Tag Archives: Crafting

DIY Princess Dress: Crafting Anna’s Coronation Gown

I absolutely adore Anna’s dress and had an amazing time recreating it! Don’t forget to check out my Instagram and TikTok for behind-the-scenes stories and videos!

Interested in sewing? Buy my sewing machine! It’s perfect for beginners and will help you bring your own dress creations to life. Plus, check out my dress form, it’s a great tool for getting those perfect measurements.

Here are some of my favorite sewing products and the ones I used to recreate Anna’s dress:

– My sewing machine: [link]
– My serger: [link]
– Beginner dress form: [link]
– Electric scissors: [link]
– Hoopskirt: [link]

And if you’re into photography, I use this camera for capturing all my sewing projects: [link]

I also have some other favorite products that I recommend, so be sure to check them out!

Please note that some of the links may be affiliated.

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For any business inquiries, please email me at [email protected]. Please note that I do not take custom orders at this time.

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Recommended costumes : frozen costume

Fantasy at its Finest: A Case Study on Crafting Historically Accurate Costumes for Game of Thrones

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Editing by @DannyBanner

1. Van Cleve, Joos. Henry VIII. c. 1530-5. Oil on panel. London. Royal Collection Trust.
2. Cycling Suit. 1896-98. Wool, Leather, Silk, Linen, Cotton. New York, NY. Metropolitan Museum of Art.
3. Marikevanroon20. Cloth of Gold. January 3, 2014. Golden cloth, woven with golden strips and crinkle cordonnet. Wikipedia.
4. Meyer, John. The Imperial Mantle. 1821. Cloth of gold, Silk, Gold. London. Royal Collection Trust.
5. Court Dress. c. 1750. Silk, Metallic thread. New York, NY. Metropolitan Museum of Art.
6. Tabart & Co. A Lady in Court Dress, 1805. October 24, 2015. Online image. Jane Austen’s World.

Want to get started with hand sewing?
My new beginner’s sewing book, “Make, Sew and Mend: Traditional Techniques to Sustainably Maintain and Refashion Your Clothes” is now available:
Check out my Skillshare original course, “Hand Sewing Basics: Working Wonders with Fabric, Needle & Thread”. To sign up for a free trial and take the class, visit

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“Magician” by Anbr
“Governor of the North” by Jo Wandrini
“Across Land and Sea” by Christoffer Moe Ditlevsen
“Mask of Byron” by Deskant
“Where it Started” by Spectacles Wallet and Watch
“The Winding Path” by Deskant
“Sins of the Fathers” by Deskant
“Mural Legends” by Adriel Fair
“The Kings Ransom by Bonnie Grace
“May You Have” by Bonnie Grace
“Where the Thistle Grows” by Bonnie Grace

0:00 What is “Historical Accuracy”?
3:24 Material Accessibility
9:01 (Here is Your One (1) S8 Roast)
9:08 Garment Construction and Design
13:32 Culture
18:21 Physical Constraints
21:32 Class
27:16 Trends
32:59 Individual Preferences/Character Psychology
34:29 Conclusion
35:37 A Word From HelloFresh (Ad)

Recommended costumes : game of thrones costume