$95.00– Sold Out
Workshop starts Monday, November 2nd, 2020
The English gown is a common garment worn by all socio-economic levels in the 18th century. Distinguished by its stitched back pleats, its bodice could be made with a stomacher and robings or could be center front closing. Join mantua-maker Brooke Welborn to explore the mysteries of the 18th century methods and techniques used to create this ubiquitous garment.
In this workshop participants will:
This is a LEVEL 2 workshop; good hand sewing skills are required. Participants should have produced an article of simple 18th century clothing (any of the items from our Sew Alongs would qualify). While this workshop is conducted in half-size, the instructions can be used to create a full-sized garment if the participant already has a well fitted bodice pattern or shape.
SOLD OUT - Stayed tuned for an update later this week.