Here it is…
Lady Devereux and I in her parlor. She is wearing her beautiful 1870’s reproduction that she has been working on most of the year. Her gown was stunning.
Gorgeous, as always! And very inspirational for those of us getting ready to work on 1912 gowns for April
Absolutely stunning! I want a 1912 gown so badly...!
I think they are both beautiful and I especially love yours. It makes you look very regal. Good job, both of you. Richard from My Old Historic House.
Oh Lauren, it came out so, so beautifully! It is absolutely gorgeous and you look beautiful. Will more of these style gowns be in your future? :)
beautiful. i have been following your blog for a while and am in complete awe of your work. this dress makes me wish i knew how to sew.
Truly lovely...I love how the different layers let the silk and chiffon sparkle. Very elegant!Sabine
It's very pretty, you work really fast!
I agree with The Lady Ship! That was fast! And, m'dear it came out beautifully! I am inspired. I will be attending the GBACG's Titanic event so, I am ready to get going on my dress. The event is in March but given my work life, I will need to start early. Lauren, congrats on the successfully work! Beautiful!
Lovely! And the house you are in is to die for!
Beautiful! I just finished a dress from the same S&S pattern this month! I have pictures over here:http://www.edelweisspatterns.com/blog/?p=1465Happy sewing!Katrina
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