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Written by Lisha Vidler
We all keep various presser feet in our sewing arsenal, but do we use them all, or know how to get the best from each? Lisha shows us what they're for.
Having a dedicated sewing room is a dream for many costumemakers. In part two of her series, Lisha shows us how to arrange and organize a perfect sewing space.
Written by Emma Harrington
As fun as creating costumes can be, it’s so satisfying to show off your finery to like-minded people. Emmalia shows us how to handle a convention without going crazy.
Written by Raquelle Sheen
Planning an historical ball requires a lot of time and attention to detail. Heather and Raquelle have some hints to keep in mind when designing our own event.
In the midst of a costume project, we all sometimes find our sewing area can get quickly out of hand. Lisha shows us how to organize our sewing furniture and supplies.
Attending a historically themed ball is a blast, but planning one can be quite a bit of work. Heather and Raquelle share their experiences to help make your event a success.
Written by Trystan Bass
So you want a costumers' fantasy vacation? A holiday from modernity? It's easier than you might think. Trystan tells us how to plan an event to remember.
Written by Lynn McMasters
A good hatbox is essential for keeping vintage or handmade hats safe and in good condition. Lynn shows us how to build one big enough for even the Romantic era.
Written by Cathy Hay
The House of Worth was intoxicating, compelling, essential to any woman who intended to make the ultimate impression. But what was it about Worth that made him so special?
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