Posts Tagged ‘Dresses’

Romantic Era Dress

By Jennie Chancey

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The dress is FINISHED!!! This dress was for my mom using the Sense and Sensibility Romantic Era pattern. The neckline was made using a neckline that was a cross between the jumper and the wide bateau necklines, with inset lace. The bodice is lined with cotton muslin and is gathered along the waistline. There is […]

Catherine’s Regency Day Gown

By Jennie Chancey

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Hello! I can’t wait to get the Romantic Dress pattern! I send you today pictures of a dress I made from your Regency Dress pattern. I wanted to send them to you ages ago… It is now done. I wear it with the antique petticoat I already told you about. I hope you like the […]

Melody’s Regency Gown

By Jennie Chancey

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My sister and I purchased a copy of your Regency Gown pattern a while back. I sewed a dressed from the pattern for a tea that we put on in February. Thank you for a wonderful site and great patterns! In Him, Melody Y. This is a simply wonderful Regency ensemble, complete with bodiced petticoat […]

Michelle’s Regency Dress

By Jennie Chancey

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I tried your pattern out last week and was so pleased with the beautiful results! The finished product looks complex and very detailed but it went together with ease. I wore the dress to church this past sabbath then out to dinner afterward with my family. The fit was wonderful throughout, though I need to […]

Lydia’s Regency Nursing Dresses

By Jennie Chancey

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Lydia has been busy modifying the Regency Gown pattern to create a couple of lovely nursing dresses. She also took the child’s pattern and shrunk it for her baby daughter! She writes, Both of these dresses are nursing dresses, and I am so happy with how easily they came together once I decided to make […]

Caroline’s 1910s Tea Gown

By Jennie Chancey

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Caroline created her Tea Gown to wear to a wedding. She writes, Once more I’m sharing my joy with you. It’s done! It’s not perfect, but it’s done. I ended up putting rosettes on the sash in a Dior style–three roses together. Instead of a straight piece, I used a football shape and folded it […]

Laura’s 1910s Tea Gown

By Jennie Chancey

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Laura used my 1910s Tea Gown pattern and the inspiring image of the original vintage dress on the right to create her exquisite evening dress. WOW! She writes, I wanted to send you the first photo of the dress I just completed. I used your tea gown pattern as a base for the bodice; I […]

Hannah’s Regency Dresses & Pinafores

By Jennie Chancey

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This darling little lady’s mama has been busy creating new outfits for her from my Girls’ Regency Dress and Girls’ Pinafore/Pantaloons patterns! What a doll! Mrs. W. writes, Well I finally finished sewing the dresses I started for Hannah at the beginning of February! Here they are – thought you might enjoy seeing her posing […]

Sisters’ Regency Gowns

By Jennie Chancey

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Aren’t these sisters absolutely charming in their Regency gowns at Christmas? Writes Angela, I purchased your Regency dress pattern a couple of years ago to make myself a ‘Pride and Prejudice’ dress for a ‘Pride and Prejudice’ luncheon two friends, my sister, and I had. I’m wearing my original green P&P dress, and my sister […]

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