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As promised the first jacket mock-up:

discared to divine

*Edit* To get the pattern, I mashed together directions from my apparel arts textbook, and Period Costumes for Stage and Screen.

More: )

95% DONE

Sep. 2nd, 2010 08:38 am
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Last Thursday I had my final fitting/dress try on with Suzie at Apparel Arts.

BEHOLD the almost completeness!

regency,swiss dot gown,cut of womens clothes

More pics+ Info! )
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Before:regency,coutil,stays,busk

After:regency,coutil,stays,busk

I finally got a chance to take pictures outside in good lighting :)

(I Also finished my Regency Chemise- pictures!)

Drape and Finished  )
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It's official, I picked a dress ( my first Regency gown!) Specifically it's the 1810 Gown from page 158 of The Cut of Woman's Clothes which is an un-gridded pattern with little indication of grain.

regency,diagrams,period costumes for stage and screen

I started by draping the dress over my stays and mannequin, and then I realized I was using grain lines I had assumed based on modern standards, especially around the neckline. So I made a post over in DressDiaries_So:http://community.livejournal.com/dressdiaries_so/20330.htmlam Asking opinions.

Drape etc  )

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