Completed Work

This page is undergoing construction – I apologize for any broken links, I’m doing my best to get them resolved soon.

1890’s Day Dress, the “Pumpkin” Gown

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1830’s Plaid, Pleated, Dress

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18th Century “Undress” Costume

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Sybil Inspired Edwardian Ensemble

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Pink Sateen Ball Gown, 1860’s 

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Cycling Costume, 1890’s

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Plaid Walking Ensemble,1890’s

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1790’s Round Robe

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Grecian Costume, Chiton and Crown

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Grey Plaid and Velvet Ensemble, 1860’s

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18th Century Riding Ensemble 

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Gold and Ivory Gown – Holiday Dress 2015

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Maroon Medieval Dress & Escoffin

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Civil War Era Dress

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Taffeta Kirtle & Hat

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Gold Foiled Dress, Heinrich Inspired

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Damask Print Medieval Gown

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Pleated Navy gown

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Silvery Blue Dress

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Orange Tudor Ensemble

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Brown Beaded Doublet

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Structured Chemise a la Reine

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Dewdrop Series

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Isabel de Requesens

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Blue Taffeta Hooded Dress

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1830s Floral Dress

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1830s Pleated Red Dress

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1840’s Pleated Floral Dress

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Christmas Costume, Glittery Gown

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Maroon Dress

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Striped Taffeta Dress

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Black and Grey Dress

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Pretty Pirate Project

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(Posts below were are projects, which are not very well documented or fully completed)

Red Renaissance Gown

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Red and Silver Gown

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15 thoughts on “Completed Work

  1. Irina Souvandjiev says:

    Hello there! I’ve only recently started taking an interest in a theater or film career, I’d like to work on a set, behind the scenes, maybe as a make-up artist or costume designer. I really love ballet costumes for example. I would really like to start sewing as well, like you draping first, then cur out patterns. Can you recommend any books as a guideline to start? Because I don’t have time to take a lot of courses, but I can read up and try things out in my own time.

  2. Luisa says:

    Oooh I just found your blog and I’m so excited! What you do is so beautiful and inspiring! Keep up the amazing work!

  3. Sue says:

    Hi Angela…I am A-mazed at your work!!! Do you do anything else besides sew??? How are you so prolific?? I believed I read somewhere on your blog that you are a self-taught sewer. I also am self taught although I’m considerably older than you😳. I am in process of making my second 16th century garb but I work almost full-time(on my feet all day) and so progress is slow. Plus I make all Christmas gifts and then there is always “life”!!! I have also been a professional seamstress and I must say your work is BEAUTIFUL!!! Thank you SO much for sharing on your blog; you’ve are an inspiration to me to get moving!😬 Do you do in-depth research before sewing each outfit? Again..do you do anything else? I’d love to chat online with you if you have a minute between projects.😁

  4. Barbara Winters says:

    It does not hurt that the seamstress looks like Holliday Grainger! Is that you in the pictures? The work is perfection.

  5. Bernadette says:

    You are absolutely incredible. I have been sewing since 1991 and with each project, I always tend to bite off more than what I’d expected. A 13 piece dress for my first ever projects when others were telling me to just make a tank top.
    I am also self-taught and went into sewing originals for teens in high-school was my specialty.
    One of my bucket list items is to sew a full Victorian gown.
    Again you’re incredible.
    I keep wondering the amount of funds that go into the material for each project. lol

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