Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Making a Civil War Dress Part 3

So here it is the finished civil war day dress with collar and belt. The sleeves are full gathered bishop sleeves that gather into the armhole as well as into a cuff.
Here is another angle of the dress. The belt and the collar are detachable and add to the look of the dress.

Here is an up close look at the belt and the fabric. I went with an embrodered white fabric for the belt. I thought it brought out the paisleys in the civil war day dress.
Sorry for leaving everyone hanging on the last part "Making a Civil War Dress". We are change internet providers and I have not had internet connection the last couple of days. I should be back up and running next week with some more Victorian Era Blog post. Thanks so much for following.


Deanna said...

This is so neat!
Sure like your dress.

Pam Walter said...

Wonderful! Looks like it was made in the mid-1800s. Thanks for showing us the finished product. www.satisfiedsole.com

Frugal New England Kitchen said...

So beautiful! We have Civil War Reinactments in my town here in New England!

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