1810 Regency Gown
I draped this gown based off an 1810 gown illustration in The Cut of Women's Clothes, by Norah Waugh. The gown is made from Swiss dot Voile and is 100% cotton. All of the ruffles are hand roll-hemmed (I spend a lot of time commuting!) and the gown is worn over period undergarments ( corset, chemise, and petticoat).
As a costume design student, I originally started this project to expand my resume. As a lucky coincidence It was completed right before halloween and I was able to wear it to two different events. First in it's "authentic" form, and then as a Crazed vampire bride.
Pattern or design used: My Own Design
Posted on Nov 10th, 2010 in sewing, design, garment construction, embellishments, reader's closet, , sleeve, hand stitching, Costume, vampire, draped patterns, roll hem, regency
Halloween Costume Contest
Did you make your Halloween costume this year? We want to see the crazy
and scary costumes made by our creative community.
Share your handmade costumes in our Halloween Costume gallery by 11:59pm, November 14, 2010, and you could be one of three winners to take home a Threads prize package.
One winner will be selected for each of the following categories:
Best Adult Costume
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