An Afternoon at the Beach

 Wading in Lake Michigan

Ember's-Back-View

Elizabeth-Looking-for-Somet

It was a beautiful day that we had playing on the beach.  I only wish that our camera was more cooperative for most of my photo’s turned out fuzzy.

Here the girls are playing in their Regency Dresses.  The pattern is by Sense & Sensibility Patterns. 

Our daughter in the photo on the top left is wearing an 18th century shift under her bodice.  The shift pattern in Kannik’s Korner.  It is the Second Half of the 18th Century (1750-1800) English Style Shift (Chemise).  The bodice, pleated skirt, and the apron are patterns that I designed.

You can purchase the patterns through the companies mentioned.  The fabric can be purchased here.  Look on the side bar for more information.

 On the Move

 

Emma-Walking-on-the-BeachFabrics used were:

Pleated Skirt:  Green Linen

Apron:  Green Dupioni

Shift:  White Linen

 Bodice:  Champagne Dupioni

 

 

Regency:  Solid Green Cotton (above left), Brown Linen with Antiqued Cotton Underdress (top right), Snowy Wonderland (top center – picture on the right) 

 

 Just Running Around Link

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~ by sandypeterson on August 25, 2009.

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