Posts Tagged ‘Jane Austen’

White Embroidered Regency Gown

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This dear friend desired to learn how to sew her own dress. When I shared photos of regency dresses in the past that I had made, she knew that was what she wanted. She selected a beautiful, white cotton fabric with embroidered flowers which became such a lovely dress! What fun it was to sew […] Read more…

Robin’s Regency Ensemble

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I studied abroad in the UK about two years ago, and recently went back for a visit. As soon as I found out that I would be able to visit Bath and surroundings, I knew I had to create a Regency dress. I love all things Jane Austen and Regency in general, so it had […] Read more…

Jessica’s Lace Regency Gown

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I made this Regency gown for myself using the Simplicity version a few months ago for a Larp event. I am an experienced seamstress, but this was my first Regency era gown, and I loved the lace overlay variant of the pattern. I found some beautiful bridal lace remnants I wanted to use, and a […] Read more…

Charity’s Regency Dress

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Charity (age 14) cut out and sewed this dress from your Regency Era pattern. She did all the cutting and sewing on her own. The dress is fully lined, and she managed to get the placket nicely done even with that! This was the first dress she has ever cut and sewn every single stitch […] Read more…

Katie’s Regency Ballgowns

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Katie H. from the Oregon Regency Society has two dresses from the Sense and Sensibility Regency Gown pattern. The first one is an all pale blue dress with a silk chiffon overlay and white lace trim. Her mother, Ruth, adapted the pattern for her and added the extra fullness in the back of the dress. […] Read more…

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