Our gown is finished and
Mad for the Marquess
is now out!
My little book that could is up to #491 in the Historical Victorian category. Will you help it get to #1? Just click
But now lets get to the dress!
I cut out and added the Tulip sleeve,
I found these for $1 on the street and pulled off the lace and dyed them in tea~
Again, depending on the light, the dress appears gold and then sliver. If you zoom in (by clicking on the picture) you will see the fabric detail which is blueish. Opalescent!
Lori Clifford, who patently fluffed
and generally played lady’s maid~
Thank you all for helping me construct this frock. In the next week or so there will be a second phase to this project. When you read the book you will understand the impetus behind this next dress.
Other places to get my book:
AND, if you shoot me a copy of your purchase receipt, you will be entered to win a handmade gift!
She took the three steps to close the gap between them, this girl-woman with her soulful liquid-brown eyes and quietly elegant bearing. His head throbbed and his nerves ratcheted up until he thought his heart might burst through its cage of bone.
~ from Mad for the Marquess