I’m moving webhosts, and I don’t know exactly how long it will take to get the site up and running on the new servers. So if you can see this, on either the old site or new one, there may be some broken links and images while I sort through things. Please be patient —
It started, as most projects do these days, with a Pinterest board. Or maybe it started even before that with this room layout tool, mentioned in an Offbeat Home post. Because what’s more fun than screwing around with make-believe room diagrams where you can rearrange things to your heart’s content? Anyway, it all came down
FROCK FLICKS! Yes, ladies and gentlemen, after an unexpectedly long hiatus, the one and only, original podcast snarking historical movie costumes is back! Now we have a blog, a Facebook page, Pinterest boards, and Twitter. Follow us everywhere, we enjoy that kind of stalkerazzi action. Over on Facebook, we’re particularly active in discussing what movies
Kendra of the most excellent Demode was sweet enough to give me this wee little award. So what the heck, I’ll play along! To accept the award, one must: Display the award and link back to the person who nominated you. State 7 facts about yourself. Nominate 15 bloggers for the award. Notify the winners.
People often ask me for advice on buying a sewing machine. Because, of course, someone who sews probably knows something about the machines they use, right? Well, sadly no. It’s kind of like asking for car advice — lots of people drive, not as many people know what goes on under the hood. Or computer
I haven’t updated the design of my costume website since 2006. So, um, perhaps it’s time … and while I’ve resisted this whole ‘move costume sites to blogs’ for a while, what the hell. I already double-post my dress diaries & have been doing so for years. I first blog them on LiveJournal, friends-locked, &