Welcome to the Plaid Circle! Here you may find the numerous costumes made by Maura Plaid.
Contact me:
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AIM: RhymesWithKosher
Updated 7/19/06: It's been quite a long time since my last update, but I've been away at school, making it harder to find time to sew. This summer, however, I'm working on two projects. The first is a pirate hat, the page for which is already up, and the second is a Can-can Dress. I hope to finish the hat this week and the dress before I return to school.

Updated 5/25/05:
More updating happening today. Now there are only 2 1/2 pages left to make. I hope that sometime within the next month I can take pictures of those costumes that are pictureless. Over the past two days I've also been drafting patterns for a Jedi costume using information from Padawan's Guide and Amber's Jedi Meditation Chamber. I hope to make one sometime this summer (after I get payed and can afford it).On Tuesday I'm starting an internship with the costumer at Signature Theatre, so I'll be sure to post something about that either here or on my LJ.

Updated 5/24/
05: Well, It's happened. I've gotten rather fed up with trying to update this site. Frankly, I don't make a very good webmistress. This is mainly because I'm so easily distracted. I can barely ever find the patience to actually do a big update. In order to alleviate this and by contemplating what I actually update on here, I've decided to convert my lovely website from a mish-mosh of crap, to solely focused on costuming, which has certainly become my primary hobby. And I know that was a run-on sentence. I don't know how long conversion will take, but today I present the beginning of the third incarnation of my site. Also, I have not made pages for all my costumes as of yet, so please bear with me as I work.
Wish List
Movie and TV Costumes
Eowyn's Shieldmaiden Gown
Arwen's Blood Red Gown (Variation)
Guenevere's Battle Costume
Ted the Food & Wine Connoissuer
Hogwarts Wear
Lizzy Bennett's Spencer Jacket
Ethel, the Pirate's Daughter
Pirate Hat
Elven Banners
Can-can Dress
Mostly Historical Costumes
Renaissance Faire Wardrobe
Edwardian Underthings
Regency Day Dress
Fama, the Personification of Gossip
Eleanor of Aquitaine
Colonial Boy
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