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Regency Tutorial The Oregon Regency Society ~ Northwest Chapter: Achieving a proper fit with Regency stays.

Regency Tutorial The Oregon Regency Society ~ Northwest Chapter: Achieving a proper fit with Regency stays.

Abito femminile di gala early 19th c. I get all excited when I see this sort of construction detail--until I realize I don't have a maid!

Abito femminile di gala early 19th c. I get all excited when I see this sort of construction detail--until I realize I don't have a maid!

Diary of a Mantua Maker: Below the Gown - strapped petticoat die Unschuld

Diary of a Mantua Maker: Below the Gown - strapped petticoat die Unschuld

Kleidung um 1800: 'Short Stays' Studies - Schnürleib Studien

Kleidung um 1800: 'Short Stays' Studies - Schnürleib Studien

regency chemise pattern | Simplifying the Search for Undergarment Patterns – Chemise & Drawers ...

regency chemise pattern | Simplifying the Search for Undergarment Patterns – Chemise & Drawers ...

White woven striped cotton gown, ca. 1808. U of Washington. CF bodice opening, high neckline gathered into a collar band/ruff. Smooth waist, ruffle down CF. Very tiny CB piece, regular SB. Puffed upper sleeve; very fitted and shaped lower sleeve. Rectangular back skirt, tiny concave waist, pleated to fit. Shaped CF and SF skirt pieces, drop-front, with edge ties to meet at back waist.

White woven striped cotton gown, ca. 1808. U of Washington. CF bodice opening, high neckline gathered into a collar band/ruff. Smooth waist, ruffle down CF. Very tiny CB piece, regular SB. Puffed upper sleeve; very fitted and shaped lower sleeve. Rectangular back skirt, tiny concave waist, pleated to fit. Shaped CF and SF skirt pieces, drop-front, with edge ties to meet at back waist.

18th century jacket pattern - the elbow part is the same as Claire's (blue) jacket from the 2nd half season. The back part gives a nice alteration to the #Outlander style

Flowery cotton Jacket (18th century)

18th century jacket pattern - the elbow part is the same as Claire's (blue) jacket from the 2nd half season. The back part gives a nice alteration to the #Outlander style

Pattern for an 1809 Brown Wool Gown In the Collection of  the Missouri Historical Society (1954.121.24). Apron front skirt, CF opening bodice. Square neck, regular back and SB pieces, straight shoulder straps. Sleeve straight and piece. (Elbow length? Looks short.) 3 26" skirt panels, 1" deep pleats every .75". One .5" tuck 2.5" from hem. CF skirt drawstring, ties over bodice.

Pattern for an 1809 Brown Wool Gown In the Collection of the Missouri Historical Society (1954.121.24). Apron front skirt, CF opening bodice. Square neck, regular back and SB pieces, straight shoulder straps. Sleeve straight and piece. (Elbow length? Looks short.) 3 26" skirt panels, 1" deep pleats every .75". One .5" tuck 2.5" from hem. CF skirt drawstring, ties over bodice.