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KeepersDollyDuds has partnered with well known pattern developer/ designer Thimbles and Acorns to bring you the first KeepersDollyDuds Design Pattern.
Make your own pretty 1850's dress with this pattern featuring two bodice options: A trimmed edged vest overlay that extends down over the top of the skirting or double front trimmed edge panels. Add a single ribbon bow to sit center front neckline. Short sleeves were typical early 1850's fashion for young girls and this pattern provides an option for either single or double layered sleeves. The gown features double skirting with a finished skirt length of approximately 7 1/2" or mid calf ( It appears a bit longer in the photos due to the camera angle...my apologies!). The over-skirt has a trimmed scalloped shaped hemline. Lace, bias or piping can be used as edging. The back fastens with three buttons or snaps closures and side ties form a pretty bow at the back and allows for adjusting fit as the newer dolls tend to have much smaller waistlines than some of their predecessors.
The two dresses pictured in this listing are for display purposes depicting what this pattern can create and are not for sale. For sale is the PDF pattern only.
Your PDF PATTERN will be available for download once payment is confirm.
It is designed to print on standard 8 -1/2" x 11" paper.
*****If you would like to purchase a printed copy of this pattern which will be sent to you by mail, please message me and I will make you a custom order. An extra $6.50 for printing, packaging and shipping will be added to your order. *****
This is a relatively easy pattern to make and a great choice for someone with limited sewing experience.
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