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    Entries in Giesen (3)


    Some New Additions

    Winter Wraps for Tea

    Hi there!  Been working on so many projects, and not really taking the time to update.  Tomorrow is all about updating more entrys.  I need to finish the Wedding so I can enter it in the YWU contest, and I really should update my personal blog sometime this new decade.

    In this picture is everything I need to sew, including tea.  This one happens to be a cardamom spiced chai.  This is me hand-sewing the trim to the collar of Denise's Talma. 

    For your perusal pleasure are the winter wraps I made for the Victorian tea we are going to Milwaukee for.  With the Giesens and 16 other friends.  Hehe, they will be surprised.  You can read all about them in this journal Winter Wraps for Tea.




    Taffeta Stripe is done!

    Except for the sewing of the eyelets with I have till the first week of November to finish; the new outfit is complete. I added a new page to "Denise dahling, you can't wear that 'ol thing" called"And here's what's for dinner!"

    Enjoy! Back to work for me. Time to start on Miss Peasley.


    Giesen-y Garments of Goodness Part II

    Here we are again, counting down towards Dickens, and I have a PILE of dresses to make. Of course. "How is that different?", I here you ask. It isn't. *grin*

    Here first installment of new additions to Denise's Victorian Wardrobe.
    This is an early 1870's outfit with day and dinner tops.
    fashion platelive version

    I have a diary of its completion so far, and will be adding more as I get the dinner top complete.
    Here is also the Flickr set of all the pictures to date.

    Enjoy. I am going to get back to work. : )