Aylwen Gardiner-Garden (aylwen) wrote in regencyclothing,
Aylwen Gardiner-Garden

Regency Gentleman's Tailcoat Workshop, 21-22 May 2011

Aylwen Gardiner-Garden is running a 2-day workshop this weekend in Canberra, Australia, teaching how to make a historically-accurate regency gentleman's tailcoat. For more information go to Regency Reproductions. Included in the costs are refreshments and a copy of the newly-released pattern.

You can read about Aylwen's costuming adventures on her blog, History in my Wardrobe.

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