Use the following pattern and links to create your own Regency styled masterpiece.
Posted in Fashion to Make Also tagged Ball, DIY, feathers, La Belle Assemblée, oriental, Pride and Prejudice, Regency, style, tie, tiy, turban
Sir Alexander Cheflas details his method for creating an authentic Regency inspired Roombox
Posted in Hands on Crafts Also tagged 1/12, box, CASSANDRA, chawton, Costume Cavalcade Dolls, create, Dangerous Connections, Darcy, dollhouse, greek, Jane Austen, miniatures, Pianist Katarzyna Kowalic, piano, Pride and Prejudice, Regency, room box, Sacred Passion
(duration 1 hour) Was it just, a splash of water on the face in the morning, a three mile walk and voila the Regency look; or was there more to it than that? Jodie Hollis talks about the products available and styles of make-up in 1813, plus who used them; and demonstrates how to achieve […]
a review of Scott D. Southard’s newest novel
It is amazing to me,how young ladies can have patience to be so very accomplished as they all are….They all paint tables, cover skreens, and net purses…
Posted in Hands on Crafts Also tagged accomplished, beetons book of needlwork, Diamond Netting, doily, instructions, Lace Edging, lace making, ladies, Mr Bingley, mrs beeton, net, netting, Open Lace, purse, reticule, Round Netting, Square Netting, tatting
A pretty past time for young ladies….
Show me the exact spot where Louisa Musgrove fell!