Miss Brilliantine's Conceptually Not Very Original, Loving Hands at Home Year in Review!
|Ladies tea bustle day dress, made from men's wear foulard silk found on a roll in a dusty shop.|
|With Chantal F. of hat fame|
|Picnic dress made from an embroidered sari. Re-blocked straw hat found a flea market.|
|I called it macaroni, cross barred silk 1780's jacket.|
|30's frankendress, with 3 different patterns pitching in.|
|Outdoorsy 1940's jeans and blouse|
|Frankenskirt, from a 30's dress pattern.|
|1880's ball gown for the SDI ball in Nov. Silk satin and velvet.|
|Quick day vest added to an old ball gown skirt for the Great Dickens Christmas fair.|
|Vest made from left over silk and plaid pants, because nothing says fun like plaid.|
More than I thought considering tumultuous times, all in all not bad. On to the new year, as my friend said last night "12:05, so far this year has been all hugs".
Ever Your Thimble Servant,