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Pattern Reviews> Simplicity> 4092 (18th Century Costume)

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Posted on:2/7/09 12:16 PM
Review Rating: Very Helpful by 6 people   
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twen2ythr3e said... (4/28/15 6:52 AM) Reply
Not your favourite period! I *LOVE* that period. Especially the mens coats/jackets. I would love to make one of them up for me.
Slyvchan said... (2/9/09 9:23 PM) Reply
Wonderful! Your hoops turned out far better than mine :) Great job!
fourkid said... (2/8/09 8:54 AM) Reply
Very, very nice.
MCBurbage said... (2/7/09 9:27 PM) Reply
The picture does not show the gown. This picture shows chemise, stays, pocket hoops, and petticoats. There is a picture showing the gown in my review of Simplicity 3637. I base my statement that the gown is too short in front on the way the hem hangs and the way the skirt attached to the dress. I assumed that more formal gowns were meant to sweep the floor even if daywear did not. This may be a faulty assumption.
arianamaniacs said... (2/7/09 3:49 PM) Reply
Absolutely gorgeous! The gown in your picture is not too short at all, in fact, a period gown would be a little longer than ankle length, in order to show off the expensive shoes they wore. Another hint, on my pocket hoops, I went to the hardware store and bought the longest plastic cable zip ties I could find, cut them to length and inserted those in the tunnels. Sometimes I find rigiline to be too weak for the weight on the skirts and the hoops would collapse.
CurlyCrafter said... (2/7/09 12:35 PM) Reply
What a stunning costume! Wow - great job!
Tiner W said... (2/7/09 12:25 PM) Reply
Wow! Beautiful!
 
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