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Tanya’s Regency Day Dress

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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 […] Read more…

Maggi’s Regency Wedding Party

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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 […] Read more…

Rebekka’s Regency Wedding Gown

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This bride’s mother worked with her to create her wedding gown. Here are some pictures of the (modified) Regency dress šŸ™‚ 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 […] Read more…

Regency Ballgown

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(Click for larger images.) Many thanks for the pattern. My wife has made the dress for my daughter, who is attending a commemorative Ball on honour of Lord Nelson (1805), period dances and music. I attach a picture of the dress – magnificant! The material is ‘Sari’ material from an Indian supplier. Many thanks, Roderick […] Read more…

Olivia’s Regency PJs

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There has been talk on the board a couple of times about Regency night gowns and other patterns. So, I thought I had to show some of these ladies that they didn’t need to purchase another pattern, if they already had your pattern. Here is a picture of my Miss Olivia sporting her new PJs! […] Read more…