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Pattern Review 10/1/09 8:58 AM
Truly Victorian - TV490 1892 Evening Bodice
Pattern Description: Ladies late Victorian evening bodice Pattern Sizing: Sizing according to pattern directions. Did it look like the photo/drawing on the pattern envelope once you were done sewing with it? Yes. Were the instructions easy to follow? It took a couple of reads to understand what siz...more...
Pattern Review 9/12/09 8:05 AM
Truly Victorian - TV 292 Bell Skirt
I made the skirt from a Truly Victorian pattern TV 292 Bell Skirt. The base fabric is a gray colonial strip quilting cotton. The trim is 10 mts of light pink double faced satin ribbon and a beautiful grey vine jacquard ribbon. The underskirt is gray bemsilk andl olive cotton drill for the hem ruffle...more...
Pattern Review 9/12/09 7:53 AM
Truly Victorian - TV170 Victorian Petticoats
This is my interpretation of of the TV 170 petticoat view D. I made it out of poplin and it has three lines of white machine embroidery on the last tier. Each line of white work took 1 hour of sewing time. Did I like the pattern? Yes, it was easy to put together. After you have sewn a few skirts to...more...
Pattern Review 9/12/09 7:23 AM
Butterick - B4698 Misses Collars
Pattern Description: Ladies Victorian Collars from Making History Series designed by Rachel Wallis. Pattern Sizing: S, M, L Did it look like the photo/drawing on the pattern envelope once you were done sewing with it? Mine almost looks like the photo from the Butterick site. Were the instructions...more...
Pattern Review 7/27/09 6:38 AM
Sense & Sensibility - N/A Regency gown pattern
As always with any new pattern I have to fit my arms, chest, tummy and hips. This was the first attempt at constructing this pattern. The modifications were easily made if you know what to do with a pattern that has few drafting marks on each piece. The dress went together easily following the ins...more...
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