I Made Victorian Cozy Clothes — What did *they* wear to get comfy?! — Christmas Tea Gown

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=== References ===
“The National Garment Cutter Book of Diagrams” –
(PATTERN is on page 24)
Bernadette Banner’s Video:
My Favorite Book: “Authentic Victorian Dressmaking Techniques” —

=== Images Used ===
Wrapper/Tea Gown Ad:
Harper’s Bazar, 1882 (page 141 in this book: )
White Wrapper:
Rust Velvet/Cream Tea Gown:
Mint/Yellow Tea Gown:
Cream/Sheer Tea Gown:
Red/Paisley Tea Gown:
Black Tea Gown:
Teal Tea Gown:
Red Tea Gown:
Watteau Pleats Fashion Plate:

=== Tools I Use ===
Thimble:
“Sew While the Iron’s Hot” Iron Rest:
Fabric Scissors:
Small Scissors:
Tailors Chalk:
Magnet Pin Collector:
Industrial Iron:
Pressing Ham:
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Music Credits:
“Christmas Wonders” by Howard Harper-Barnes
“The Twelve Days of Christmas” Traditional via EpidemicSound
“Falling Snow” by Mike Franklyn
“What Child is This” by Johannes Bornlof
“Silky Flakes Fall” by Leimoti
“Frosted Windows” by Brightarm Orchestra
“In the Bleak Midwinter” Traditional via EpidemicSound
“A Winter’s Night” by Etienne Roussel
“Jingle Bells” by Megan Wofford
“Winter Ade” Traditional via EpidemicSound
“In a Glass of Water” by Leimoti
“Snowflake Dreams” by Etienne Roussel

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