Posts Tagged ‘Dresses’

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…

Girls’ Heirloom Regency Dresses

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Here are some photos of the girls, my niece and two daughters, I made these dresses for Christmas, you will notice that I added two lines of ruffle to the bottom of them. Thanks for the elegant patterns, my girls look like real girls now! ~ Caroline J., Australia Ahhh! All those beautiful details! Nothing […] Read more…

Girls’ Regency Dresses

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Here are pictures of two girls’ dresses I made from your pattern. I am making a new dress and spencer for her and my boyfriends two nieces. I would love if you want to put them on your website, and I think the girls would be happy to see that also. After I finish their […] Read more…

Susanna’s Regency Gown

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I’ve recently completed my second Regency dress from your pattern and I thought that you might like to add them to your ‘show and tell’ page! I absolutely loved this pattern. It went together very easily for me, and altering it was very easy…not the least bit complicated! My alterations were lengthening the bodice and […] Read more…

Victoria’s Regency Dress

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Your patterns are wonderful, and I am at the present making the most of your Spencer and Pelisse pattern… I have attached some photos of my day out at Lyme Park. I have only recently discovered the delights of Jane Austen and then to discover that the house that they filmed [A&E’s] “Pride and Prejudice” […] Read more…

Tanya’s Regency Day Dress

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Your patterns are great! Imagine the suprised look on my face when I opened up the pattern and saw real paper! I’m a new sewer about 1 year and I can’t stop. I found the Renaissance first, and then fell in love with Regency–after all, you can’t wear a Tudor gown to church, although I […] Read more…

Maggi’s Regency Wedding Party

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The main dress is a crepe fabric with organza overdress. The girls all loved them and thanked me for making them feel like princesses for the day. Your patterns were a delight to use with very clear instructions. I have been sewing for 50 years, since I was 7, and some instructions are incomprehensible, so […] Read more…

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