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My Passion

Masquerade Ball Gown by
Threads and Lace
Marie Antoinette Pannier by
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The Contessa  by
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18th Century Mens Outfit  by
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Masquerade Ball Gown by
Threads and Lace

Masquerade Ball Gown by

Threads and Lace

I love fashion and history and have combined those interests into creating historical fashions. Pretty much all of my dresses have a historical influence.  Many of them are period correct. I learned so much about sewing techniques used long before machines came along. I also gained a true appreciation for what our ancestors went through just to create one gown. 

I use vintage patterns as well as my own designs. 


Pattern or design used: Not specified

Comments (8)

lady_of_the_night lady_of_the_night writes: do you teach? i'm a civil war reenacter and i would love to learn how to sew my outfits! you are very talented
Posted: 4:54 pm on April 6th

Scheri Scheri writes: Beautiful. What fabulous fabrics.

Posted: 5:21 am on November 4th

UniqueSunrise11 UniqueSunrise11 writes: Wow your work is really beautiful and amazing. Do you ever think about selling your work? Like for maybe proms?
Posted: 7:24 pm on November 2nd

dsrtrt2 dsrtrt2 writes: Thank you! Every time I make a costume it's like being in a fairytale.
When the day comes that you decide to try one, look me up. I love talking costumes!!
Terry
Posted: 8:58 pm on January 2nd

unwrittenmelody unwrittenmelody writes: Wow! Your creations came straight out of a fairytale!! :) I LOVE period clothing! One day I hope to make one as well.
Posted: 6:22 pm on December 28th

dsrtrt2 dsrtrt2 writes: Thank you so much for sharing your comment. I greatly appreciate it!
Posted: 9:44 pm on December 12th

VintageBaby VintageBaby writes: WOW! Your work is just beautiful!
Posted: 12:00 am on November 5th

Poppaea Poppaea writes: I love your costumes!I too love fashion but I studied costume back home in the Uk as I love the historical aspect. Your work looks real good
Posted: 8:42 pm on November 4th

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