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Pattern Review 2/17/14 7:39 AM
Reconstructing History - RH1090 Ladies' 1910s Evening Gown
Pattern Description: "You need our pattern for this stunning evening gown based on an original pattern from the 1910s. This elegant gown can be made a variety of ways so you don't have to worry about looking like everyone else at the Titanic ball. The pattern includes a fitted undergown with bon... more...
Pattern Review 12/30/13 0:10 AM
Butterick - 5603 misses dressRetro '56
Pattern Description: I made Dress C - "fitted dress with flared skirt, below mid-knee, have lined bodice, princess seams and side zipper" Pattern Sizing: I cut a size 10 Did it look like the photo/drawing on the pattern envelope once you were done sewing with it? Yes. Were the instructions ea... more...
Pattern Review 9/16/13 4:10 AM
Other - Post Edwardian LongLine C Post Edwardian LongLine Corset
Pattern Description: Post Edwardian Long Line Corset patterned from an original circa 1910-1914 cotton drill corset by blogger Bridges on the Body. Click above on 'Pattern Photo' to access the pattern. Waist 23 inches, underbust 28 inches, hips 36 inches Pattern Sizing: One size. As this is a pa... more...
Pattern Review 9/16/13 0:33 AM
Self Drafted Pattern - 198571-1001 1912-1913 Purple Day Dress
It all started with a few metres of purple cotton that had been sitting in my sewing stuff for over two years.At the time (now a few months ago) I had been watching a lot of Downton Abbey and when looking at the purple material and trying to work out what to do with it my mind went straight to the p... more...
Pattern Review 8/15/13 10:47 PM
No Pattern Used - 000000 Edwardian Combination Undies
So I didn't make this from a pattern, nor is it my own design. It's actually an alteration from an op-shop (thrift store) granny nightgown that I found. Before I went about transforming the nightie into something a little less hideous I wanted to do my research and try to make it as historically a... more...

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