Posts Tagged ‘dress’

Charlotte’s Regency Outfit

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Hi, I’m Charlotte coming from France! Finally this year, I will go to the Jane Austen Festival in Bath!! It’s in one week!! I have finished my costumes using your dress and jacket pattern!! And it was easy and I love the result!! The jacket’s just perfect!! Thanks for your work, now I can be […] Read more…

Kyleigh’s 1914 Afternoon Dress

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We didn’t get many pictures at the tea, but took a picture before I changed afterwards. This is with the red sash, that I made specifically to wear for the tea and to Church on Christmas morning. I also made a white one, and I have a rose-colored sash that is yet to be finished. […] Read more…

Little Girl’s Regency Ensemble

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I recently ordered a gown from http://www.rosecampbellcw.com .  The young lady made me a beautiful blue satin dress with sash from one of your patterns along with a matching hairbow.  I was so excited to get it that we ordered the pattern from you.  I am a beginning seamstress, but I was able to make the pinafore/pantaloon […] Read more…

White Embroidered Regency Gown

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This dear friend desired to learn how to sew her own dress. When I shared photos of regency dresses in the past that I had made, she knew that was what she wanted. She selected a beautiful, white cotton fabric with embroidered flowers which became such a lovely dress! What fun it was to sew […] Read more…

Morgan’s Romantic “Molly” Ensemble

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Hello Jennie! First of all, thank you so much for creating such beautiful patterns! I am a 19 year-old, self-taught seamstress, and I have made two dresses from your Simplicity Regency pattern (I am hoping to upload some pictures of those dresses in the future), and I recently finished creating this dress from your Romantic […] Read more…

Girls’ 1780s Portrait Dress Pattern

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I have long loved the beautiful, pastoral portraits of the late Georgian Era. Family groupings set in fields and beneath trees painted by artists like Thomas Gainsborough marked a departure from the stiffer, more formal portraits of a generation before. Children in these paintings gradually made an amazing transition from miniature adults to playful, happy youngsters in relaxed poses. Some of my favorite paintings are by George Romney and Élisabeth-Louise Vigée-Le Brun. Inspired by these lovely, classic portraits, I decided to create this pattern for my own girls, who adore the full skirts and wide sashes of the time.

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A Pinafore Dress for Mirial

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Hello All! That’s not me…that’s my model…okay, she’s my sister, Mirial. Isn’t she cute as a button?! She was so chipper while I did up her hair and made her pose outside, toting her around all over our yard. Her favorite picture to take was the one where she got to hug the tree. I […] Read more…

Charity’s Regency Dress

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Charity (age 14) cut out and sewed this dress from your Regency Era pattern. She did all the cutting and sewing on her own. The dress is fully lined, and she managed to get the placket nicely done even with that! This was the first dress she has ever cut and sewn every single stitch […] Read more…

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