Today's collection of One Afternoon Tutorials focuses on a few specialized accessories, such as Victorian watch fobs. They are short projects mainly because they make small items and don't require a lot of expensive materials to create.
Cravats. A cravat is a neckcloth used to give varying looks to suits, mostly during the Victorian periods. The tutorial on this item, by Folkwear, the pattern company, comes with a quick bit of history for the item.
Ribbons for Victorian Shoes. Try the link here.
Suffragette Sashes. It is possible to buy these from vendors on Etsy, but once of those vendors made a nice tutorial on how to make one for yourself.
Victorian Watch Fobs. This is the kind of fob that consists of a ribbon, in satin or velvet, that is about three-quarters of an inch (about 1.9 cm) and about 3 inches (381 cm) long. They require inexpensive metal fittings. Consult the blog of The Pragmatic Costumer, here.I have a few ideas for posts, but mostly I haven't had time to sit down and develop them. Hopefully, I can do that next month.
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