CYPHAN Outift — the philosophizing

On December 3, 2009, Posted by , In Blog, tagged in ,, , With No Comments

Kass like’s bright colours? One would never have guessed…

CYPHAN Outift — the brainstorming

On December 2, 2009, Posted by , In Blog, tagged in ,, , With No Comments

Kass Brainstorms about a natural form Victorian outfit.

CYPHAN outfit — the explanation

On November 17, 2009, Posted by , In Blog, tagged in ,, , With No Comments

What does a historical costumer wear to a Science-Fiction convention?

New Look and Feel!

On November 16, 2009, Posted by , In Blog, tagged in , With No Comments

NEW and Improved Reconstructing History! Come in and look around!

RH goes Victorian!

On September 28, 2009, Posted by , In Blog,Victorian, tagged in , , With No Comments

We’re Very pleased to announce that RH is now carrying Truly Victorian!

New Product!

On February 18, 2009, Posted by , In Blog, tagged in , , With No Comments

New Product alert! We now have LACE!

Dress Like a Peasant – Parte Ye Laste

On January 28, 2009, Posted by , In Beginners,Blog,Medieval, tagged in ,, , With No Comments

The seventh installment in the series highlighting our new sewing project! See Kass’s husband Bob use Reconstructing History products, like bronze needles, linen thread and wool flannel, to make RH004 – 14th to 16th Century Peasant Man – from the skin out.

Dress Like a Peasant – Parte Ye Sext

On January 28, 2009, Posted by , In Beginners,Blog,Medieval, tagged in ,, , With No Comments

The sixth installment in the series highlighting our new sewing project! See Kass’s husband Bob use Reconstructing History products, like bronze needles, linen thread and wool flannel, to make RH004 – 14th to 16th Century Peasant Man – from the skin out.

Dress Like a Peasant – Parte Ye Fifthe

On January 27, 2009, Posted by , In Beginners,Blog,Medieval, tagged in ,, , With No Comments

The second installment in the series highlighting our new sewing project! See Kass’s husband Bob use Reconstructing History products, like bronze needles, linen thread and wool flannel, to make RH004 – 14th to 16th Century Peasant Man – from the skin out.

Dress Like a Peasant – Parte Ye Forth

On January 26, 2009, Posted by , In Beginners,Blog,Medieval, tagged in ,, , With No Comments

The second installment in the series highlighting our new sewing project! See Kass’s husband Bob use Reconstructing History products, like bronze needles, linen thread and wool flannel, to make RH004 – 14th to 16th Century Peasant Man – from the skin out.