The Posh Frock Gallery!
Here are some of the party frocks and other 'posh' frocks Kate has made for customers and family. Scroll down for more...
|Virginia's dress and jacket. The embroidered organza is really pretty.|
|Jenny's choir uniform for The Sheppey Singers. The embroidered taffeta for the top was lovely, if a little awkward to sew!|
|Little Sis's party frock with the beaded front. I love this bronze crinkle satin, and the little demi-train is cute.|
|Dragon waistcoats, large and small... James has grown out of the little green one, but the black one still fits Alan!|
|The dress made for my very dear friend Janet, for celebrating her silver wedding.|
|Drew's Waistcoat: English silk, woven here in Kent. Unfortunately, the factory is now closed. This fabric was originally woven for making ties. This one has silver buttons and a silver buckle on the back.|
|Lewis's waistcoat: shot silk dupion embroidered with gold. Gold buttons and buckle.|
|Suzie's sexy slinky number! More red satin... This was quite a fun project.|
Christmas frock. Delicious bitter chocolate silk dupion and
lace... Yummm! One dress, two jackets, and a
small clutch bag. A nice varied project with some challenging
fabrics. I rather like the effect of the lace buttons on the
second jacket, and the chain strap on the bag.
April 2007: We added a delicious skirt to the collection! here it's teamed with the tailored jacket with the lace collar. This uses the same skirt pattern as the turquoise one above, but it has quite a different effect in the dupion.
|Sarah wanted a suit to wear at Crufts. This is what happened...|
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