About me…Hello! I'm Anushka, a costume and hat designer based in London, UK. I love knitting, vintage, film and food. This blog chronicles my adventures in making and my creative lifestyle.
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- Spotlight on Sojung Kim wp.me/pe8KT-yT 3 days ago
- Keep your fingers crossed for me, I'm hoping for something very good to happen! #positivethinking 4 days ago
- A pinafore in black and grey wp.me/pe8KT-yP 5 days ago
- My mother has joined Twitter! Shame you can't transfuse cake fumes through internet. @taniatay88 5 days ago
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Category Archives: Dress-making
I started this dress back in December, what seems like months and months ago, upon the prospect of spending most of the winter months up in the North. I am not a huge fan of the North: I feel cold … Continue reading
I had no idea what to title this post, but I adore this dress! I started it back in July and in my usual timely fashion just finished it recently. It’s made from a 1940s sewing pattern using a lovely … Continue reading
This week, aside from attempting to pack and starting a job and working on private commissions, I am trying to finish a dress to wear on holiday! It’s again using a vintage pattern I already owned as well as more linen … Continue reading
I’ve been working quite a lot lately and so any ‘spare’ days off have been carefully planned.; in the case of last week, it was for sewing. As you can imagine I have amassed quite a lot of commercial sewing … Continue reading
I started making this dress a long time ago, and only finished it about two months ago, but it has taken till now to find good enough weather to have it photographed outdoors! Summer has finally arrived and it is … Continue reading
Silly me left my camera at home in London, where I was for a flying (too short, sobsob!) visit at the beginning of the week. I have therefore resorted to taking photos with the pinhole-sized camera lens inserted onto the … Continue reading
Here is a set of 18th Century undergarments that I made, to theatrical practices. It consists of a pair of stays (what preceded the more-familiar Victorian corset) and pocket hoops. Above the undergarments sits this 18th Century costume. It consists … Continue reading
For my final project at uni I am exploring the cut and construction of womenswear of the 1930s. I will be making a women’s suit and a bias-cut, draped evening dress. This is really exciting, in many ways: developing my … Continue reading