Here's the same photo as I posted 2 days ago, this time with a full view on our costumes.
My silk, beetlewing embroidered skirt is made after a pattern of Truly Victorian. The bustle underneath I made after a pattern by Laughing Moon. The petticoat is made after the same pattern as the skirt, but a bit shorter and less wide, and with additional ruffles on the backside. The pattern of the bodice I drafted myself.
The dress is now actually a ball gown, with bare arms and chest. For walks outside those parts should be covered in Victorian times.
Here's a little #twirltuesday action from the photos we took this weekend. I shortened the petticoat after we took pictures on Sunday and she is all ready to go to the ball. Thank you everyone for your kind words and encouragement 😊!
Çok sevgili dikişsever dostlar🙋🏼💜 biz ilk dikişsever grubumuzla maşallah iyi kaynaştık ve bize katılmak isteyen varsa bu Cumartesi kahvaltıya onlar da gelsin tanışalım diyoruz☺️ müsait olanları bekliyoruz💜 . . . Elbise geçtiğimiz bahardan, daha detaylı bilgi için Google hanıma Nebihan Akça pudra ferace diye sorabilirsiniz🎈 #nebihanindikisnotlari . . . .
Alright guys, I'm thinking about add a couple options to the coin bags. I had a customer have a request for a tab to add a key ring so I'm thinking about an option to add a key ring or a clasp. ☺️
Emery is thrilled with her new peacocks headband & shirt set! I love this fabric so much, it's really pretty. Peacocks are available from @fabric_stache and are currently in stock and ready to ship :) Pattern is the @duckbuttdesigns PhT 2.0, releasing soon 💚