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Edwardian clothing

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Edwardian Neckwear: Collars, Jabots & Fichus - Sew Historically

Neckwear was an important accessory in the Edwardian era. Jabots, collars, ties and scarfs lend variety to the severe shirtwaist, add a splash of color to dark wool dresses and help to keep the dress clean. Collars were usually detachable in the Edwardian era, ‘since the collar soils so much sooner than the waist.’ (Los … Continue reading Edwardian Neckwear: Collars, Jabots & Fichus →

1900s Brown Bolero Jacket

The night before the photoshoot of my new Edwardian shirtwaist and skirt, I decided I also needed a jacket (I know – Crazy!). So while adding buttons to the blouse, I also drafted a quick pat…

Edwardian plus size blue dress handmade in England Lady Mary inspired Downton Abbey 1912 gown Gibson girl

Edwardian evening blue dress plus size will make a gorgeous wedding dress for an alternative wedding. Lady Mary of Downton Abbey could also wear it to a dinner. This dress was actually inspired by Downton Abbey dress because I made it in green at first. And the green dress was closely based on one of Lady Mary's dresses. The dress was a huge success but as not everyone looks good in green - myself included - I used different colour schemes. So I made this dress in this beautiful shade of…

It's done! My high-waist Edwardian Skirt is done, and with it the petticoat to go underneath. Both the petticoat and skirt were made with the 10-gore skirt pattern from Truly Victorian. I made the ...

It’s done! My high-waist Edwardian Skirt is done, and with it the petticoat to go underneath. Both the petticoat and skirt were made with the 10-gore skirt pattern from Truly Victorian. I mad…

Pour La Victoire: Victorian/Edwardian Kitchen Apron Tutorial & Pattern

I designed this apron by looking at examples of similar aprons in drawings, books, and magazines from the 1890s-1900s. Often referred to as a nurse's apron or kitchen apron, the bib and full skirt help protect your garment from dirt and grime. We might refer to a garment like this as a "pinafore apron" today! This style of apron is perfect for a Downton Abbey cosplay or Alice in Wonderland cosplay. It's a neat and functional apron for use in modern kitchens, too! This apron is an easy…