This turban has the classic shape that was popular during the 40’s, (now for a little history) During the War most of the men were out in the battle front fighting for freedom which meant they left their jobs and work in the U.S. The country still had to eat and war materials still had … More Tie Tie Again; Classic ’40s Turban Tutorial
I hope you all enjoy this vintage inspired outfit and the phenomenal pictures taken by my cousin Heidi (if you like her style and want to see more then please check out her blog https://joyfulphotography.photo.blog/ Where you will find whole posts of awesome photos!) however, I also want to share with you all a sad … More Vintage Photos, Modern Falters
Hey friends, I am excited to be launching my first ever blog series; Tie Tie Again! This will be a bunch of fun throw-back tutorials explaining how to tie head wraps. I especially love vintage and retro head scarf styles (haha big surprise!!) so those styles will probably predominate the tutorials. These posts won’t just … More Introducing my new series; Tie Tie Again
Finally here is a story… which I know you all have been really wanting so…OK this is actually a very short story but I had a 300 word limit (so confining 😆)because I entered into a a contest to win a free book . I hope you guys enjoy it and I had a lot … More The Angel
Hey you all! I just wanted to take some time to say thank you to all who have read, liked, commented, and/or followed to my blog. Your support is hugely appreciated and I am so blessed by you involvement. I know that this has been a crazy journey and it seems like my blog theme … More Thank You and Update
I recently got inspiration to write this poem, I am using it conclude a lesson I will be giving at a Bible Study/ Youth Group I attend. I hope y’all enjoy it and that is God uses it to bless your life. … More He’s Reaching for You
I am sorry to disappoint you, but my friends I must tell you something. I have stopped my patriotic project. Since I told you all about it making it and my plans for it, I feel it my duty to tell you why I stopped. Really my motive was wrong for starting. (I want to … More Why I Stopped…
The rose stood in an ornate glass vase. Layers of passion red petals formed the womanly type curves and burst like scores of petticoats at its crown. A slender green stem dipped itself into the clear water, pushing clusters of green leaves to the lip of the vase. Sharp dark thorns only proved to heighten … More The Two Roses
Women in the 1700’s were stays over their chemise and under their dress.
Like a gentle hug, stays provide support, and a good anchor for the skirts of dresses worn over them. … More 2. Making 1700’s Stays
The bum pad is tied around your waist and it gives loft to the back and sides of your skirt.
In this post I give some help and tips for those working on this project! … More 1. Making a 1700’s Bum Pad