Top off your Witchy Halloween costume with this easy pointy witch hat. We used true millinery techniques to create a beautiful hat that you will treasure for many years to come! Resources Black Silk Dupioni (hat exterior) Green Silk Dupioni (bias band and bow) Black Felt (hat underlining and lining). We used wool felt from […]
Aren’t these pompoms adorable? We’ve used the nylon chiffon fabric from our Frenchy Peignoir Set to create floofy decorations that are perfect for vintage sleepwear! I was inspired by iconic designer Lucie Ann to create these fabulous embellishments. They look fantastic tied to the end of your ribbons or chiffon tubing on the Frenchy Robe. (We […]
Make some lovely faux smile pockets to pair with your Patsy Blouse!
Make a fabulous vintage-inspired velvet bow tie to pair with your Patsy Blouse!
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! I’m so thrilled to present the Charm Random Acts of Christmas–– throughout the month, we’ll be surprising you with holiday gifts and tutorials when you least expect it. (You’ll never see us coming!).
Today, I bring you a deviously simple neckline hack to transform your Morticia Gown into something befitting the glamour queen herself, Lily Munster.
Today, I’m bringing you a decorative lacing tutorial, perfect for adding a little drama to your wardrobe. We used it on our Waspie Corset pattern, but you can get creative with it. It’s perfect for pulling together a DIY Halloween look, or add lacing to everything in your closet––who are we to stop you?
Are you ready for today’s ghastly adventure? Today, we’ll be showing you how to hand paint a skirt or garment of your choice. Perfect for adding that special touch to your costumes or a bit of couture to your day, I think you’ll find today’s tutorial to die for.
This fabric belt tutorial combines techniques from both vintage and ready-to-wear examples to create a beautifully belt you will enjoy for years to come!
Our new Scout Dress (available on Patreon) has gores and a curved hem that make the skirt less than ideal for the straightness of the border print. In this tutorial, we’re going to show you how to adapt the Scout Dress for use with our Camp Gertie border print.