|Gold Galleon Gown|
|1940s Daisy Maternity Dress|
|Padmé Maternity Costume - AKA The Velvet Beast|
|Crocheted baby clothes|
|Regency Baby Dress and Cap|
I made various other baby clothes for little Reptar, but above are the highlights.
|Mitts, Muffs, and Hoods Workshop - February 11|
|Francaise Dinner - March 18|
|American Revolution Museum Opening - April 1|
|Star Wars Celebration - April 13-16|
|Williamsburg Garden Party - May 5|
|Reptar was born! - June 9|
|RSV Autumn Picnic - September 9|
|Burnley & Trowbridge Pleated Back Gown Workshop - October 6-8|
|RSV Trafalgar Victory Ball - October 21|
|Williamsburg Holiday Promenade - December 30|
2018 Planned Projects1-7: All of my 2017 planned projects - none of which are started yet! :/
8: Finish my Pleated Back Gown from the B&T Workshop - which I still need to blog about!
|This is pretty much still where I'm at.|
9: Re-make the bodice of what I have just re-named the Big Bad Plaid Dress.
I wasn't super happy with the fit of the bodice through the shoulders and sleeves, and the way the darts highlight light stripes on one side and dark stripes on the other really bothers me. I want to re-make the bodice completely, to fix these issues. Should be fun!
10 & 11: Finish Brian the Engineer's waistcoats
These have been in the works since... September of 2016! I had meant to finish at least one of them in time for the RSV Picnic at Monroe's Highland (which I just realized I've never blogged about!) but I ran out of time and they have languished ever since.
12: Hufflepuff Bustle Gown
This one I'm really excited about! I got the idea from Fabric & Fiction, who is making a Ravenclaw 1870s Gown that promises to be spectacular. And since I am a Hufflepuff, when I saw the above fantastic yellow-and-black checked silks on sale for crazy cheap ($6 a yard!) at Fabric Mart I couldn't resist! This is going to be my big project this year, so stay tuned for updates.