Cartridge pleating is one of the best ways to fit a ton of fabric into a small space. Here's two tried and tested methods to accomplish it.
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In 1890s fashion, giant sleeves are essential. Here's how to get that classic leg o'mutton structure and perfect voluminous shape.
It can be difficult to find examples of daytime hairstyles in paintings and fashion plates, but Lynn can show us how to make some.
What fastenings, fabrics, techniques and accessories can you use? Polly has a timeline of new fashion inventions.
Jacques Doucet was one of the great designers of the late 19th and early 20th century. Joy introduces us to the man and his work.
The Romantic Era had some of the most intricate and eye-catching hairstyles you'll ever want to copy. Lynn explains a few styles.
Sewing instructions continually warn us to avoid bulk. But what is "bulk"? Emmalia explains good bulk and bad bulk...
The Romantic Era, 1815-1840, has some of the most iconic hairstyles of any period. Lynn shows us how to create the look for ourselves.
Steampunk style blends historic know-how with imagination, engineering and a dose of good humour. Here's how to get started...
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