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Short Regency stay

What kind of garment is the Short Regency stay?

It's perfect for clothing (underwear) between 1800 and 1820. We have made the pattern following a historical perspective, however we have followed a more simplified sewing method of making it so that a greater number of people can use it.
This type of stay is essential to obtain the silhouette of the regency. You will have seen this type of silhouette in series or movies like The Bridgertons or Emma.

 

However, from my perspective, it is also a very nice garment that you can make in current fabrics to wear over blouses or dresses. Depending on the fabric you can get a more fashionista or cottagecore look.

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Material tables

Fabric Sizes Quantity Notes
Fabric 1 - 0.8 meters
Fabric 2 - 0.8 meters Interfacing.

Material Variation Measure Quantity Notes
Home machine needle - 100 -
Fabric scissors - - -
Tailor chalk - - -
Hand needle - - -
Pins Standard - -
Thread Cotton or polyester - -
Thread Basting - -
Thread Coloured - -
Tailor measuring tape - - -
Satin tape - - 5 m Or another tape or cord for the back lacing.
Boning Plastic - 2 meters
Eyelets - - 20

Fabric Material Thickness Notes
Plain weave - -
Dupion - -
Raw silk - -
Shantung - -
Piqué - -
Cretonne - -
Tweed - -
Twill - -
Denim - -
Gabardine - -
Cotton sateen - -
Brocade - -
Damask - -

Fabric Thickness Notes
Cotton plain weave Medium

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