Monday, January 3, 2011

WOW WOW WOW!

I can't believe I had never gone over to see this before-http://www.lavendersgreen.com/index.htm ! A fellow blogger Suzannah over at http://www.adventuresindressmaking.com/  mother has this lovely website for selling historical garments and I can't believe I had never seen it before! Do go over and drool with me. :)

In Christ,
Rebecca

9 comments:

Lady Kara said...

Rebecca Ann,

I'm headed over there right now! I hope your holiday was blessed!

Lady Kara

maria said...

just beautiful! I just came from there...they are perfect :)

Maria.

Melanie said...

Wow! Those are some lovely costumes!!!

Vicki said...

Oh my goodness, Rebecca, that's so weird -- I came across this very same website for the first time ever today too!! And I actually thought of you when I saw it!!

I'm spending my last week of Christmas vacation researching the 1850's for a novel I'm doing prewriting for, and that's how I found it. Isn't it beautiful? :-D

Have a great evening!

Love in Christ,
Vicki

Jamie said...

Rebecca,

I am so pleased to hear that Yah is showing you His will! :D If you ever have any questions on head coverings or just want to talk you know how to reach me! :) May He bless you on this new journey!!!

Blessings and shalom!

In Messiah,
~Jamie

Crista "Moriah" said...

Beautiful site! I love all of the historical gowns. :)

You have a very lovely blog, by the way!

Many Blessings in Christ,
Moriah

www.uniquelyfashionedforhisglory.blogspot.com

SinginginHisName said...

hey Jamie I won't be covering in the end I have not been convicted of it. But it was great to read about it on your blog. I don't believe its needed and my father does not want me to. As in the Bible it says our hair is our covering.

GodeysKnits said...

That site I've known for quite a number of years now- and it's a great site! My friend Michelle got an 1860's corset- from a store in Gettysburg- but they sold ones from Lavender's Green- the corsets are AMAZING! *drool* Anyways- glad to hear you found it!

Ana Smith said...

Beautiful!