Created for the intermediate to advanced sewist who enjoys new challenges, this class will guide you through steps to make an heirloom gown that includes lace insertion, tucks, and embroidery. If you've always wanted a scrumptious tea gown, this is the class for you!
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This is a fun class for those who love the era of Glenn Miller and Benny Goodman. You'll create an authentic mid-1940s dress and learn about the colors and fabrics of the time period. As a bonus, you'll watch a 1940s film and study period hairstyles and makeup!
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Dear Mrs. Chancey, I just finished a few gowns from your Romantic Dress Pattern for a customer and wanted to send you a few photos of them. They came out so prettily and I was so pleased with the pattern, I think it is my favorite so far from the ones I have used from [...]
My name is Diane and I had my wedding this June. I broke a cardinal rule and made my own dress, out of vintage lace overlaying a duchess satin, which was way over my head, but I managed it anyway. The lace was from Timeless Trims; it was about half of what they hand on [...]
I’ve gotten a lot of neat stories and photos from customers over the years, but this one has to take the cake. First, let me share the note this husband sent to me earlier this year when he inquired about my Regency patterns: I’m actually making this for my wife as a surprise for our [...]
Jennie, I just wanted to share a few pictures with you of the Elegant Lady’s Closet Crossover Gown that I recently made. I was THRILLED with the pattern! Thank you so much for it! The fabric is a Reproduction of a Regency Era Print! Thank you, Jenni M. This is such a beautiful outfit. Finding [...]
I sent a question back during the fall while I was sewing my daughter’s Regency down with removable overlay (she wanted two dresses in one). You asked me to send pictures and, like most homeschool moms, it waited until summer! This is from the Simplicity pattern in silk with a removable lace overlay. We love [...]
Over Christmas while on vacation in Florida, I sewed myself the 1909 Edwardian Dress. The dress is made out of white linen and fully lined with cotton fabric. (This dress is pretty heavy!) The only change I did was to take the zipper out of the back, and made the dress where it can just [...]
I wanted to share some photos of a couple of the Regency dresses I’d made from your patterns for my girls. They get no end of compliments on them, thanks in large part to your excellent instructions. I’m a rather inexperienced seamstress, but having started on these patterns has given me the confidence to try [...]
Hi I wanted to send through some pictures of the dresses I made from your patterns for a role-playing convention over Easter. The team I play in always costumes, and this year we chose the theme Regency, so I searched found and bought your patterns. I found them very easy to make and very fast [...]