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Show Notes (photos!) on the blog Lauren and Beth discuss how to work with vintage sewing patterns, and how Wearing History Patterns makes them more user friendly. Buy Wearing History Patterns at http://wearinghistory.clothing/ or https://www.etsy.com/shop/WearingHistory Email questions to podcast@bonvoyagesewing.com or visit our website at www.bonv…
 
Lauren (of Wearing History) has an exciting announcement - the Wearing History Podcast is becoming the Bon Voyage Sewing Podcast! Listen to meet Beth, the new co-host, and learn what's happening in the sewing rooms. To celebrate we're releasing a new episode! Email questions to podcast@bonvoyagesewing.com or visit our website at www.bonvoyagesewing…
 
In this podcast I'm happy to talk with the talented Meg Furler, the costumer at Heritage Park Historical Village in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Meg talks a bit with us about her background, her costuming work, and her personal costuming. She also lets us know more about this wonderful destination of Heritage Park Historical Village and their portraya…
 
Lauren of talks about Wearing History Clothing and small scale garment production. She shares both her successes and challenges in the journey from a dream to reality of creating an ethically produced clothing line in the USA. You can see the original Kickstarter for Wearing History Clothing here.By Lauren Maringola
 
Welcome to Episode 5! In this episode we talk with Cary Farnsworth, ice cream man extraordinaire. Cary is currently on Kickstarter raising funds to open an authentic 1920’s soda fountain and luncheonette. I’m so excited to see him bring history back to life in a real, tangible, time travel experience way. Make sure you give a listen to this amazing…
 
In this podcast I interview Ginger of Scene in the Past and The Duchess Next Door about how to create period appropriate Regency era looks. Whether you’re a seasoned professional looking for a polished finish, or a brand new to costuming and looking at attending a Jane Austen festival, Ginger gives great tips for creating the look from the inside o…
 
We are back from Costume College! Hurrah! This year one of the big standout costumes for me, personally, was a gorgeous frothy confection of satin and chiffon and beads made by the talented Gina White. I’ve been watching for months while Gina meticulously hand beaded each piece of this amazing gown inspired by Charles Worth. Gina is a long time cos…
 
In episode 2 I talk about social anxiety, how to deal with it at social events like Costume College, and a general pep talk about going out and wearing your creations in public. In this episode I mention American Duchess Katie Lovely Costume College Did you find this helpful? Please let me know by leaving me a comment here with your own tips and ad…
 
Hooray! My very first podcast! In this podcast I have answered some “get to know you” type questions supplied by my readers on Instagram and Facebook about me. If you wondered more about who I am, how I started sewing, where I went to school, and when I started my buisness, this is the podcast! I also talk about my sewing failure and success and a …
 
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