freydis

Steampunk

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Absolutely love steampunk. I would love to put together a Victorian ensemble for myself too (if I could get up the confidence to sew more than a tunic that is).

Enjoy you CD's Munin. Hubby introduced me to Abney Park last year and I adore them. They are guests at SalonCon this year. I would love to go but have to save up for another year. :rolleyes:

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This one's cool. I wish it was larger though.

Ask and ye shall recieve. ;) Here are more of the Captivating Kato, and one of the ever lovely miss Magdalene Veen.

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in my mind its another old to new mix. just with a name finally. even thou its been around since the 70s. you cant tell me c3po does not feel steampunk to you. i whouldnt mind borrowing a few ideas.

BWT whats 13th century garb mixed with new garb called. cause i could work my chainmail with sweat stuff and call it a style finally instead of the guy who wears that sweet chainmail shirt.

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Oooh, Hunhee, I love that skirt. Would be pretty simple to cut up a couple of belts and do that to a long skirt (not that I would ever take time to do it - always starting and never finishing any sewing).

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