Tag: sewing

“My Faer Lord”: Historybounding Aesthetic

This is part three of a series on historybounding aesthetics. To read the series introduction for context, click here. This series was inspired by the Style Avatars series by Blue Collar Red Lipstick (article). Well met, everyone, and welcome back to the blog! For some… Continue Reading ““My Faer Lord”: Historybounding Aesthetic”

“Geralt of Rivendell”: Historybounding Aesthetic

If you prefer the company of animals to people, and are always disappointed when hoods don’t conceal your face in shadow, you may appreciate this rangercore/elfpunk aesthetic.

“Gibson Grimm”: Historybounding Aesthetic

In this article, I describe a historybounding aesthetic that features Edwardian/late Victorian designs with steampunk and fairytale elements.

Historybounding Aesthetics: Intro

Well met, everyone, and welcome back to the blog! Last year, I posted a picture on my Instagram of a sewing pattern by Truly Victorian. Surprisingly, that photo got almost twice as many likes as I usually got during that time, so it showed… Continue Reading “Historybounding Aesthetics: Intro”

The magic of making things

I once saw an image on Pinterest that had a message along the lines of, “what you create with your hands holds magic,” and I believe this world needs a bit more magic in the everyday! 

Too Ambitious For My Own Good?

The only problem is that I’ve said the same exact thing about other skills and hobbies like painting, knitting, spinning fibers, bobbin lace making, cooking, resin crafts, baking, and learning how to play at least three musical instruments, and there’s only so much time I can devote to developing all these different skills.