Gracefaerie pattern 44, Seasons for Seola; 4 dresses and a petticoat for Dollstown Elf body and others with similar bodies.

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#44 - Seasons' for Seola
A Dress for Every Season. . .

Custom-sized for the Dollstown Elf body

Also fits 54cm Asleep Eidelon Jio, and 50cm Obitsu
and Cissy with an addition of 1/4" to the back edge.

add 1/2 centimeter to the bodice parts for Laycee

Included in this pattern:

Falling Leaves (Autumn)

Lighting Candles (Winter)

Gathering Violets (Spring and Spring Variation)

Catching Sunbeams (Summer)

Petticoat

I can give you instructions to make the Fall dress for Nelly (pictured below) . The other dresses in the pattern could probably be adapted using the same principles, but we have not road-tested that theory:) We suggest trying a muslin version first if you try to adapt for her.

Models measurements:

Dollstown Elf body
Height: 53cm
Bust: 19cm
Waist: 16cm
Hips: 22.5cm
Hips over the ball joints: 23.5cm

If you like this pattern, but want it for your 60cm SD or MSD doll (as well as 14" Kish and Ellowyne) we have it for you! Just search for #45 - Season's for MSD or #46 - Season's for Estella (60cm) in our store.



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