I've been lazy about blogging this spring, so I am well overdue for another Curtian-along post. If you are scratching your head in confusion about what this whole "curtain-along" thing is about, you can read all of my posts about the topic here. And now that we are all caught up, here are the latest developments in the online world of curtain costuming.
If you are going to Costume College this summer, I'd love to have your input on when we should have our Curtain-along meetup. After looking over the class schedule, several of us curtain-costumers have decided that Saturday during the day might be the best time for us to wear our dresses and have a little gathering and photo op. I'll wait until after the limited classes are assigned to set a time, but let me know if you are interested in participating and when would be the best time for you.
dress in a day" created by A Dedicated Follower of Fashion. Yes, you read that correctly - three ladies made this gorgeous gown in ONE DAY! I'm not sure which part impresses me the most - how quickly it was made or how beautiful it looks on Amanda.
There are also several other wonderful Curtain-along projects that I've seen on the Historical Sew Fortnightly Facebook page. Unfortunately I can't link to those, but you might want to take a peek at the photo albums for the UFO challenge and the Flora and Fauna challenge to see a few more beautiful gowns, jackets, and cloaks.
fabric.com has it on sale for $6.98 a yard. You can't beat that!