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If you'd like to make a single empire gown or create a whole Regency wardrobe you can find patterns at
Chawton House Library (Chawton Great House)
Home to early English Women's writing
The ultimate Jane Austen website. Pretty much anything you might want to find out about Jane or her writing is somewhere on this site. Go, tour, enjoy!
Owned and operated by the Jane Austen Memorial Trust, Jane Austen's House Museum resides in Chawton Cottage, Jane's home the last nine years of her life and where she wrote, re-wrote and edited the books that have become her legacy.
University of Vermont
Has an amazing collection of images of Georgian and Regency era clothing. Check it out.
The Morgan Library in New York as a large collection of Jane's own writings including Lady Susan. This link takes you to images of the documents.
Although Bath was not Jane's favorite place, she did spend five years there.
If your busy schedule doesn't leave time for the enjoyment of sewing or you simply don't sew,
has lovely Regency and Victorian gowns...ready-made.
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