You've decided what kind of an antique quilt you want to reproduce and now you need to pick out some fabric.Following is some information to help you find sources of reproduction and vintage fabric along with a bit of guidance in choosing what is right for your project.Latter Nineteenth Century Synthetic dye was discovered by accident by a scientist who was attempting to create artificial quinine.
The newer lingerie of today does not compare to the soft and subtle materials of the eras gone by.--- However, homemade clothing often doesn't have serged seams, so it can look vintage even if it's not.If your item's seams aren't serged, look for a manufacturer's tag to see if it's commercially made.Including a Vanity Fair history guide, Vanity Fair labels & much more. A short little ditty about Sweet Vintage Lingerie, owned by Shelley Brice-Boyle.Selling, specializing, collecting, and not to mention wearing vintage lingerie for nearly 11 years, and selling on e Bay for approx 13 years.Self proclaimed historian and connoisseur in vintage lingerie. The picture you see is of our actual collections, and only part of it!We own and have over 400 vintage lingerie garments, and feature them here on e Bay for purchase for your collection. Featured in numerous online interviews and most recently in the book Irresistible: The Art of Lingerie 1920-1980 by Desire Smith.Sweet Vintage Lingerie store for all your vintage lingerie needs!Enjoy our guide on dating your vintage lingerie garments.For the second instalment of our dating vintage clothing series, we will discuss the 1940s.The fashion trends of this era were distinctly divided into two categories: Wartime and Post-Wartime.