At No. 11

Surrounded with old books and little dogs…my version of the Old West. Um, and wifi. Can’t forget that!


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Tea Gowns & No. 11

Were slowly recovering from the drive back from Arizona…tubs and bags everywhere…Labor Day Weekend at No. 11 is always hectic and this one was a bit more since we were struggling to finish installation of the new curtains in the parlor as well as completing the final touches on the tea gown. It was close but we finally got it all done and managed to get some nice pictures before we had to head back to LA.  😎

Overall, the tea gown project was a great success and it actually went smoother than I initially expected- it was still a lot of work but there weren’t any issues that needed to be resolved along the way. The best part about this project is that it’s patterned off of several originals in our collection, utilizing unique fabrics that we’ve found on our various journeys through Europe that replicate those found during the 1880s and 90s. We’re definitely pleased with the result and we’re looking forward to working up further tea gown designs in the future. 😎


Tea & Nonsense At No. 11

A little tea and nonsense at No. 11…because not everything in Tombstone happens in a saloon…

 


Looking Forward…

I‘ll be able to have a little sit with my samovar tomorrow, but wearing the 1880s tea gown of my dreams that I’ve been secretly working on! Currently finishing the new silk and passamenterie draperies for the violet parlor and packing. See you tomorrow, Tombstone!