2 Plain Edwardian Petticoats

Some years ago, I made two simple Edwardian petticoats. Called plain petticoats in the Edwardian era, they were intended for everyday wear. When you think of Edwardian lingerie, you probably think of sheer, white cotton petticoats trimmed with rows and rows of lace. But there were also plain everyday petticoats. Edwardian petticoats for everyday wear … Continue reading 2 Plain Edwardian Petticoats

How To Sew An Edwardian Petticoat Drawstring Closure

I’ve read this tip on another blog, but the blog seems to be gone. I’ve used this kind of drawsting closure on two Edwardian petticoats already, and it really works. It’s easy and fast to make and to put on, and it helps to give the skirt the right Edwardian silhouette. Edwardian skirts and petticoats … Continue reading How To Sew An Edwardian Petticoat Drawstring Closure

Edwardian Green Artificial Silk Lingerie – Petticoat & Camisole

I’m sewing an Edwardian lingerie dress with lightweight cotton fabric and lace inserts. And because the dress is very sheer, I made this lingerie set to go under. I used artificial silk made from natural fibers which is historically accurate because artificial silk underwear was already made in the Edwardian era. Artificial silk lingerie was … Continue reading Edwardian Green Artificial Silk Lingerie – Petticoat & Camisole

History Of Lingerie – Victorian, Edwardian & 1920s

If you’ve ever wondered what underthings Victorian ladies and 1920s flappers wore, you’ve come to the right place. Find out more about the history of lingerie! What kind of underwear did Edwardian ladies, Victorian working class women and 1920s flappers wear? Although the terms didn’t change much between the Victorian era and the 1920s, the … Continue reading History Of Lingerie – Victorian, Edwardian & 1920s