Category Archives: Wednesday’s Projects
Wednesday’s Project: Eggplant Knit Jersey Shrug I recently bought two similar ombré dip-dyed sundresses that blend from turquoise to navy blue to purple. I love these dresses. However, they both have spaghetti straps and I prefer not to expose that … Continue reading
Wednesday’s Project: Aqua Plisse Dress For this dress, I used the same fabric as for the Aqua Plisse Blouse. It’s a lightweight cotton plisse with a subtle pebbly texture to it, which I found at Hobby Lobby a few years … Continue reading
Wednesday’s Project: Hockey Socks My husband and I recently took up ice skating—figure skating for me and hockey for him. Part of his gear includes “hockey socks” which are actually not socks at all, but long tubes that go over … Continue reading
Wednesday’s Project: Aqua Plisse Blouse When I walked into Hobby Lobby a few years ago, I immediately fell in love with a cotton plisse they had on display. It had so many things going for it. The color, for aqua … Continue reading
Wednesday’s Project: Aqua Gauze Skirt I tend to wear skirts more than dresses, so when I found a lightweight aqua gauze at Hancock Fabrics, I knew it needed to become a summer skirt. It’s light and airy, perfect for warm … Continue reading
Wednesday’s Project The Phantom of the Opera in Miniature—”Point of No Return”—Completed! Awhile back I posted about my plans to make a series of outfits for the Gene doll: costumes from Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera. (Please … Continue reading
Wednesday’s Project 1870s Green Evening Gown I was inspired by this fashion plate from Full Color Victorian Fashions: 1870-1893 by JoAnne Olian.