thought that the most common stitch on early modern garments was the running stitch. Recent re-examinations have shown that this is inaccurate. Those who have tried to sew their replica garments using only running stitches will not be surprised. Even if one makes the stitches 2mm to 4mm apart, the running stitch…
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The US Postal Service has increased their rates. Unfortunately, so must we.
Welcome 2013! From Downton Abbey era patterns and vintage repros from the 20s, 30s and 40s to Custom Suits. Fill all your historical clothing needs right here.
Whew! It’s been an interesting couple of months! “Interesting” in the sense of the Chinese curse. Which is not so much fun. By now you may have heard we moved. We are now fully operational in our new location. The trouble is it took a full two months to get…
Wherein Kass shows how to make a bias-cut 1930s dress without sewing anything on the bias.
The Golden Age of Travel blog returns with a discussion of the myths about the ideal 1920s figure and 1920s underwear — what to wear under your flapper dress!
Week Five. I still need: 11 10 formal evening gowns 4 2 semi-formal dinner dresses 15 14 day dresses or ensembles 3 suits But you know what we haven’t done? Coats! This is no Caribbean cruise, RH fans. Crossing the North Atlantic on a ship that averages 26 knots requires a coat….