Masks are great fun for carnivals, cosplay or balls. Caroline shows how to make a new accessory that's a real conversation starter.
Steampunk style blends historic know-how with imagination, engineering and a dose of good humour. Here's how to get started...
The world of Steampunk is mysterious and enchanting. Lisha tells us how to add Steampunk elements without spending a lot of money.
Halloween is nigh, but no time to sew a new costume? Chances are you've already got something great in your closet - here is some inspiration to get you started!
Mini hats are a great, fun accompaniment to an ensemble and an adorable way to use up extra fabric. Lisa shows us how to block and decorate a mini tricorn.
A lot of work goes into the design of a fashion collection. Izabela takes us through the process for her Steampunk Travellers collection.
Travel and adventure in far-flung lands go hand-in-hand with the advancement of the British Empire and the discoveries of new technology and science.
Want to copy a costume from a movie or stage show? Lisha guides us through the process, with valuable tips on doll size costuming.
Costuming is fun, but winning is pretty fun, too. Elizabeth gives some tips on how to make a good impression in a live costume contest.
"Emilly Ladybird" (aka Jema) explores how to create and costume interesting characters by investigating Steampunk archetypes.
Athena explores how to integrate aspects of other cultures into your costumes to help make your Steampunk unique.
Jema Hewitt shows by example how to design fantastical Steampunk outfits without resorting to the same old clichés.
Ageing, dyeing, and distressing aren't downers when we're talking about fabric. Here's how to make new clothes look old.
The pirate look has been dominated by the media since before Hollywood. Katherine sees what sailors and buccaneers really wore in the Golden Age of Piracy.
More historically accurate than Disney, yet quick, easy and inexpensive, with separate pieces that can begin a mix-and-match costume collection.
Ever seen pictures of cosplayers and wondered what it's all about? Noelle introduces us to her Iron Ma'am bustle dress cosplay.
Now that you have a successful miniature toile, it's time to scale up and mock up the full size waterfall skirt.
Lisha completes her investigation into this attractive style by showing us how to create a crisp and polished finished waterfall.