Posts Tagged ‘Regency’

Faith’s Regency Doll Ballgown

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Thanks so much for the Regency gown pattern! It was my next dress to make for my cloth dolls. I finally finished!! She’s gorgeous and so is the dress. I adorned her a little more than was the style during Regency, but I can’t help but bead! Thanks!! Faith T. Faith creates her gorgeous soft-sculpture […] Read more…

Joelle’s Regency Ballgown & Spencer

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joelle1

I am a French primary school teacher living in France who loves Jane Austen’s period. This summer, I found Jennie’s wonderful website surfing on internet. Then, I ordered the Regency Dress pattern and went on with it having in mind to go, once in my life and if my dress is a success, to a […] Read more…

Virginia’s Bodiced Petticoat

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Regency Bodiced Petticoat | Sense & Sensibility Patterns

I made this out of a beautiful fine weave cotton lawn and actually lined the skirt because I am going to be making a pretty gauzy dress over it, encouraged by your suggestion/mention of this common fashion of the period, which I have always loved when done in period films. I also have plans for […] Read more…

Kim’s Infant Regency Dress

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Infant Regency Dress | Sense & Sensibility Patterns

    Here are pictures of my first creation with your patterns. My 7-month-old daughter’s Regency Gown turned out soooo cute. Thanks for the patterns. I am having a blast. ~ Kim E. What a cherubic little angel! I love this beautiful winter Regency dress. Fantastic work, Kim! Read more…

Amy’s Regency Ballgowns

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cherryames7

I made these ballgowns with my friends this summer using the Simplicity version of your pattern. The girls are part of an historical dance society and are focusing on the Regency period. The bronze dress is made of a tucked home decor fabric with gold sheer and wide ribbon trim accents. The pink dress is […] Read more…

Ida’s Regency Ensemble

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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 […] Read more…

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