• 1800's,  Dark arts,  Garments,  Gothic,  History,  Macabre,  Uncategorized

    Look! There’s another one!

    Hello, it was finally some time for another vid! Still feels stupid and I hate my own voice, but editing is very fun and srsly, one needs to shout quite loudly to get views on the webs nowadays. So why not then just upload it here in my little corner of the interwebs. Maybe some like-minded person likes it, who knows. Since I’m busy with daily work and evening school, this video and blog stuff drops just every now and then, whenever I feel like it! So don’t worry, not gonna spam with random stuff too often. The vid is about making the blouse for the Victorian/Edwardian era dress project…

  • Accessories,  Craft,  Generally talking,  Sewing,  Uncategorized

    Let’s be Derp together

    The valentines gift season is coming, and usually, it’s so hard to decide what to give. It should be both practical, and funny. You know. Hard combo to find. If the future gift receiver is anyhow into sewing, one can give a very lovely teacup pincushion. It’s very instagrammable, and pinterest is full of ideas of how to do one. Old teacups cost around just under 1e in local fleamarket. The more horrible rose ornament teacup one found, the cheaper it is usually. So, back in the funny business. Very overly romantic teacup can be funny as it is, if one gives it to the person whose personal style and…

  • 40's style clothing,  50's style clothing,  Garments

    What to wear in the eternity box?

    Aren’t we all ending into earth-bath afterall? When there are so many fashion blogs and articles about, like, what to wear in xx happening, and what is the right dress code to work parties, etc, I think we have forgotten one essential thing. It is: What to wear in eternity box? I mean, in the casket? Since open funerals aren’t a thing anymore, it probably won’t matter. We don’t even go as whole bodies to six feet under anymore. No grave, no earthbath..It kinda gives me the morbs sometimes, even though I was too young to make decisions about that back then. But what did people used to then wear…