10 1/2 inches of snow and getting ready for the Treaty of Ghent event presented perfect excuses to make this hood for myself. Based on an original in the Timely Tresses collection, you may find the Instructions for making this hood in the new projects issue of the Homefront Herald. With silk to stop the wind, brim stuffed with down, quilted silk curtain with wool batting. and adjustable channels, this is the perfect period correct ski jacket for your head.
After a very busy summer, I am back to work on new stock. This week I have added two straws ready for trimming, a completed 1860's silk bonnet, and a number of nets.
Several people have contacted me about the mysterious disappearance of our made to order straw forms. Don't worry they will be back. I am just trying to catch up on special event orders taken in the last four months. If you have an urgent millinery need, you may always email me at Dannielle@timelytresses.com and I will see if I can accommodate you.
We are so excited about the new website and being back at our old domain address. We are continuing to add new items and update inventory daily. 2018 is going to be a great year!
I am still adding the inventory to the new website. If you are looking for something that was on the old site, please let me know. Keeping fingers crossed that the domain transfer will complete soon. Happy New Year!
I hope the holiday season is finding you well. For the past couple of years, our website has been inhabited by gremlins that like to break our buttons and change formatting. Hopefully the new format will change some of that. It also allows me to put items for sale that have been sitting in my studio, but not on the website. I just found 90 yards of 3" ombre taffeta ribbon that I know you would love to have. Please be patient with me while I work to get everything back online. If you have an urgent millinery need for something that was on the old website, please email me and I am always happy to help!