Posts Tagged ‘Dresses’

Laura’s 1910s Tea Gown

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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 […] Read more…

Hannah’s Regency Dresses & Pinafores

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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 […] Read more…

Sisters’ Regency Gowns

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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 […] Read more…

Jen’s Regency Ensemble

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Lovely Miss M. created her entire outfit and shared these wonderful photos. She writes, I made the dress and underpinnings from your Regency pattern. I don’t have a picture of the underpinnings, but I think you can see how nicely the dress fits over them. For the dress I used a transparent fabric (roses on […] Read more…

Vi’s Regency Dress

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Vi from a church in Hawaii made this dress (no front view–sorry!). Comments from Roxanne, who coordinated the costumes: These dresses will be used for a church play commemorating its 180th anniversary. The play is on the life of Lucy Goodale Thurston (played by yours truly), a pioneer missionary to Hawaii. The first Christian missionaries […] Read more…

Jennifer’s Regency Dress

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Jennifer C. shared these photos of a Regency dress she made from my original Regency Gown pattern. Writes Jen, Well, I squeezed in enough time to make a test run of the regency gown pattern. It turned out quite cute!!!!! I piped the neckline and the cuffs. Very nice! Great job, Jen! Read more…

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