Posts Tagged ‘ballgown’

Ceri’s Regency Ballgown



I’ve been meaning to send you some pictures of my Regency ball gown that a friend and I made way back in September ’05. I chose a satin for the undergown/lining. The over dress is made from a voile from Ikea. I wore the dress to a Hornblower convention in October held in Portsmouth, UK […] Read more…

Regency Ballgown


Amelia Regency Dress

Hi there! I purchased your Regency Gown pattern in late 2005. This year my daughter went to the Austen Evening in a beautiful gown I made from your pattern. We are very very happy with the result and will direct others to your site. ~ Regina M. This is a sweet, charming ballgown. Doesn’t her […] Read more…

Shelley’s Jane Austen Party


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Everything worked out beautifully. We had a ‘Jane Austen Fancy Dress Tea Party’ this afternoon. I’ve attached some pictures of the ladies who were able to come. Both my sisters and another friend were busy (or not in town) this weekend, so we are going to have another tea in August and get all dressed […] Read more…

Chloe’s Regency Gown



I’ve finally gotten around to uploading photos of my cousin’s dress! She adores her dress and has gotten so many compliments! I had a lot of fun making it for her. I’m planning to buy your Romantic Era Dress pattern next, as I’m currently in love with Molly’s gowns in “Wives and Daughters”. Thank you […] Read more…

Jen’s Regency Ballgown & Pelisse



  Jen’s father-in-law gave her some heavenly fabric, and Jen created her breathtaking ballgown. Then she made her cozy pelisse for the winter months. Doesn’t she look smashing? She writes, I’m very pleased with how the Regency gown and coat that I made with your patterns turned out! For the gown I also made the […] Read more…

Lady Scott’s Regency Ballgown



Here is Lady Scott in her beautiful ballgown, created for Dolley Madison’s Ball held in Scottsdale, Arizona. Isn’t her fabric luscious? And the silvery trim is dreamy. She writes, We really are pleased with the dress and hope the pics might inspire a few more ladies to try your pattern. We used 100% silk charmeuse […] Read more…

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