Here are some pictures of my Pelisse, made for me to wear to a LARP event, using your lovely Regency Spencer pattern. It is made from an unusual taffeta with a pattern of tiny squares, found in the end-of line soft furnishings section of a local fabric shop. I cut two straight front panels, and […]
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Hello Mrs.Chancey, Back in September I had a Regency themed party and all the guests dressed up together. It was a lot of fun! The original Regency dress pattern was used on all of them. I also made a pelisse by changing the same pattern and using the sleeves from the Elegant Lady’s Closet pattern. […]
I bought the Sense and Sensibility patterns for a Regency Gown and the Spencer Jacket (which I turned into a pelisse by following your instructions). My inspiration came from the book Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen. I could identify myself with Elinor and picked the scene where she goes out for a walk in […]
I simply love all of the Sense and Sensibility patterns, especially because I am permitted to use them professionally. When a friend commissioned me to make a dress for her little girl, I knew exactly where to find the perfect pattern. Her description of the ‘dream outfit’ fit the Regency dress and pelisse closely, so […]
Jen’s father-in-law gave her some heavenly fabric, and Jen created her breathtaking ballgown. Then she made her cozy pelisse for the winter months. Doesn’t she look smashing? She writes, I’m very pleased with how the Regency gown and coat that I made with your patterns turned out! For the gown I also made the bodiced […]
Lovely Miss M. created her entire outfit and shared these wonderful photos. She writes, I made the dress and underpinnings from your Regency pattern. I don’t have a picture of the underpinnings, but I think you can see how nicely the dress fits over them. For the dress I used a transparent fabric (roses on […]
Amelia made her wonderful pelisse (coat) from my Spencer/Pelisse pattern and writes, I thought that you might be interested in seeing my completed Regency pelisse (since you helped me so very kindly when I had questions!;-)). Thanks so much! Have a great day! ~Amelia H.