19th century

1862 dress

Pattern used:
self draftet (based on instructions in Wiener Modenzeitung)

Fabric used:
poly jaquard
cotton (Blouse+lining)
black poly trim

A walk in Lainz and a pattern from 1862

1830s Plaid dress

Pattern used:
self draftet (based on crinoline bodice)

Fabric used:
plaid cotton
silk organza
black cotton (lining)

A 1830s dress with 3m of fabric in 3 days
Pictures of the 1830s dress

Seaside dress (1875)

Pattern used:
self draftet (based on Demel bustle)

Fabric used:
cotton
poly satin ribbon

A day in Opatija
Picnic in Bad Ischl


Demel bustle (1875)

Pattern used:
self drafted

Fabric used:
viscose taffeta
poly/wool blend (skirt)

A visit to Demel


1860s crinoline

Pattern used:
Truly Victorian (crinoline)
Redthreaded (corset)
self drafted (bodice, skirt)

Fabric used:
poly/cotton blend (petticoat)
satin coutil (corset)
cotton (bodice and skirt)

Making of: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
Laxenburg


1840s romantic era

Pattern used:
Redthreaded (corset)
self drafted (bodice, skirt, corded petticoat)

Fabric used:
satin coutil (corset)
cotton (bodice and skirt, corded petticoat)

Making of: Diving into the romantic era


Luise of Prussia

Pattern used:
Based on Nehlenia Patterns

Fabric used:
cotton and silk ribbon

Sommerfrische ball


19th century top hat

Fabric used:
Wool felt
Silk satin
cotton ribbon

Millinery Course


Red/Blue Bustle

Pattern used
Truly Victorian

Fabric used:
red and blue polyester taffeta


Winter Bustle

Pattern used:
Truly Victorian

Fabric used:
dark blue wool


Romantic era

Pattern used:
Butterick 5832

Fabric used:
printed polyester


Empire in plaid

Pattern used:
Patterns of fashion 1

Fabric used:
cotton plaid