Amanda’s 1910s Prom Gown

By Jennie Chancey


My daughter went to her prom Saturday night, in the Titanic-era dress I made from your pattern. It was fabulous. We made an overskirt of forest green satin, while the dress itself was medium green cotton covered with pearl and sequin-embroidered cream illusion. We trimmed it with gold fringe and gold and green baroque trim. Also, I had researched online and saw that they often wore long rectangular trains, so I made one of those out of the green satin, trimmed with embroidery cut out of the illusion. It was amazing – I was so proud! And, as with the Regency pattern I used last year, it was SO easy! Thank you, thank you, thank you! ~ Nancy H.

This is just stunning! Nancy has several creations featured in Show and Tell. She’s amazing!

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2 Comments on Amanda’s 1910s Prom Gown

  1. DollyMae
    June 22, 2010 at 3:02 am (5 years ago)

    Fabulous, it makes me think of something Anne shirley would have worn!

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  2. Allison Elizabeth♥
    September 27, 2010 at 4:56 pm (4 years ago)

    The most lovely dress on a most lovely model! That hairstyle is stunning!

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