Posts Tagged ‘Titanic’

Lori’s 1910s Tea Gown

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Dear Jennie: Thanks for your wonderful website and beautiful patterns. Last year I purchased the l9l0’s Tea Gown pattern to make a dress for my son’s wedding. After many drafts and trials on bodice pieces, I completed the gown you see in the pictures. Your kind and prompt help by e-mail was invaluable! I appreciated […] Read more…

Krista’s 1912 Kimono Dress

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I finished the last couple of details on the Kimono dress today and had my daughter try it on. When she did, we were delighted to see that the final touches were indeed complete. She put a necklace on, and we went outside to snap a few pictures. She’s really pleased with it, and so […] Read more…

1910s Wedding Gown

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I made this Edwardian wedding gown for my sister, using your Tea Gown pattern. I added a train using your Regency train instructions and did not add a sheer overlay. We are really happy with how it turned out! This is a wonderful pattern. Very easy to modify and make your own. I have a […] Read more…

Jen’s 1910s Tea Gown

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It has been a while since I ordered the 1910s Tea Gown from you, but I’ve been steadily working on it since the spring and thought I might share the finished product with you. This dress was a great learning challenge for me in a couple respects. I dyed fabric for the first time, using […] Read more…

Caroline’s 1910s Tea Gown

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Caroline created her Tea Gown to wear to a wedding. She writes, Once more I’m sharing my joy with you. It’s done! It’s not perfect, but it’s done. I ended up putting rosettes on the sash in a Dior style–three roses together. Instead of a straight piece, I used a football shape and folded it […] Read more…

Laura’s 1910s Tea Gown

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Laura used my 1910s Tea Gown pattern and the inspiring image of the original vintage dress on the right to create her exquisite evening dress. WOW! She writes, I wanted to send you the first photo of the dress I just completed. I used your tea gown pattern as a base for the bodice; I […] Read more…

Titanic Boarding Suits

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Helen has teamed up with Tracie Arnold to produce this magnificent boarding suit ensemble, complete with hat and gloves! Helen found some fantastic new “Titanic” resources along the way, and I’ll let her share her story in her own words: “Yes!!! The great moment has arrived!!! My very first ‘Titanic’ project, the Boarding Suit, is […] Read more…

Titanic Breakfast Gowns

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Christina created this very romantic, feminine version of the breakfast gown, complete with all the rosebuds and ribbons. Dreamy! Here is a beautiful breakfast gown made by Jennifer LaConte of J. LaConte Designs. She used a patterned lace for the overdress, which is completely detachable, as you can see. Jennifer Cech made this beautiful Breakfast […] Read more…

Titanic Tea Gowns

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This is Jennifer Rouch’s version of the tea gown. Writes Jennifer, “My tea dress was a less accurate version as far as budget was concerned. Instead of using guipure lace I used a wide antique looking less expensive lace. The green matte satin was a dead on match of the movie dress, and I used […] Read more…

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