Handmade Halloween from the Closet Shop

By |2018-10-23T17:59:16+00:00October 22nd, 2018|1920s Style Fashion, 1970s Style Fashion, Costumes|

Some people may find it hard to make time to create their own Halloween costume. I recommend that you consider “shopping your closet” and simply making outerwear that can be worn as everyday wear.

Some clothing that you may already own can be used for costumes – like a flapper, Mary Poppins, a […]

A New Set of Problems, Leather pt2

By |2018-10-15T06:20:39+00:00October 15th, 2018|1990s fashion, Uncategorized|

Learning something new can be so stressful. I suggest doing your research first or finding a mentor to help you. When you just have ambition this doesn’t always happen and sometimes lessons are best learned from mistakes. I am willing to share mine here today with you.

This year, for my August birthday, I wanted to […]

Tips for Your First Dress Replica Draft

By |2017-03-27T12:30:00+00:00March 27th, 2017|Uncategorized|

Hello friends,

I have been making replicas for a just few years now. I have found a few great tips that have helped me. It’s another busy week so let’s jump in, when making your first replica you should consider starting with something that is easy to put together. This means barely any pieces, no closures and […]

Secret Dress for Horror Novelist JJ Philips Revealed

By |2017-03-20T11:55:53+00:00March 20th, 2017|1950s Style Fashion, Fashion Dress Replicas, makes of 2017|

When JJ Philips, a successful horror novelist and also named horror novelist of the year from SQ Horror Magazine, came to me and asked me to make her a secret dress I was very excited! I had seen her book, Perinatal Bloodshed at shops around town and I listened to her on Gem […]

Courtyard in Rome: A One-Piece, Use Everything Dress by Tracy McElfresh

By |2017-03-13T12:27:32+00:00March 13th, 2017|1920s Style Fashion, makes of 2017, Tracy Designs Dresses|

My friend and artist Erica gave me 3 yards of 1970s polyester to play with. The perfect fabric to work with on my easy 1 piece, no-waste, design concept.

Now, before you go shrugging your shoulders at cheap poly you should know that it is fun to play with, it costs next to nothing and I […]