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20th Century

A very, very pink dress from 1911, patterned after a dress from the KCI museum collection.
2008

19th Century

A velvet smoking cap c. 1858, decorated with soutache braid.
2009
A winter hood taken from a c. 1862 pattern in Peterson's Magazine.
2009
An 1860s day dress of plaid silk, worn at Remembrance Day 2009 in Gettysburg.
2009
A blue & white 1860s ballgown based off a period fashion plate.
2009
A day dress in the style of the early 1860s.
2009
A Civil War ballgown...with a little help from friends!
2009
A set of 1860s undergarments.
2009
My first satisfactory attempt at Victorian corsetry, made for my sister.
2006
A dress of indienne block printed cotton, c. 1810-12.
A pelisse for wearing at winter 1812 reenactments.
2010
A 1790s apron-front dress, worn at the 2009 Regency Exhibition Ball.
2009
A crossover-front regency dress, made over a period of about seven or eight days for another English Country Dance event in Ann Arbor.
2008
A drop-front Regency dress for my sister to wear to the 2008 Regency Exhibition Ball in Lansing, MI.
2008
A 1790s roundgown of cotton lawn with a striped silk tissue pelisse.
2005-2008

18th Century

Gentleman's small clothes (breeches & waistcoat) of linen and linen/cotton.
An open robe and petticoat of tropical-weight wool, c. 1770-1780.
Coordinated banyans c. 1760-1800 for two dear friends.
2009
An 18th century polonaise of printed silk.
2009
A pair of fully-boned 18th century working stays.
2009
Holly's reenacting outfit, French and Indian War era.
2008
A pair of 18th century stays for Holly.
2008
A jacket for Kate, circa 1750-1770.
2008
Green linen hand-sewn 18th century stays for Kate.
2008
The Swallowtail Jacket: An 18th century jacket from Linda Baumgarten's Costume Close-Up.
2008
A needlebook for Mike, appropriate for 18th century interpretation.
2008
A blue wool 1770s coat for my friend and mentor, Andrew.
2008
Late 18th century chemise dress for Gwendolyn.
2008
Honors Senior Project 2007, four costumes for historic interpretation circa 1770.
A 1770's caraco jacket.
2006
Green linen round gown, reminiscent of the round gown from Sharon Burnston's Fitting & Proper.
2006
Embroidered silk 18th century stays.
2006
My first 1770s outfit, a flowered polonaise and two interchangeable petticoats.
2005-2006

Renaissance Faire & Fantasy

My second version of the so-common Venetian Renaissance style, for a trip to the Bristol Renaissance Faire.
2008
Orange silk(-like) underbust for recreational wear at the Renaissance Faire.
Holly's Fairy corset.
2005

Image hosted by Photobucket.com Gown circa 1560's Venice.
2005

Formal inspired by Eowyn's White Wool Gown.
2004
Arwen's Requiem Dress. Arwen's Requiem Dress.
2004