I’ve recently completed my second Regency dress from your pattern and I thought that you might like to add them to your ‘show and tell’ page! I absolutely loved this pattern. It went together very easily for me, and altering it was very easy…not the least bit complicated! My alterations were lengthening the bodice and […]
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Hi! I wanted to write to you and send you some photos of a Regency dress I just made. I didn’t know how to sew at all (I sewed a pillow once in 8th grade home economics class, but that was over ten years ago), but I decided to go ahead and order your pattern […]
Your patterns are wonderful, and I am at the present making the most of your Spencer and Pelisse pattern… I have attached some photos of my day out at Lyme Park. I have only recently discovered the delights of Jane Austen and then to discover that the house that they filmed [A&E’s] “Pride and Prejudice” […]
Your patterns are great! Imagine the suprised look on my face when I opened up the pattern and saw real paper! I’m a new sewer about 1 year and I can’t stop. I found the Renaissance first, and then fell in love with Regency–after all, you can’t wear a Tudor gown to church, although I […]
The main dress is a crepe fabric with organza overdress. The girls all loved them and thanked me for making them feel like princesses for the day. Your patterns were a delight to use with very clear instructions. I have been sewing for 50 years, since I was 7, and some instructions are incomprehensible, so […]
This bride’s mother worked with her to create her wedding gown. Here are some pictures of the (modified) Regency dress I like what my mom did to the back, because I don’t much like the “balloon” style the dress has with some types of fabric. And of course: no sleeves, which was a blessing when […]
Cynthia made this incredible Regency gown from period-correct fabric. It’s stunning!
(Click for larger images.) Here is Miss Olivia with her dolly in matching Regency dresses! Writes Carol, “I thought I would send you a picture of Kirsten and Olivia together in their almost look a like dresses. Kirsten’s got the ribbon, Olivia’s didn’t! ~ Carol K.”
Dear Jennie, Please find the attached photos. I hope you find them of interest. As you can see, we are using the dress as ‘daily’ clothes. Homeschool Heaven was most helpful and of great benefit for people living on this side of the world. Kind regards, Tanya from Australia Absolutely beautiful, Tanya!
A friend of mine said I should send you this photo of my girls in their Easter dresses I made using your Regency pattern. They turned out very nice and the girls were thrilled! Take care, Alexis B. Cute, cute, cute!
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