The RMS Titanic had my heart long before James Cameron’s Titanic hit theatres late in 1997. I can remember studying buoyancy in the second grade science class. We were all given lumps of plasticine and instructed to create something that … Continue reading →
Sarah Hambly is a self-taught fashion designer who has been sewing for just 4 years. She learned the craft from her mother and what she could find on YouTube and Pinterest, and kept getting better by trial and error. But even though Sarah's experience in the field is relatively short, she isn't short on skills.
Over the years, I have received several requests for how to easily make a ladies' Victorian costume. Usually, the need is for a school play or one-time event such as Halloween, so the budget is very small. The least expensive ready made Victorian dress costumes cost at least $100 or more when you start adding
Art by Ariana Orner Hi guys! In this tutorial I'm going to be guiding you through how I made my chemise for Jester. It's a very standard chemise pattern with some small modifications to make those beautiful sleeves. Just as a note: I'm not going to be using the lower half as the final skirt but will be layering a couple of petticoats over the top to create a smoother circle skirt effect. As such, length measurements can be a little more casual; just make sure it doesn't poke out the bottom…