20th Century Fashion Inspirations

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Bonjour! If you have been reading my blog for a while you might be aware of my total obsession with Edwardian fashion and silhouettes. I love it so much that many of the garments I have are very reminiscent or inspired by specific dresses I have found and added to my numerous Pinterest boards that are dedicated to the topic. I have to admit I am more drawn to the later Edwardian garments. The pigeon mono-bosom look is not one I aim to wear often. Whereas  the empire waist silhouettes that were worn later in the period are much more modern and captivating to me.

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Spinning With: Silk Noil and US Grade A Top

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Hello, today I am sharing more of my spinning fibres experiments. This time they are more experimental materials for me. I have no clue what I could or will use the silk noil for. I think I will probably weave with it, but made into what I am still unsure of. I would also have to spin a lot to be able to weave anything worthwhile with it. The other material is a blend, it is sold as US Grade A Top and I only bought one half pound bag. I like the blend but I am afraid I won’t have enough for any large projects, so perhaps socks. But enough about what I am thinking about making out of the wools and more about their qualities and what it was like to spin with them.

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Fibres Education (My Thoughts) Part.1

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Hello everyone, I have wanted to do a post for a while on something that I feel very strongly about (and I don’t think can fit into one post). And is something that I feel is a sort of political stance and does affect everyone in one way or another. I’m talking about knowing where your clothes come from. As it affects you, the economy, and the environment.

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