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Written by Cathy Hay
The construction of gowns in this era is often complex - but with the original gown as a reference, this dress can be rebuilt piece by piece.
Written by Lisha Vidler
Lisha completes her investigation into this attractive style by showing us how to create a crisp and polished finished waterfall.
A famous sketch of a beautiful period gown is re-united with its real life counterpart, and is then accurately recreated as new.
Written by Marion McNealy
Cynthia Settje has made a successful career sewing for theater and historical costumers. What advice does she have for us?
A little known 1890s Worth afternoon dress, a crisply constructed 1880s tailor-made, and Titanic era lace dresses!
Written by Charlotte Thomasius
Patterning and observing the fit and style of a properly made pair of trousers for the gentleman of the 1840s. With drafting instructions.
The most eye-catching Victorian skirts are the most maddening to drape just right! Here's the insider trick to the waterfall skirt.
Written by Serena Dyer
The nuts and bolts of Regency: how to be original, innovative AND authentic when Regency costumes are so often reproduced.
Written by Astrida Schaeffer
In the 1810s and 1820s rouleaux, or bias tubes of fabric, were a go-to trend for trimmings. Astrida shows us some inspirational examples.
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