Tag Archives: weaving

Corsets & Lace: Haute Couture – The Victorian Age

My current novel-in-progress is entitled GILT. It’s set during the 1870s in New York City. I’m definitely a country girl (actually a backwoods girl), but the first time I visited New York (I was seventeen.), I fell in love with … Continue reading

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Dirt & Bones: Haute Couture, circa 5000 B.C.

In my novel HORSES OF THE WEST SUN (yet to be released and also known as BONE FIRE) set circa 5700 B.C., I based most of my characters’ garments on the clothing and shoes of “the man in the ice” … Continue reading

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Wild Word Friday! Years ago, my sister gave me a wonderful gift. She taught me how to weave. Weaving has been a joy in my life ever since, especially in winters, when I have the time and space to bring … Continue reading

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