Wednesday, October 8, 2008

My New Dress!



I just finished this new ball gown! I post some more pictures later and give some information about the dress!

17 comments:

whateverebay said...

OMG.... you create the most beatiful gowns. Amazing. I am a fan! :)

KentuckyGal said...

Wow...your work is incredible! I love the style(s) and color!

The Ebon Swan said...

I saw this on Etsy not too long ago, it's just lovely. You are a wonderful seamstress!

Alison said...

Just gorgeous as usual, love the colour!

sarahanne said...

Thanks everyone! Now you're making me blush:)

Gypsiedream said...

Beautiful, I just love the Victorian era. I am so glad I came across your blog.

Descartes said...

Wow, that is amazing.

Margie and Edna said...

Gosh, that's just gorgeous. You're very talented! (And the little artist's trading card you put up in another post is just so cute and clever.)

Holly Tucker said...

This is unbelievably beautiful! How long did it take you?!

Holly
http://www.wondersandmarvels.com

Baby Girl Names said...

beautiful . the color it's so nice

Joanne Kennedy said...

I just found your blog and I love it. I put you down as a favorite of mine. I just started to collect items for a civil war costume. I'm sure I shall be buying from you soon.

Hugs,
Joanne

Pam Walter said...

This is awesome! The handwork is incredible and it is so good to know that there is someone still making these beautiful works of art! www.satisfiedsole.com

Descartes said...

I am always amazed when I drop by your blog-you do such way cool things.

So I have awarded you the Butterfly Award. It's over at London Thoughts if you'd like to pick it up.

Jill said...

Beautiful work. You are truly talented. I'm so glad you shared it with us!

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Romancing Italy said...

Good luck with your move, especially at this holiday period.

I love this gown that you made. I've always wished I'd been born in the Victorian era, just so I could wear pretty gowns and change them throughout the day for every different activity.

Chances are though, I'd have been a scullery maid or something.

Cindy said...

That's beautiful! I just found your blog through a link off of another blog, and I'm enjoying looking through your posts. Everything you make is just lovely. I love old fashioned dresses and wish I could dress that way without people laughing at me. :)

Romancing Italy said...

I stop by every so often to see your creations and enjoy your passion for these old fashioned times and their dress. As a thank you for your inspiration, I made a mention of your blog in my post today linking this post as well as your Etsy site. I hope you move is going well. Miss your updates.