So, for the last 7 months I have been living in a party house with some friends. The internet wasn't working in my room---thus, I haven't used it much until now.
I'm still working at the costume shop, fulltime, and its great! I learn so many new things, and I get to work on great things. Downside, we're understaffed, so I serve as the graphic designer/marketing/tech person as well. Tech. Hah! It's interesting though. I have also been hard at work on my art, finishing the Men in Kilts Calendar series (only 1.5 to go!) and other pieces. Starting on February 11th, I will be selling prints and originals of my artwork at Sherwood Forest Faire! It
Free Victorian Patterns Online by GuiseMaker, journal
Free Victorian Patterns Online
Hey all! :wave: I was just researching some Victorian costume for work and came across this link. Thought it would be useful for anyone working in or wanting to work in 1850s-1910s. http://www.tudorlinks.com/treasury/freepatterns/index.html#Victorian
:D Some belly dance costume uploads to come!
I posted this on my blog, but I will also post here. I've decided that at TRF this fall I want to force several friends of mine into my fae costumes for the "1001 Dreams" weekend. SO, since that needs to happen, I need to make 3 more faerie costumes that I already have designed (and fabrics attained). Aside from that, I am constantly researching and coming up with fantastic designs for bellydance costumes. I will be adding several pieces to my closet throughout the year, first of which will be a belt adorned with Kuchi components ^_^ (splurged on some I found at bellydance.com . Also, found a FANTASTIC bra there!) Lastly, I shall be adding mo