Show & Tell

Sarah’s Regency Ball Ensemble

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Sleeveless Spencer

I got my sister and myself tickets to an upcoming Regency ball. And I hadn’t a clue what I was going to wear. Anything that I would choose would have to be altered (losing 30 lbs. will make your entire wardrobe not fit anymore). Now would be an excellent time to see if there was any hope for that light green damask crossover dress. Read more…

Regency Wedding

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Regency Spencer jacket

I was to attend a wedding with Regency period as a theme. It was wonderful with dances and all and finally I took the time to make a dress and a jacket for the period. This will come in handy as I also attend roleplaying games from time to time and Regency dance. Read more…

Tracy’s Darling Edwardian Apron

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Girl's Edwardian Apron

My youngest was wanting a new apron for Christmas. She helps me bake for the farmers market in the summer. This pattern was perfect! She picked the fabric (a little house on the prairie print by Andover). It turned out so cute. I bound the edges on the outside of the skirt for extra detail (this was a yellow/gold print from my stash). Can’t wait for her to open it on Christmas. Read more…

Rebecca’s Regency Nightgown

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Girls' Regency Nightgown Closeup

My 10 year old daughter requested a long-sleeved flannel nightgown, so the search began! I was aghast at the cost of a ready-made flannel gown, so I started the search for an appropriate pattern.

I am NOT a highly experienced sewer, but I was willing to give this a try! After communicating with Jennie (who provided incredibly kind encouragement), I felt confident I could complete this project utilizing the Girls’ Regency Gown Pattern.

All I can say is “WOW!” The process of printing, piecing & cutting this pattern was so incredibly easy. The dress came together like a dream. Read more…