Well, there goes another one! The Middle Class Elizabethan gown I wrote about not two days ago just sold from Etsy this evening, woohoo! So now it’s time to list another!
This time it’s a costume very dear to my heart, my first really *good* costume, the Christmas plaid Dickens Fair dress.
I made this costume in four days, in the middle of finals, because I had nothing to wear to Dickens and I was working the fair that year, in the Dickens Family Parlour.
The fabric, which I’m still in love with, is a plaid jacquard I picked up for $3/yd at a discount upholstery store, and the pattern was a new Simplicity pattern that year, and I waited WEEKS for it to go on sale!
Here are a couple pictures of me wearing the gown. I made a matching bonnet and fur-trimmed half-cape to go with it, and I felt oh-so-pretty mincing around Dickens Fair 🙂
It’s time for it to go, though. After four years of wearing this same gown, it’s time for something new! I’ll be sorry to see it off, but I know it will be going to a good home, and will be well-loved!
Listed on Etsy: click here