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Beautiful embroidered sleeve detail - Regency period dress. Jane Austen, anyone?

Beautiful embroidered sleeve detail - Regency period dress. Jane Austen, anyone?

Court gown from Empress Josephine

Court gown from Empress Josephine

Cover the eyelets on a corset with embroidery thread in a contrasting colour. Cute idea that I may try out if I get time when making my corset!

Cover the eyelets on a corset with embroidery thread in a contrasting colour. Cute idea that I may try out if I get time when making my corset!

Hiya All. I though I would try and make a visual tutorial of flossing. I am illustrating 2 different methods, that creates slightly different visual impact. EDIT: This tutorial is not meant to be "the only true way" of flossing. My methods may or may not be historically correct, and there are…

Hiya All. I though I would try and make a visual tutorial of flossing. I am illustrating 2 different methods, that creates slightly different visual impact. EDIT: This tutorial is not meant to be "the only true way" of flossing. My methods may or may not be historically correct, and there are…

Corset flossing samples

Corset flossing samples

Dress, 1805-1810, At the beginning of the nineteenth century, whitework became the favored embellishment for fashionable Grecian-style gowns, the latest fashion, with low necks and high waists. The neo-classical design at the skirt's center front echoes the delicate swags on embroidered pictures, while the sheer gauze fabric (which required a solid color underdress to avoid indecent exposure) recalls the floating train on the Egyptian princess's dress in Ruth Green Barber's Moses picture.

Dress, 1805-1810, At the beginning of the nineteenth century, whitework became the favored embellishment for fashionable Grecian-style gowns, the latest fashion, with low necks and high waists. The neo-classical design at the skirt's center front echoes the delicate swags on embroidered pictures, while the sheer gauze fabric (which required a solid color underdress to avoid indecent exposure) recalls the floating train on the Egyptian princess's dress in Ruth Green Barber's Moses picture.

A silver-strip embroidered muslin dress, circa 1805-10 Kerry Taylor Auctions

A silver-strip embroidered muslin dress, circa 1805-10 Kerry Taylor Auctions

Réunion des Musées Nationaux-Grand Palais -

Réunion des Musées Nationaux-Grand Palais -

1810-15

1810-15