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How to Make a Drop-Front Bodice with the Regency Gown Pattern | GENIUS, a beautiful dress that is nursing friendly.

How to Make a Drop-Front Bodice with the Regency Gown Pattern

How to Make a Drop-Front Bodice with the Regency Gown Pattern ~ Sense & Sensibility Patterns

Cape (image 1) | British | 1795-1800 | silk | Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: 2009.300.3890

Silk cape, British, Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection, The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

A cotton printed cotton day dress, circa 1820, roller-printed with teal-blue flowerheads and wine scrolling grasses, empire line with puff sleeves, flounces to neck and cuffs, piped bands to hem

Item Description: A cotton printed cotton day dress, circa roller-printed with teal-blue flowerheads and wine scrolling grasses, empire line with puff sleeves, flounces to neck and cuffs, piped bands to hem

Detail of common woman's wool dress, Danish, early 19th century. Nationalmuseum, Copenhagen, nr. W23b.   The whole dress can be seen here: http://natmus.dk/historisk-viden/temaer/modens-historie/1790-1840/groen-chemisekjole/

back of regency dress. Bodice line curves up a little, and there is a casing on the back panel for a drawstring that ties around the front. This could come in handy when making dress for large antique doll.

Historikal-Modiste: Regency Shirt for Sleeveless Gowns

Historikal-Modiste: Regency Shirt for Sleeveless Gowns Met Museum

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The Story of a Seamstress: Three New Regency Dresses

Dress, 1790-1815, Documentation Centre ja Textile Museum - CDMT

Dress, 1790-1815, Documentation Centre ja Textile Museum - CDMT

: A whitework embroidered open robe, circa 1785-95, embroidered with floral sprigs, the 3/4 length sleeves with latticed blind tuck pleating, un-boned English back, short front closing bodice panels, side ties to waist, trained skirt Condition Report: Good condition, extra small tri-angular section of cotton has been added to the centre back by the original owner who presumably put on weight, otherwise original and un-altered , a couple of small rust spots, good condition

A whitework embroidered open robe, circa

Muslin evening gown with cashmere shawl c. 1800 The Victoria and Albert Museum

Place of origin: India (textile, made) England, Great Britain (gown, made) Date: ca. 1800 (made)Gown

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