I think my love of flowers, birds, butterflies, and moths began when I read Gene Stratton-Porter’s A Girl of the Limberlost.
Leaping from beige to bright by by the decade, ladies garments from 1850 to 1980 tell an evolutionary tale of fashion at Jefferson County Historical Society’s 2023 textiles exhibit, “The Art of the Dress”.
Horse hair & straw padding? No way! After a year and a half of stitching, my recovered footstool is a beauty!
I’m always in for a roadtrip to see dreamy costumes like those from Jane Austen films or Downton Abbey, or Jacqueline Kennedy’s or Princess Diana’s wedding gowns!
May 2-June 30, enjoy Jefferson County Historical Society’s lovely textiles exhibit of ladies’ fashions, “The Art of the Dress.”
“Sanford Biggers: Codeswitch” took all my preconceptions of upcycled vintage quilts and quite frankly blew them up.
It’s an understatement that I have more teapots and teacups than anyone else I know. Last fall I had the opportunity to take my show on the road and help stage a Bridal Tea.
If you hang stockings as a Christmas tradition, what’s the story behind your family’s treasures? Are they a mix of old and new? Are they handmade? Did you find them in a catalog or fall in love with them at a favorite shop?
I’ve begun to deck the halls, and one of my favorite things is the kitchen Christmas tree.
Beautiful quilts from the Ohio County Historical Society’s collection are on display in Rising Sun, Indiana through April 10, 2021. The setting is wonderful, and so are the quilts.