I’m a historical re-enactor (kinda) and costumer (yay fabric!) and dress up in funny clothes every chance I get. I play Wilhelmina Tapkins (that’s Miss Willa, thank you) at Dickens Fair and Evelina Edwina Angelica La Rosa at Renaissance Faires. I sew, knit, embroider, and am a complete and utter Crazy Cat Lady.
Brass and Lace started started as a convenient reference for two of my favorite fashion cultures – Steampunk and Gothic Lolita. Over time it’s become the name I write and create under. The purpose of this blog is to have a single location to showcase my ongoing projects and endeavors and, hopefully, to document the evolution and growth of my creative side.
Possibly Probably while drinking.
Credit where credit is due: The awesome eye-bleeding background of orange stripes is from Layout Sparks.