Caution: There are a LOT of pictures!
Pregnancy stays! How cool is that?
Fly fringe being made and various styles of fly fringe:
Children's uniforms from London's Foundling Hospital, recreated as part of the Threads of Feeling symposium:
I loved this little girls' dress with leading strings:
|Just look at that embroidery. Even the buttons are embroidered!|
We do way more than just the 18th Century!
|I'm glad I wasn't making these buttons!|
I took a lot of pictures of hats...
|Portrait of Martha Washington next to Colonial Williamsburg's interpretation|
|Stacy, I took this one for you. ;)|
I was fascinated by the shoe-making display, and could have spent all day studying the shoes!
|Demonstrating needle lace|
|Just a tiny portion of our fabric collection|
|I believe this gown is for our Lady Dunmore. The mannequin started the day completely dressed, but became a useful prop for explaining the layers of a woman's court gown.|
|Pinking irons! I want one of my own...|
|A lovely taffeta Brunswick showing off the style of trim produced by pinking irons|