18th century nightgown/round gown:
American Civil War 1863 wardrobe:
Chemise, white cotton with lace.
Drawers (white cotton with lace), stockings (white wool) and shoes.
Corset (white satin)
Modesty petticoat (white cotton, yellow bias tape).
Hoop skirt (white cotton and sprung steel).
Over petticoat (white cotton).
Garibaldi blouse (white cotton, grey satin bias tape) and skirt (blue and white checkered cotton).
Daydress (white and red-checkered cotton, red pompons, white cotton detachable sleeves and white lace collar).
Sunbonnet (white cotton, white lace, white satin ribbons).
Evening dress (red silk, white lace shawl, white lace gloves).
The evening dress was made from an 1980s ballgown, which was sewn in at the waist, had the skirts enlarged, and the elastic replaced with ribbons.
Suffragette outfit alá 1910. Green cotton, white cotton lace. The bow is actually a hair decoration.
… and red stockings. “Redstocking” is a Norwegian slang term for a feminist. Sash made of three different kinds of ribbon. The hat was bought cheap on eBay and pimped with every little hair flower I own.
Hand sewn checkered apron:
Upcycling a beloved old dress: