Decade by decade breakdown of regency styles, including details of seam placement.

historical sewing tutorial Decade by decade breakdown of regency styles, including details of seam placement.

How to Make a Bodiced Petticoat from the Regency Gown Pattern -Sense & Sensibility Patterns

How to Make a Bodiced Petticoat from the Regency Gown Pattern

How to Make a Bodiced Petticoat from the Regency Gown Pattern ~ Sense & Sensibility Patterns

Ladies' Round or Trained Gown c.1800-1810. Bib or Apron Front Gown opens on both sides of the front. Three options for sleeves, bodice and skirt.

Laughing Moon #126 Ladies' Round & Trained Gown Pattern

Detail, roller printed Regency day gown.

Regency Fashion: Printed Cotton Fabrics

18th and 19th Century: Cravat Tying Tips for the Georgian or Regency Gent...

and Century: Cravat Tying Tips for the Georgian or Regency Gent.

This listing is for an individually-sized paper Regency Stays pattern. These patterns are appropriate for corsets from 1800-1820's, for Regency, Empire, and Napoleonic eras. This long stays pattern al

Regency Stays Pattern -- Individually Sized Paper Pattern

Regency Stays Regency Corset White Cotton Ready to Ship Historical Undergarment Underpinning Jane Austen Empire Napoleonic Style Corset

Ever wonder what a chemisette looks like? They come in many shapes, but all serve the same purpose: Filling in open necklines of Regency-era gowns. This one is made of white cambric and is dated between 1800-1825.

Chemisette - Made from white cambric. Dated Snowshill Wade Costume Collection, National Trust Inventory # . Also on pages 50 and object B, of Janet Arnold's 'Patterns of Fashion Ruffled collar!

Regency dresses - summary of possible closures for cross-over bodices

Regency cross-over front closing gowns

Regency dresses - summary of possible closures for cross-over bodices

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