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Day Gown with Undersleeves Closeup | Sense & Sensibility Patterns

Day Gown with Undersleeves Closeup | Sense & Sensibility Patterns

Here are pictures of another dress I made. I thought you might enjoy seeing them. Other than the cranberry crossover, this is my favorite. It’s basically your original Regency gown, but with the neckline cut a little more squarely.

Enjoy! ~ Melissa T.

Note the detachable undersleeves that take this dress from day to evening. Beautiful!

5 comments on “Melissa’s Regency Day Gown with Undersleeves”

    • Hi, Matilda! Back in the Regency Era, they were basted in by hand. Ladies would unpick the stitching to remove them when they weren’t wanted. But I have instructions in the pattern for creating hidden buttonholes in the sleeeband to button the undersleeves in place. Hope this helps!

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