Sari Regency Gown | Spring 2011

Fabric: A maroon and gold art silk sari for one, olive green silk charmeuse for the other
Pattern: Draped by me.
Inspiration: The Sailing Masters of 1812 Regency Ball in Essex, CT this May.
Status: 04.17.11 - in progress

Navy Blue and Cream 18th Century Robe l'Anglaise | Spring 2011

Fabric: Navy blue silk charmeuse, cream silk twill
Pattern: Draped by me.
Inspiration: I wanted a gown that did it's best to look like a navy uniform. This dress is blatantly intended for my character in a 7th Sea LARP, but will likely end up making an appearance at a legit reenacting event or two.
Status: 04.17.11 - in progress

Copper 18th Century Robe l'Anglaise | Fall/Winter 2010

Fabric: Copper silk shantung
Pattern: Draped by me.
Inspiration:Commission for a friend from reenacting
Status: Completed, sold and worn.



Pride - 18th Century Robe l'Anglaise

Fabric: Emerald green silk taffeta
Pattern: J. P. Ryan Robe l'Anglaise, heavily modified.
Inspiration:The Duchess, ball scene in Bath
Doing double duty for the Northeast Event 2009 and various reenacting events.

Status: Constructed, lined, awaiting trim, closures, finishing touches, and petticoat.

Update: 11.23.09 - Finished, though a bit too big now due to weight loss.

Red Brocade Robe l'Anglaise | November 2006, December 2007, August 2009

Fabric: Garnet red and gold brocade - synthetic
Pattern: J. P. Ryan Robe l'Anglaise

Made with reenacting in mind, but ended up being worn as a LARP costume..

Update, November 2009: Destroyed and used for the red Elizabethan overskirt.

1790s Chemise a la Reine | March 2009

Fabric: white cotton muslin
Pattern: Rocking Horse Farm Chemise a la Reine (modified)

For the 1797 Siege of San Juan, April 2009.


Champagne Robe a l'Anglaise and matching petticoat | December 2008

Fabric: Pale blue and champagne gold acetate brocade
Pattern: J. P. Ryan Robe a l'Anglaise

For the regimental dinner, January 2009.

Plum Silk Robe a l'Anglaise | December 2008

Fabric: Pale blue and champagne gold acetate brocade
Pattern: J. P. Ryan Robe a l'Anglaise

For the regimental dinner, January 2009.


1770s Blue Linen Polonaise | August 2006

Fabric: Dark blue linen
Pattern: J.P. Ryan - Robe l'Anglaise

Made and worn for reenacting.


Gold Caraco Jacket and matching petticoat | February 2005

Fabric: Gold cotton brocade
Pattern: J. P. Ryan Caraco Jacket

Made and worn for reenacting. This was the first period thing I ever attempted on my own.