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Tambour Work

… another way to embellish the white-on-white gowns popular during the Regency Continue reading

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Jane-O-Lantern: Picture Your Pumpkin Two Ways

Decorate for fall with these festive, Austen inspired pumpkin ideas. Continue reading

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Staying Sharp with Jane Austen

create some Austen wrapped pencils and keep your muse close by! Continue reading

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Regency Cold Cream: Preserve a Pristine Complexion

“How very ill Eliza Bennet looks this morning, Mr. Darcy,” she cried; “I never in my life saw any one so much altered as she is since the winter. She is grown so brown and coarse! Louisa and I were … Continue reading

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Make an Heirloom Style Baby Bonnet

Easy instructions for an adorable bonnet
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How to Cut a Silhouette

A Regency Portrait Pastime
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How to Make Soap

Make your own hand milled soap
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The Baker

I suppose, you will be going to Streatham, to see quiet Mr. Hill and eat very bad baker’s bread.
Jane Austen to Cassandra, November 3, 1813 Continue reading

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The Straw-Hat-Maker

The labourers behind High Fashion
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The Jeweller

“What pin-money, what jewels, what carriages you will have!” Continue reading

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