A selection of textile tools from museums I visited in Colorado.
The accessories to my previous post on 1880-1900s clothing from the mining towns in Colorado.
When a dress becomes a key that unlocks the door to things you thought you would never find…
The proprietor of The August Phoenix Mercantile is on the road in Colorado! To those who are looking for the ‘postcards’ from my tour of old mining towns, railroads and family stomping grounds, you will find daily missives at Daveno Travels. Next stop –… Continue Reading “A Wild West Tour…”
After I finished the skirt (as detailed in my previous post), I turned my attention to an Edwardian blouse called a shirtwaist.
The Maker makes new traveling clothes, since “Dressing the Part, is Half the Fun…”
When art intersects with social consciousness, it can take you to powerful places.