Here are a couple pictures of the skirt I made using your Beatrix skirt pattern, inspired by Cattle Kate skirts! All I did was to take the back skirt piece and put it on the fold, backed away from the fold by about 2″. Then I made a placket in the back that is hidden [...]
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This bride’s mother worked with her to create her wedding gown. Here are some pictures of the (modified) Regency dress I like what my mom did to the back, because I don’t much like the “balloon” style the dress has with some types of fabric. And of course: no sleeves, which was a blessing when [...]
Cynthia made this incredible Regency gown from period-correct fabric. It’s stunning!
(Click for larger images.) Here is Miss Olivia with her dolly in matching Regency dresses! Writes Carol, “I thought I would send you a picture of Kirsten and Olivia together in their almost look a like dresses. Kirsten’s got the ribbon, Olivia’s didn’t! ~ Carol K.”
Here are photos of the finished Romantic nursing dress. Thanks so much for your help in shortening the bodice! I ended up using the 1914 cap sleeve for a more “modern” look. My friend loves this dress and says it is very comfortable. This pattern is so versatile–she can wear it throughout pregnancy and nursing. [...]
Michelle Ann sent these cute pictures of her daughter in her Romantic dresses. On the left is the long-sleeved version. On the right is the flutter-sleeved version, and the baby doll has one to match!
Louise C. made this charming 1914 Afternoon Dress for Easter!
Dear Jennie, Please find the attached photos. I hope you find them of interest. As you can see, we are using the dress as ‘daily’ clothes. Homeschool Heaven was most helpful and of great benefit for people living on this side of the world. Kind regards, Tanya from Australia Absolutely beautiful, Tanya!
A friend of mine said I should send you this photo of my girls in their Easter dresses I made using your Regency pattern. They turned out very nice and the girls were thrilled! Take care, Alexis B. Cute, cute, cute!
(Click for larger images.) Many thanks for the pattern. My wife has made the dress for my daughter, who is attending a commemorative Ball on honour of Lord Nelson (1805), period dances and music. I attach a picture of the dress – magnificant! The material is ‘Sari’ material from an Indian supplier. Many thanks, Roderick [...]