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Written by Lisha Vidler
Ever pictured the perfect fabric in your mind, only to despair when there was nothing similar in the stores? Lisha gets you started on designing your own custom fabric.
Written by Michelle Bossert
Michelle's clever painted embellishment techniques allow you to reproduce the beauty of historic embroidered fabrics and help those dream dressmaking projects become a reality.
Written by Mette Wikkelsø
When making a historical dress, it can often be difficult to find interesting trim in a suitable color. Mette shows us how to make our own fringe.
Written by Lynn McMasters
This is the one you've been waiting for — let's bling out those costumes with some beautiful beaded tassels!
Written by Constance MacKenzie
A visit to London is the perfect time to enhance one's stash. Constance takes us on a tour of the city's best places for fabric shopping!
Lynn McMasters shows us how to make compound tassels.
Written by Sunshine Buchler
Transferring embroidery designs onto dark fabric can be difficult, but Sunny walks us through a time-tested method used by embroiderers for centuries.
Written by Jema Hewitt
Ageing, dyeing, and distressing aren't downers when we're talking about fabric. Here's how to make new clothes look old.
Written by Gina Barrett
Frog fasteners give a military edge to any Steampunk style. Here's an easy way to achieve the look without getting all tangled up.
Written by Hallie Larkin
The key to an accurate 18th century gown is the right fabric. Hallie explains what to look for and what to avoid when you're shopping.
Written by Cathy Hay
Cathy introduces this exciting and underused technique, and demonstrates how to make a peacock feather from the famous dress.
Gina Barrett shares with us the easy method for making yards and yards of tassel and pom-pom trim for your Victorian gowns.
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