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The Sewphisticate: Costume Design Challenge: Day Four - Seven

I've joined the November Costume Design Challenge hosted by the famous & fabulous Lauren of Wearing History! And you can too by clicking on link above or official banner on the sidebar... Part I was posted last week, so here's part II featuring challenges four through seven. Let the designs begin! Challenge #4: On the Farm Please click for larger image. Definition: Farm (noun) - A tract of land, usually with a house, barn, silo, etc., on which crops and often livestock are raised for…

Edwardian Dress at the Monet Exhibit at the de Young Museum (Plus Butterick B6229 Pattern Hack) | Fresh Frippery

Last weekend my local costume guild organized an outing to see an exhibit of Monet paintings at the de Young Museum in San Francisco and I wore a dress made of blue cotton sateen and antique lace. …

"Wearing History #R101-Cordelia- Circa 1909-1914 Edwardian Skirt Pattern Multi-Size Waist 22\"-40\" Intermediate-Advanced Sewing Skill Recommended This listing is for an E-Pattern to print yourself at home on your home printer's USA letter and A4 sized paper. Now also includes A0 files to send away to a copy shop for wider format printing. --- DESCRIPTION --- A Resto-Vival pattern from the Edwardian period and is suitable for looks from 1909-1914. The skirt is in the Edwardian \"directoire\" sty

"Wearing History #R101-Cordelia- Circa 1909-1914 Edwardian Skirt Pattern Multi-Size Waist 22\"-40\" Intermediate-Advanced Sewing Skill Recommended This listing is for an E-Pattern to print yourself at home on your home printer's USA letter and A4 sized paper. Now also includes A0 files to send away to a copy shop for wider format printing. --- DESCRIPTION --- A Resto-Vival pattern from the Edwardian period and is suitable for looks from 1909-1914. The skirt is in the Edwardian \"directoire\"…

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Butterick  B4954  Making History Pattern Early by ThePatternShopp

Butterick B4954 Misses' / Misses' Petite Costume Copyright 2006 JACKET AND SKIRT: Jacket A: Lined to edge with contrast lining, has princess seams, back pleat underlay, gathered sleeves, stand-up collar and purchased trim. Skirt B: Back zipper, full gathers and waistband. Skirt C: Front and back darts, back zipper, waistband, flare bottom with a slight train and ribbon trim. FABRICS: Jacket A: Twill, Gabardine, Velvet, Velveteen, Brocade and Tapestry. Skirt B, C, Contrast Lining A: Cotton…