Make easy Regency with our Morning Dress!
At the turn of the 19th century, many things were changing and fashion was indicative of these things. Diaphanous white muslin dresses with very little structure became the norm. One of the staples of this time period is the white muslin day dress. Adorned with fine tucks, whitework, or insertion lace, the true beauty of the gown was the excellence of the sheer muslin fabric and its beautiful simplicity. The fineness of stitching of the seams and gathering is exquisite and shows all your skill.
Our easy-to-use pattern, based on extant and pictorial examples, helps you make your own lady's Day Dress or Morning Gown circa 1800.
Fits busts 30"- 50". All sizes in one envelope.
Also included are assembly instructions, embellishment suggestions, and the extensive historical notes you've come to expect from Reconstructing History.
Suggested Fabrics: diaphanous silk, linen, cotton
Notions: thread, two buttons
Yardage Requirements: 6 yds at least 54” wide
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