39 beautiful free printable Regency Needlework Patterns (from Ackermann's Repository 1826 - shared by Evelyn Kennedy Duncan.


Gown Place of origin: England, Great Britain (textile, block printing) Date: (block printing) 1780 - 1785 (sewing) 1785 - 1790 (altered)

Textile Oberkampf * cotton - block printed on plain weave White fragment with a detached design of multicolored flower clusters, berries and seed pods arranged in staggered rows.

Dutch fabric - close up of short gown fabric (linen) Specified as being of Dutch origin by Meg Andrews, we saw a number of prints of this quality and character, some on linen, some on Lancanshire "cotton, in our Foundling research.

Detail, silk Neoclassical c. 1810 dress, probably French. The verdant green leaves & vines meander across the garment. Museum of Art Acc b

Pages from Archibald Hamilton Rowan’s scrapbook showing the small repeats and stripes used in dress fabrics.

Dress Date: Culture: French Medium: cotton, flax Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 7 in. cm) Length (b): 43 in. cm) Credit Line: Purchase, Irene Lewisohn and Alice L. Crowley Bequests, 1983 Accession Number: b