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Another Day, Another Dress

This morning, I finished the dress that I had been thinking about for a long time: I spied the cotton floral print at Fabricville weeks ago, and decided that it was love. I didn’t have a dress pattern in mind … Continue reading

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Jejune Dress – Fail

Sorry to say that my latest experiment, the first attempt at a new dress, is more or less a failure. To be fair, this was only the ‘muslin’ (not literally muslin, but cheap cotton no less). Even so, I had … Continue reading

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Friday Morning – Taking It Slow

Last night I was dressing the current production of The Alchemist that I’ve been helping costume for the past few months. It’s always a fun (but long) night. Dressing rooms to prepare and clean, actors to help, quick changes to … Continue reading

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How Many Summer Dresses are Too Many?

Apparently I don’t have enough on my plate right now, between my thesis, final papers, plays to star in and costume, and an academic journal to release next week. Nope, apparently I’ve also got time to start (and finish!) summer … Continue reading

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Is Imitation the Best Form of Flattery?

You might recall this little item that I posted about last week: Well, I know I don’t have any spare change lying around to purchase it. So, inspired by the work of downstairsDesigns, I decided to sew my own paper … Continue reading

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