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Tagged With: CoCo

Costume College 2015 Recap

In case you’re unfamiliar with Costume College, it’s an extra long weekend of costuming events, classes and tours put on by the Costumer’s Guild West at the Warner Center Marriott Woodland Hills, CA. Also known as the most wonderful place in the world for one weekend if you’re a costumer. Lots of people attend from … Continue reading »

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HSM #6 June Out of Your Comfort Zone

The Challenge: #6 Out of your comfort zone – chemise a la reine / Princess and the Pea Fabric: cotton batiste, cotton batik, voided cotton Pattern: Nora Waugh’s “Cut of Women’s Clothes”, Chemise a la Reine Year: 1790s Notions: drawstring How historically accurate is it? 90% Hours to complete: Waaaay too long First worn: CoCo 2015 Gala … Continue reading »

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HSM #5 May Challenge: Practicality

Historical Sew Monthly! The Challenge: Practicality May 2015 (So late) Fabric: Linen Cotton Blend Pattern: Elizabethan Corset Pattern Generator (Modified) Year: Mid 18th Century. Notions: grommets How historically accurate is it? Somewhat, silhouette is correct. Hours to complete: No idea, way longer than it should have. First worn: Not Yet Total cost: $15.00ish It’s practical because … Continue reading »

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Costume College Recap

Ok, here is my CoCo 2013 Recap!

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1630s dress & Pirate Coat

A quick post with a pic of my 1630s dress and Chris’ Pirate coat from the Gala.

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