Silly-ness with Lulu

During yet more summer adventures, I participated in a fair number of vintage dance performances with the Commonwealth Vintage Dancers. I know I’ve shared a lot of pictures of awesome vintage dance things recently, but if you can believe it, I actually left out entire performances that I haven’t shared anything about! Anyway, this performance wasn’t particularly picture worthy (ie, I didn’t take thousands of pictures…), but I did take a few. Of those, I just want to share this one with you. And I’ll explain it, because it’s kind of unusual.

Here I am, with Lulu the lamb.

Yup, I am standing with Lulu the lamb. Why? Well, apparently Lulu is a feature of the Lowell Textile Museum in Lowell, Massachusetts.  We were there for a performance during which Lulu was also there. We even got Lulu to dance with us a little bit (I can imagine it’s pretty hard to dance in a  lamb costume…)! As you can imagine, it was essential that I get a picture with Lulu. So here we are. There’s really nothing else to be said, but please, do grin and giggle with me.


About quinnmburgess

Quinn M. Burgess creates reproduction and costume historic clothing. Her inspiration has a strong foundation in history: historic dress, social history, and material history. With the addition of clothing construction knowledge, her passions converge in an imaginative world of creative history that she loves to share with others.
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3 Responses to Silly-ness with Lulu

  1. You’re the best, Quinn! Now for some real news, eh?! :o) Love you. ~ Mom

  2. Christina Lueken says:

    Oh my goodness! If you ever sell that dress, let me know! Love it! Gorgeous!!

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