Taking inspiration from her passion for Japanese culture, Lyssa shows us how to use kimono fabric to create a stunning corset.
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Lyssa explores the story behind kimono and obi, and the opportunities and pitfalls of buying and using their fabric.
Using beads and crystals can give your costume a sparkle that no-one else has. Get started with this modern take on a Georgian stomacher.
The relationship between dance and costume is one of the most intimate to be found in the performing arts. Benjamin explains...
Ruth continues her collection of terrific tips for super neat sewing to help you achieve that professional finish. Part 2 of 2.
You have asked for tips on sewing more neatly, so Ruth introduces us to a selection of back-to-basics tricks for a neat finish.
People come in different shapes, sizes, abilities... and other traits, such as how we experience the world. Here's how to enjoy sewing anyway.
Christina DeAngelo continues her bicycling tour de force with step by step drafting and making up instructions for a pair of perfect fitting gaiters.
In the final instalment of our ultimate bodice fitting series, we complete the look by fitting a period sleeve to our 1863 bodice.
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