Would you like to see my portfolio? If so, then you have some to the right spot as here you can see almost all of what I have accomplished sewing wise. . .
Thus Far, I have completed I don’t know how many Lutterloh makes from dresses, blouses, collars, and even jackets. Aside from my Lutterloh makes, I have attempted some French patterns from the Éclair Coupe Paris, some from an American sewing book “Make and Mend for Victory”, some American printed patterns, and some from a German Pattern Magazine. I have also draped and drafted many of my own patterns to re create some of the looks worn by my Great Grand Mother. Overall, I have been quite busy exploring patterns and fashion from America, France, Germany, and many other places that have yet to be recorded here. As of right now, my pieces range from the mid 30s to the late 40s and from the most humble wool house dress to the most extravagant silk evening gown.
On this page here, I have most of my completed projects thus far and this page will be frequently updated as I whip up more frocks, separates, and underpinnings. I have added these in no particular order as of right now but that may change as the months go by. You will see that I have documentation for almost all of my looks as I have included alongside most garments or outfits my visual documentation. That documentation is normally the very image, as is, found in either my Der Goldene Schnitt book or other primary source. Aside from my visual documentation, I try very hard to use only period fabrics and notions as well such as metal zippers or poppers, period buttons, and the like. I even have dead stock rayon hem tape for my skirt hems. Under each image, I have tried to include a link so that you can see the original post for each project. . . please remember that this page is frequently under construction so your patience is always appreciated – Thanks and Enjoy!
Thrifted and Refashioned Hat
Cranberry & Gold Shirtwaist
A Collection of Floral Corsages (from vintage flowers!)
White Linen 2 Piece Shirtwaist Dress
Another Take on the Winter Lutterloh Sew Along Dress
(see Royal Blue Dress just below for the original take)
A Double Collared Blouse
Wool Diamond Dress
Gathered Body Dress in Wool
Black Lace Trimmed Jabot
White, lace trimmed dickey
Vest, Skirt, and Blouse. A Trio of Lutterloh Makes
An Assortment of Shirtwaist Dresses
An Assortment of Lutterloh Makes