Sense & Sensibility Pattern Reviews

These patterns are drafted well, and go together easily. She does offer advise on how to stitch the garments using historical methods. Her patterns do come in all sizes, and she offers patterns from several eras, from the late 1700′s up to the 1940′s. I do look forward to expanding my collection of her patterns.

(Listed in order of when it was made)

Regency Underthings

Highly Recommended (Chemise)

I love this pattern! This is a very easy and straight forward pattern. The instructions are great, with helpful illustrations. This pattern consists of only 5 pattern pieces: front, back, sleeve, sleeve gusset and bias tape piece. For my chemise, I did use pre-made bias tape, just to save time. I was able to make this from beginning to end in about 3 hours. This garment is made from poly/cotton broadcloth.

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