Posts tagged ‘patterns’

June 22, 2012

Nissa dress photoshoot

It always amazes me that this:

Can come from this (plus a really great photographer and a super amazing model):

(I used nearly 20 different white fabrics including eyelet and lace)

This is the new and improved design for the Nissa Dress! I’ll be detailing the new pattern in a post soon.

You can see the best pictures of this dress in my shop, but I thought I’d share some behind-the-scenes pictures here.

We took pictures at a church. To get a good background the model did some climbing 🙂

The bouquet is made of oregano blossoms from my garden. I think it adds a nice touch without taking attention away from the dress. And as you can see in the next photo, it was a fun prop too.

This particular model was such a joy to work with – she’ll be appearing again for sure!

One last aside, I entered this in the Zibbet Wedding Challenge and although I didn’t get in the top 5, it was still featured here on Pinterest!

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February 29, 2012

My first 1912 Project pattern!

I’m so excited to get started! Unfortunately, I wont have a chance to work on it until tomorrow. I’m thinking of making it up in modern fabric, so as to make a pretty summer dress, but we’ll see 🙂

February 6, 2012

If I had been born 100 years earlier…

I have posted a new outfit in my gallery – a 1912 ensemble for Arizona’s 100th birthday! (Click the picture to go see more)

January 3, 2012

The 1912 Project – a project to last me all year!

I’m going to get to help test patterns like this one!

April of this year marks the one hundred year anniversary of the tragic sinking of the titanic. February of this year marks the one hundred year anniversary of Arizona becoming a state! These two dates make 2012 a very exciting year for me, which is why I am excited to be a part of

THE 1912 PROJECT

You can expect to see at least one new post here every month as I help test patterns from 1912. I can hardly wait to receive my first one!

If you like to sew and are intrigued by the 1912 era too, you can help! Just click the links in this post for more information.

picture via The 1912 Project « Vintage Fashionista.

December 27, 2011

15% off my favorite sewing patterns!

Year-end Sale Now in Progress at Sense & Sensibility Patterns. (Sale from now through the end of the year)

There are not only patterns–there are also dollar downloads and eBooks. If you like history, fashion, or historical fashion you must take a look!

I use Sense and Sensibility Patterns to make the dress in my Zibbet shop. You can see even more things that I’ve created from these patterns here in my gallery.