Regency Era

Regency Gown Pattern

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This is my original Regency gown pattern, modeled after the styles of the middle Regency and particularly appropriate for 1810s impressions. If you’re new to this time period, this is the pattern I recommend starting with, as it goes together very easily.

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The Elegant Lady’s Closet

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Silk Crossover Gown

The Elegant Lady’s Closet pattern has something for everyone! I took some designs I’d played around with years ago and turned them into a “mega pattern.” All of the pieces are totally correct for the time period and can be mixed and matched to create an entire wardrobe of gowns!

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Regency Spencer Jacket/Pelisse Pattern

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Photo by Gabi Reichert (http://www.5reicherts.com/)

I created this pattern by pulling research together from several sources (along with customer requests!). I studied a Spencer jacket in the D.A.R. Museum collection and one at the Valentine. I also drew from Janet Arnold’s wonderful Patterns of Fashion to create a versatile pattern for short jackets, long coats, and sleeveless pelisses or short gowns.

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Queen Anne’s Lace Gloves Crochet ePattern

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For the finishing touch to your outfit, fingerless gloves meet the protocol of your costume while providing practicality and freedom of fingers for those Jane Austen tea parties and needlework by firelight. Don’t let them intimidate you! These “Queen Anne’s Lace Gloves,” designed especially for beginners, are very easy and quick to make!

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Fleur de Lis Shawl ePattern

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You may not be able to buy a paisley or silk shawl, but with a luscious sport-weight alpaca yarn and this PDF pattern, you can make yourself a good substitute! The “Fleur-de-Lis Stole” is luxury itself, with a generous length for the classical Regency drape, and the combination of fleur-de-lis (a popular motif of the time) and a striking edging of fans and tassels.

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Girls’ Regency Dress Pattern

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Photo by Rebecca Suerdieck of http://www.perrincottage.com

The Girls’ Regency Dress is the perfect companion to the women’s pattern above and includes options for short sleeves, long sleeves, and undersleeves. There’s also an appendix that gives directions for making a “drawstring” look dress. Now available with sizes 12 and 14!

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Girls’ Pinafore & Pantaloons Pattern

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Photo by Lindsay Keen of http://www.deepsouthimages.net

I created the Girls’ Pinafore & Pantaloons pattern to work within several different eras and be versatile enough for play and dress-up! Pinafores are perfect over Regency and Romantic Era dresses, and pantaloons make it easy to run and play even in girly clothes.

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