Doesn’t Lois look charming in her day gown of sprigged cotton? Bravo!
Posts Tagged ‘Regency’
Vi from a church in Hawaii made this dress (no front view–sorry!). Comments from Roxanne, who coordinated the costumes: These dresses will be used for a church play commemorating its 180th anniversary. The play is on the life of Lucy Goodale Thurston (played by yours truly), a pioneer missionary to Hawaii. The first Christian missionaries [...]
This is a picture of Lauryl, who made her gown using my original Regency Gown pattern. Lovely!
Camille made her beautiful silk wedding dress, as well as her maid of honor’s dress, using my Regency Gown Pattern. Here are Camille’s comments: I wanted to let you know how grateful I am to you for your pattern. I used your regency pattern to make my dress as well as my best friend’s dress. [...]
Stephanie created this lovely day gown for herself, then posed for these pretty pictures while wearing a coordinating shawl. Most fetching! Good job, Stephanie!
Doesn’t Anna look Romantic amongst the flowers? She used my original Regency Gown pattern to create her beautiful day gown with detachable undersleeves.
Here is Lady Scott in her beautiful ballgown, created for Dolley Madison’s Ball held in Scottsdale, Arizona. Isn’t her fabric luscious? And the silvery trim is dreamy. She writes, We really are pleased with the dress and hope the pics might inspire a few more ladies to try your pattern. We used 100% silk charmeuse [...]
Jennifer C. shared these photos of a Regency dress she made from my original Regency Gown pattern. Writes Jen, Well, I squeezed in enough time to make a test run of the regency gown pattern. It turned out quite cute!!!!! I piped the neckline and the cuffs. Very nice! Great job, Jen!
Casey made these lovely Regency gowns for her sister. Aren’t they darling? Casey writes, Hello! I just got some photographs of gowns I made using your Regency gown pattern, and I thought you might like to see them. The first photo is of the first gown I made. My sister had wanted a Jane Austen [...]
Lynn created this ballgown and writes, I had a lot of fun making a version of your pattern for our Playford Ball in London, Ontario last month. The royal blue fabric is rayon in a brocade pattern of flowers, but very lightweight. The cream is also rayon with a bit of a shine. The ribbon [...]