Sunday, June 5, 2011

Guest Posting and My Regency Dress

I have been asked by Charity at Austenitis to post on her blog while she's unable to, along with Miss Bennet from Elegance of Fashion. I will be doing that this week, and when I write a post for hers I'll link to it right here. If nothing else, I will have it for my personal reference. ;-)
Introduction post (interview)
Anne of Green Gables (movie)
Anne of Green Gables: The Sequel
Bleak House (mini-series)
The Love Letter (movie)
Sense and Sensibility Comparison: Part I *
Sense and Sensibility Comparison: Part II *
Sense and Sensibility Comparison: Part III *
Sense and Sensibility Comparison: Part IV *
* with Miss Bennet from Elegance of Fashion

The other thing - I wanted to have a picture of myself in my Regency-styled dress for my profile, and I thought I might as well put a bigger picture on this post too, for anybody interested. Yes, I made the dress, and the hat too. =)


Miss Elizabeth Bennet said...

That's awesome! Did you use a pattern for the Regency dress? Which one?

Charity U said...

Love the dress and hat. :) Truly delightful. :)

Thanks for posting about posting...I appreciate it. :)

Melody said...

Miss Bennet: This is the pattern I used:

And thanks, you two. :)

Melody said...

Miss Bennet: Oh, and it's the long sleeved one, in case you couldn't tell. I just made the sleeves shorter.

Miss Elizabeth Bennet said...

I have that pattern! It's a good pattern.

Anonymous said...

Awesome Dress!

Abby said...

Lovely, so elegant! :)


Miss Laurie said...

Melody, I enjoyed reading your interview with Charity U over at Austenitis and learning more about you! I look forward to reading your guests posts there!

Your dress is so lovely! I really like the fabric color and the lace accents. And a bonnet too, how lovely! Oooh, that's the Regency dress pattern from Sense & Sensibility Patterns! I really admire you ladies who can sew and make such lovely things!

~Miss Laurie
Old-Fashioned Charm

Melody said...

Liz, Abby, and Miss Laurie:
Thank you very much! I'm hoping to make a ball-gown type Regency dress before too long.

Bama said...


Miss Dashwood said...

*looks at picture of yard and gate*

*looks at picture of hat*


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