You'd think there'd be enough time in three months to get some serious work done on our steampunk clothing. Jeremy and I have realized that this is why some people live their steampunk persona all the time, because it's hard to get anywhere with it otherwise. So considering that we only have steampunk events about every three or four months our clothing is coming along at a very slow pace.
these watches and thought they were totally classy. I love having accessories that are strictly feminine since a lot of times girls will adopt boy styles to look like they belong in the same "group." Sure, everyone can wear steamer goggles but girls should have some of their own accessories as well.
So where's my corset? Well, currently it's like this:
As of Halloween I had all the outer pleather-stuff pieces cut out. So I did make a ton of progress since then. I cut out two more sets of the 12 pieces, and got them all sewed together and got 7 bones sewn in.
So that's when I give up and pack it away. . . .curses. . .
So I'll pull it out again sometime on a day when I have patience to spare and try to figure things out. But needless to say--I was not wearing a corset for SteamPatrick's Day.
Next and Last up in the SteamPatrick's Day Recap: Serious thoughts that relate to real life and our practice of a "Steampunk Lifestyle."