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 [...]
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“My goodness, I started this skirt November 30th, but finally it’s wearable. Am quite happy with it…the drape is lovely and oooh, it’s fun to wear. It’s made of a pretty worsted wool plaid in a soft green with red and yellow accents and blue undertones. I chose the trained version, and also opted for [...]
It’s finished. Here I am wearing my new, much better fitting, Edwardian Apron. Thank you very much for all the improvements on this pattern. This is sure to become a favorite for me. ~ Carol. K. Note how Carol changed the straps to criss cross over the back and tie through loops on the back [...]
I have finished my first blouse from the Romantic era pattern and the Beatrix Shirtwaist pattern. I love them both! They went togehter very easily and look wonderful when done. I already have my second blouse of each pattern in the planning. Enjoy the pictures! I hope I have done your pattern drafting even the [...]
Here are some pictures of me in the dress I made to wear to my daughter’s wedding from your 1909 Edwardian Dress Pattern. ~ Jacqueline S. Isn’t this a stunner? I love the overlay and the gorgeous lace used for this lovely mother of the bride!
Here’s my mom, modeling a “Valentine” Edwardian Apron she made for my sister-in-law!
Here are a couple pictures of the skirt I made using your Beatrix skirt pattern, inspired by Cattle Kate skirts! All I did was to take the back skirt piece and put it on the fold, backed away from the fold by about 2″. Then I made a placket in the back that is hidden [...]
Carmen created a suit from my “Beatrix” patterns and a 1910s Tea Gown for her vintage dancing group. She writes, I just love these patterns. I recommended this pattern [1910s Tea Gown] to a beginner friend of mine, and she also fell in love with how easily the dress went together. I highly recommend these [...]
Tiffani created a wonderful everyday Regency dress and an Edwardian apron from my patterns. She writes, I was so thrilled to find your site. I actually ran across BakerLane first and decided that I’d tackle the sewing myself. Well, here’s the fruit of my labor. I’ve always been a “jeans and tennis shoe” girl, but [...]