>Blouses, July 1900

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This post and the last, and hopefully more to come, are from lovely French magazines I found at the Paris Flea Market. Here’s a few lovely blouses that make me long for cotton and lace- and a few little illustrations of detailing you may be able to use on your upcoming sewing projects!

On a separate note, I am slowly going through our trip photos and have some to share but was wondering of any of my lovely readers has any recommendations for free online photo albums? I would love to share, but was hoping that hosting and organizing was pre-done so I would not have to play with my limited website building knowledge. Suggestions are much appreciated!
Sorry for my posting tardiness- my computer was having a mind of it’s own and thankfully it is fixed now so I should be back on track!
Best wishes for a lovely afternoon!

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5 Responses to >Blouses, July 1900

  1. Dizzy Dame says:

    >Flickr is a good place to start uploading your photos!

  2. AlohaAroha says:

    >I love these blouses. Have you seen the amazing Edwardian blouse that Serendipitous Stitchery made? http://serendipitousstitchery.blogspot.com/2009/08/bouncing-in-time-1850s-summer-dress.htmlI like photobucket and their slideshows for image hosting, but really I'm not the person to ask!

  3. reilly says:

    >Flickr or photobucket!

  4. sewducky says:

    >I use photobucket as well, and while you have to organize them yourself, it's a relatively easy process.Elaina

  5. >i see many using Flickr 🙂

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