Hello, everyone! Welcome to June! It's hard to believe that it's already summer.
Things are quieter this month, as we've been spending more time in the garden and working on some fun goodies for later this season. Check out exactly what we've got going on below:
The Norland Frock Pattern is now available fin our shop for a paper pattern as well as an E-Pattern Download! This style of dress is called a "Slip" and was popular for small children to wear until 8-10 years old through the 1760s-1780s. This is another grow-with-me pattern, similar to the Longbourn Frock, where the gown is designed to be let out and adjusted so the garment may be used for 2-3 sizes.
"Little Shells" Lace Yardage now available for a dainty adornment to your cap kits, aprons, or any other application you can think of! This adorable lace is 3/8" wide and a lovely addition to your accessories.
We are still offering the Longbourn Infant Frock first run of the paper pattern at 50% off. This size packet (NB-2T) is discontinued, so if you know someone who might want to dabble in Regency clothing and has a little, little one, this is a great time to nab this pattern! Otherwise, we have the expanded size packs also available!
PATTERN TESTING: We're a little further behind than expected with Pattern R&D, so we will not have a new pattern available to test this month.
CLASS ANNOUNCEMENTS: In a week or two we will be listing two new classes to be set for late July. First will be a Historical Hair Curling Demonstration exploring historical means of achieving curls for the 18th and early 19th centuries. Second, we will be offering a Regency Cap Workshop for those wishing to learn how to draft and create a Regency Cap!
Have a great one and Happy Making!
~ Amber ~