I made this dress from the 1909 Edwardian Dress Pattern. I had to modify the shoulder to add more length to it. I also wanted to be able to just slip it on so I cut the back piece 3″ in from the fold and added three rows of cased elastic. I love the gathered [...]
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This was the winning pattern from the first Young Designers’ Contest! Rachel Franklin Hurd took her inspiration from an original ca. 1909 gown, creating a versatile pattern that can be used for a variety of occasions.
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Over Christmas while on vacation in Florida, I sewed myself the 1909 Edwardian Dress. The dress is made out of white linen and fully lined with cotton fabric. (This dress is pretty heavy!) The only change I did was to take the zipper out of the back, and made the dress where it can just [...]
Here are some pictures of me in the dress I made to wear to my daughter’s wedding from your 1909 Edwardian Dress Pattern. ~ Jacqueline S. Isn’t this a stunner? I love the overlay and the gorgeous lace used for this lovely mother of the bride!