I've become obsessed with The Bletchley Circle. The fact that it was cancelled after 7 episodes is a travesty. It's the first show I've seen with a woman who is a capable mathematician, and here are four hunting down serial killers in post-war London. The luscious costumes don't hurt either.
I would absolutely buy that a 15-year-old hand-knit this cardigan. Well done to the costume designer.
God, this is a bleak time. Let's fast-forward to the fifties.
I am obsessed with this woman's hair. Doesn't she look just like a cameo pin?
I think this sweater is fantastic. The neckline seems super high for Millie.
We're in for a lot of twee little collars from Lucy. I wonder if that changes in season two.
I love the scalloped lapels on Millie's coat. The outerwear on this show is generally enviable.
I have no idea what is happening with this fabric, but it's the best thing ever.
I do wonder why they're all wearing coats inside. Coal rationing, maybe?
I recently discovered Disneybounding and it's basically the best thing ever. I was dying to make a costume for the X-men: Apocalypse premiere and I needed to muslin a new bodice, so here we are:
I traced a raglan-sleeve bodice and made it bigger to compensate for a stable knit. It didn't work too well, but I found the same dress two sizes up at the op shop so I can try again. The skirt is a circle, and the jacket is thrifted.
Three guesses who I am, and the first two don't count.