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Regency

Inspiration: DFWCG Regency Dinner Party Available Regency Patterns: Laughing Moon Bib Front #126 *New – WANT Past Patterns #031: Circa 1796-1806 Lewis & Clark Era: Empire Gown Period Impressions 1809 Daywear Pattern Period Impressions 1812 Bib Dress Pattern Sense & Sensibility Regency Patterns Regency Wardrobe by La Mode Bagatelle *One of my FAVORITES Made both … Continue reading »

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Austenland

My good friend Kendra & I went to see Austenland this past Saturday. I wore my new Regency brassiere. I tied the bottom too tight in the fear that it might slip. 🙁 Besides that, it was very comfortable. The movie was an absolute hoot! Kendra and I had a great time and we got … Continue reading »

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New Regency

Here are some photos of my new regency duds. The brassier is based off of the one here: http://www.19thus.com/WomensClothing/Kyoto_Museum_Wrap_Brassiere.html which is based on the one at the Kyoto Costume Institute. (2 layers of cotton canvas and small zip ties for boning) The dress is from the Ravenrook La Mode Bagatelle Regency Wardrobe pattern. It’s the same … Continue reading »

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Regency Brassiere

In progress Regency brassiere based on the one from the Kyoto Costume Institute. 2 layers of cotton canvas, boned with small zip ties, edges bound with cotton bias tape. I’ll take some finished photos this weekend. 🙂

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