Carol created these lovely outfits from my 1914 Afternoon Dress pattern (navy) and my Regency Gown pattern (white). She used the instructions from the 1914 pattern to create the secret nursing access on the Regency gown, which worked splendidly!
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I’d just like to share a picture of my just completed regency dress–well, almost completed! It still needs hemming. ) I’m hoping to do that soon so I can wear it to a church meeting tomorrow night. And the chemisette is made based on your instructions as well. Thanks for a lovely pattern! Thank you [...]
Anna has been making beautiful Regency gowns from my pattern and selling them on eBay! Here are two she recently sold, a beautiful white dress with gathers across the front of the bodice and a lovely blue print dress. Writes Anna, I wanted to send you a few pictures of the regency gown I just [...]
These lovely young ladies used my pattern to create their Regency gowns for a birthday celebration. What a fun time! Don’t you wish you could have been there?
Isn’t this a heavenly looking wedding? The ladies are positively ethereal in their Regency gowns! Writes Amie, Hi! I was browsing your site again recently and was suddenly inspired to send you some photos for your show and tell page. I was married in May 2001 and had a Regency-themed wedding. I used your Regency [...]
Lisa helped her sister create this drop-front version of the Regency Gown from my pattern and writes, I completely fell in love with your drop-front adaptation, and I have two dresses all most finished for myself. The fun one is one I helped my sister draft out, and she sewed it to wear to her [...]
Sisters Tiffany and Shannon created these beautiful dresses from my Regency Gown and 1914 Afternoon Dress patterns. Shannon also used the Spencer/Pelisse pattern to create her lovely peach pelisse! The pictures on the beach just make the dresses look all the more Romantic!
I ordered a pattern from you back in November or so. Here is the final product! Thanks so much. My mom made the dress out of Indian silk that was embroidered–very beautiful–and satin underneath. Couldn’t have done it without you! ~ Lindsey R. Beautiful!
This one took my breath away when I opened the e-mail. Wow! Writes Mary Alice, Thank you for the wonderful Regency Gown Pattern. I cut out my fabric on a Tuesday night and was wearing the finished gown on Friday night. I made the gown for a Regency dance at Lunacon. I had no problems [...]
A breathtaking version of the 1914 Afternoon Dress. Dawn Marie writes, This is my first attempt at making a 1914 Afternoon Dress. It went together quite nicely. I used an embroidered sheer material for the overdress and white batiste for the underdress. Wearing it felt heavenly. I can’t wait to make more of them. This [...]