This dress is inspired by a Burda pattern from the 1970s. The original dress was made of lightweight cotton with floral motif. My version is of hemp linen, woolen twill and cardwoven woolen ribbon, which I have woven myself. The dress is handsewn with flax and woolen thread.Continue reading
This dress is inspired by the dress of the fallen star in Stardust. The pattern is princess seams combined with raglan sleeves. It has no closure and is very comfortable to wear. I am not sure about the fabric, but I think it could be silk (it was a piece of fabric bought in a second hand store).Continue reading
Our daughter Jelenka had her fourth birthday this january. Therefore I decided to present here the costumes I made for her so far.
The first dress was for a meeting of reenactors, her first elven gown is made of the fabric left from my black elven dress. Then I made dresses for various occasions (meetings, festivals), as birthday presents or just so :).Continue reading
This is a gown for a firend, who has a shop with healing precious stones. the fabric is stretch velvet, The dress has no closing. The waistiline is empire and the sleeves are two parts.Continue reading
The patterrn for this dress is from the year 1974. Originally it has to be one colour, but I did not have enough fabric.Continue reading
The dark green dress is two parts. The upper part without any closing and a lined semicircular skirt.
The yellow-green dress is one part, also without closing, witha a boat neckline. It is completed with a wide belt.
Both dresses are made of ellastic velvet.
I have here an entire gallery from our wedding on this homepage. But not all costumes are sewn by me. Therefore I present here only the ones, which I have made. My dress is an exception. There is a tradition that the bride must not sew her wedding dress by herself. So I have cut it out, a firend of mine sew it together and then I have decorated it.Continue reading
The belly dancer costumes are resewn from different garments. Decorated with beads and coins. The fakir costumes are also improvised.
Fireshow dresses are lined with cotton for more safety.