Historical Portfolio

Work in progress: 1770’s Robe a la Polonaise

Currently working on the trimmings/hat/apron and underpinnings of a 1770s – 1780s Robe a la Polonaise in silk.View full post »

1920’s Flamingo Flapper

Made from a discontinued 1920’a costume pattern (ButterickĀ b4093) and peach satin, pearl trim and lace all fromView full post »

1860’s Green Silk Walking Dress

Over 16 yards of green duponi silk went into this dress made from Simplicity 4510. I also had a hard time finding enoughView full post »

League of their Own Uniform

I love the movie “A League of Their Own”. It was one of my favorite movies from childhood. Tom Hanks, GenaView full post »

Gone with the Wind Scarlett’s Curtain Dress

I had to recreate one of the most iconic dresses in film history! I used the discontinued pattern Butterick 4051 as aView full post »

Gone with the Wind Scarlett’s Portrait Gown

This dress is from a portrait of Scarlett in the scene where Rhett throws a wine glass at the picture in anger. TheView full post »

1800-1820 Regency Ball Gown

I was fortunate to have the honor of dancing with the Atlanta Baroque Dancec company for a Regency ball in 2013. I had aView full post »

1860’s mourning dress

This dress was made for the “Ghostly Dinner” at the Athenaeum in Columbia, TN. It is a yearly fundraiserView full post »

1950’s yellow prom dress

This dress was created for my 1950’s Murder Mystery Engagement Party. It is based on Frenchy’s beautifulView full post »

Pink 1860’s Organza Ball Gown

The skirt from this gown was borrowed from my Kaylee dress (from the short lived TV series “Firefly” andView full post »

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