Lily Schmetterling

Lily Schmetterling

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Easy Barn Door Paint and Install.

This rustic sliding barn door is as functional as it is stylish. Use a fresh coat of BEHR Paint in your favorite color to make this easy project fit in with the rest of your home’s design style.

This Regency corset pattern was created by me, Deb Salisbury, owner of The Mantua-Maker Historical Sewing Patterns. I designed the busk, but another company makes it. The simple chemise-like garment of the early 19th century was worn over a chemise and petticoat -- and a corset, if she was over 17 years or a size A bust. The fashionable silhouette cannot be achieved if the bounce remains when the dancing stops. The long corset went out of fashion for a while, but came back with a vengeance…

This Regency era corset pattern was created by me, Deb Salisbury, owner of The Mantua-Maker Historical Sewing Patterns. The simple

Spencer's Mercantile Regency Sewing Patterns 1812

The Oregon Regency Society ~ Northwest Chapter: An Overview of Regency Stays/Corsets

How to make Half Stays :) scroll down for the English translation.

Kleidung um Half Stays a la Paresseuse, The front of the ca. late half stays a la Paresseuse. Instead of the busk four rows of plastic boning are sewn in.

Evening Dress 1818 The Victoria & Albert Museum

Evening dress Place of origin: England (made) Date: ca. 1818 (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Machine made silk net, embroidered with silk, trimmed with satin decoration, wired epaulettes, hand-sewn

1811. Tulip short sleeves.

historicalfashion: Fashion plate, 1811 French school painting of a Girl with a Lyre, These dresses aren’t exactly the same, but so similar!

Morning dress, 1805-1808; Historic New England 1950.59

Cream linen w/ brown checks large and small, drawstring neckline, 6 pearl buttons at back, 1 tuck at hem.