Pelisse with military inspired trimming

Tweet I haven’t been posting alot of sewing projects on here for a while, but I’ll change that by writing about the outift I made and wore for this years Jane Austen festival. Wearing my new outfit in Bath I’ve had a plan in the back of my head for a long time now of making myself a pelisse, a wool pelisse with military inspired trims and decoration. For some reason I have kept putting it off, but now the time had come to make something of my idea. With most of the things I have made I have looked … Continue reading

Bath part 7 – not one but TWO Regency Balls!

Tweet Last post for this years Jane Austen Festival. The Friday dawned and there was excitement in the air, the ball day had arrived! Last year, some of you may remember, the Farthingale ball in the Assembly Rooms was on the first day of the festival, the same day as the promenade, and then the masked ball in the Pump Room was towards the end of the week. This year they were both at the end of the week, one after the other. On Friday evening first was the masked ball in the Pump Room. I really loved this ball … Continue reading

Bath part 6 – Dancing and playing games

Tweet Finally on the Thursday it was time for some dancing! There really is something special about dancing, it’s fun and makes you feel good! This event was called “As danced in 1812” and it was the Jane Austen Dancers of Bath who taught this workshop. They did a similar workshop last year which I attended and which was very fun, if terribly, terribly hot due to the fact that it was then held in a far too small room (for the number of people who were attending) in the basement of an old church. The ventilation in this room … Continue reading

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