Sunday, June 25, 2017
Here is an article with some great pictures of food preparation of various cultures in Texas. Check out this article from the San Antonio Express-News. http://www.expressnews.com/news/local/article/Early-South-Texas-diet-staples-differed-greatly-11214813.php?t=b9b868d418#photo-13074450
Posted by Frontier Women's Living History Assn. at 8:45 PM
Wednesday, December 7, 2016
This website has a wonderful trick for using buttons with shanks. These buttons often dangle and look strange on 18th and 19th century dresses and coats. This trick is worth knowing when you make heavy garments and men's wear.
Posted by Frontier Women's Living History Assn. at 2:33 PM
Thursday, November 24, 2016
(Kindle Edition)by Pippa Pralen
This digital book is available on Amazon and can be downloaded to be read on your tablet, phone, or computer for $1.99. It sounds like it would be an interesting read.
To purchase book.
Posted by Frontier Women's Living History Assn. at 8:30 PM
Tuesday, November 15, 2016
Monday, September 19, 2016
These talks are worth your time and effort --- and they are a free history lesson! ________________________________________ Tuesday is our Texas Talks webinar! Title: Talking Tejano History Description: Learn more about Tejano history with Dr. Andrés Tijerina and Dr. Emilio Zamora during Hispanic Heritage Month Host: Dr. Andrés Tijerina, Austin Community College and Dr. Emilio Zamora, The University of Texas at Austin
Date: Tuesday, September 20, 2016Time: 7:00PM (Central Time)In 2 hours, the webinar you registered for is going to start. Please, click on the link below to view the webinar stream. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3mHvZ81keh8&feature=youtu.be This program is sponsored in part by the Texas Historical Foundation If you would like to chat with the moderator and other viewers during our live stream, you will need to log in to a Gmail account.
1. Click the "Watch and Interact" link below the TSHA video player 2. Click the "Sign in to chat" link on the right hand side of the page 3. Sign in to your Gmail account 4. If you do not have one, click "Add account" and then "Create account" 5. Once signed in, navigate back to the YouTube stream page to chat
Posted by Frontier Women's Living History Assn. at 5:38 PM
Sunday, September 18, 2016
If you are interested in historical needlework of all kinds, the Interweave store has CDs of Piecework magazine for sale for $5. Piecework is a magazine of historical patterns. This is an excellent opportunity to find beautiful patterns at an unbelievable price. Hurry before they are all gone.
Posted by Frontier Women's Living History Assn. at 9:14 PM
Monday, September 12, 2016
How to enlarge a sewing pattern with Powerpoint
Step by step tutorial on how to enlarge any sewing pattern with Microsoft PowerPoint. Resize any image you find in a book, or the internet, in a few steps!
This is a great tutorial from the Costume Diary blog at
There are many republished Victorian patterns in books that you can do this with as well as great free original books like Godey's and Delineator full of patterns to make your own at
In addition, she has a number of tutorials and free patterns including corsets and dresses from many eras at
Posted by Frontier Women's Living History Assn. at 2:43 PM