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I'm a big fan of getting fabric for costume pieces from places other than the fabric store.
What can a crafty girl do with leftover strawberries (goodbye, sweetness!), plum skins, and onion peels? Make organic fabric dye, of course!
I have been obsessed with pickup skirts lately. From the Mountain Laurel Dress to the skirt with the His & Hers Henleys to the Fairytale Seersucker Dress , to pins from my Clothing Inspiration board on Pinterest,
You all know Anna, right? If you do, you know her as soon as we say Anna. If you don't know her, there are lots of reasons you should. I'll give you five. Firstly, she's a doll.
I made this thing.
Brother XL 2600i Freearm Sewing Machine
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If you grew up watching Disney movies, then you can probably picture the evening gown that Cinderella wore to Prince Charming’s ball or what Jasmine was wearing when she took that magic carpet ride with Aladdin.
The Steampunk clothing external links pages. Go to page one for: I nfo, Militaria and Faux Militaria Clothing, Period and Vintage Clothing, Alt clothing, Utility and Equestrian Go to page two for: Costume, Events, Movie Costumes, Diving and Presure Suits, Medical, National Costume/ Dress Style, Additional reference, Etsy Stores
I like to think of this site as a online museum with a gift shop where you can actually buy reproductions of the historical items that you see.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art's earliest roots date back to 1866 in Paris, France, when a group of Americans agreed to create a "national institution and gallery of art" to bring art and art education to the American people. On April 13, 1870, The Metropolitan Museum of Art was incorporated in New York City. On November 20 of that same year, the Museum acquired its first object, a Roman sarcophagus. On March 30, 1880, the Museum opened to the public at its current site in Central Park at Fifth Avenue and 82nd Street. The Museum's collections continued to grow throughout the rest of the nineteenth century. The Museum's Beaux-Arts Fifth Avenue facade and Great Hall, designed by the architect and founding Museum Trustee Richard Morris Hunt, opened to the public in December 1902.
Knee-length skirt with 4" (10 cm) knit waistband (shown folded over) and gathered cotton voile skirt body. The circumference of the finished skirt body (ungathered) is twice the hip circumference, and the length of the finished skirt body is 18" (46 cm). Knit fabric with at least 40% stretch for waistband Lightweight woven fabric, like cotton lawn or voile, for skirt body Optional lightweight woven fabric for lining Waistband: Cut 1 rectangle from your knit fabric as shown in Diagram 1.
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