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Romantic History Historical Clothing: Patterns & Tutorials

Romantic History Historical Clothing: Patterns & Tutorials

Romantic History: 1920's Easter Dresses - made from Sensibility girl regency pattern as a base-

Romantic History: Easter Dresses - made from Sensibility girl regency pattern as a base- not recency but how cute.

Romantic History Historical Clothing: Patterns & Tutorials

Mid cent Infant Chemise Free pattern (one size) Made available by Mrs. G and Sarah at Romantic HistoryClothing

Baby tan wool saque with ribbon trim and covered buttons. Saque coats can be a more practical way of keeping small babies warm at events - they can't kick them off like a blanket!

Baby tan wool saque with ribbon trim and covered buttons. Saque coats can be a more practical way of keeping small babies warm at events - they can't kick them off like a blanket!

From the Archives: What a Woman Blacksmith Wore, c. 1775

From the Archives: What a Woman Blacksmith Wore, c. 1775 (Two Nerdy History Girls)

Romantic History: Baby Hobbit Dress

We have a baby hobbit! Hobbits are adorable and baby hobbits are even more ador.

Romantic History: Vermillion County Civil War Days, 2009

Arrived back home at last, we weathered the rain, damp and chill and enjoyed the few sunny respites the weekend offered. And despite my havi.

Sew a chef's hat. Tutorial. I think this would be really fun for boys. They could use for #open-ended play or while cooking.

Sew a chef's hat tutorial--Cool! My kids are big fans of "Ratatouille".I think they would get a kick out of having their own chef's hats.

No pattern required to create the cozy cocoon - a DIY blanket coat! Simply hit the thrift shop & follow my step by step tutorial!

the cozy cocoon - a DIY blanket coat

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