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Written by Christina DeAngelo
You can never have too many bicycle bloomers. Here's how to make a pair with a poofy leg, and another pair with a really poofy leg.
Written by Lisha Vidler
Continue to refresh and strengthen your core fabric manipulation skills with gathered ruffles and pleating techniques.
Written by Katy Werlin
A straightforward overview of the basic styles of women's dress that dominated the first half of the 18th century.
Written by Marion McNealy
What are the key design hallmarks of an authentic 1920s hat, making it unique and special and setting it apart from later imitations?
Written by Lynn McMasters
Sometimes you have a purse frame with tons of possibilities, but no pattern. Here, Lynn shows us how to make our own.
How to draft made-to-measure 1890s bicycle bloomers - "translated" from a confusing but authentic historical source!
Katy walks us through the undergarments and accessories that helped create the fashionable 18th century look.
Our ancestors did not hold back with embellishment! Let's strengthen our own core fabric manipulation skills to match theirs.
The world is full of gorgeous metal frame purses with disintegrating fabrics. Here's how to restore them to beauty. (Includes pattern)
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