Folk Doll Pattern Colonial Primitive Mary Hill Cloth Doll Pattern PDF FAAP


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Mary Pickford Hill: a colonial child doll with "pocket" Pattern.
Mary is a 26" tall folk doll made of aged osnaburg. She has a shapely body, which includes a weighted seat, so she sits well, and a hand stitched face. She wears pantaloons and a folky dress made with 2 fabrics and matching bonnet tied with silk ribbon.
Mary wears a pocket tied around her waist. In colonial times these were actually worn under the clothes and were reached through slits in the skirt. Many early examples remain of these beautiful pockets, many of which were elaborately embroidered, even though they were never intended to be seen! Complete patterns and instructions are given to make your own embroidered pocket for Mary.
Clear simple instructions are given.

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    Average review
    Pattern was very clear (and cute). Seller was very helpful!!!
    Apr 24, 2017 by Shannon Brown
    Excited to start stitching this beautiful doll. Thank you!
    Jan 31, 2017 by bakerk622
    Looks wonderful, thank you so much! I love it!
    Nov 29, 2016 by lilavere
    Thank you for the pattern and such easy access to have it so soon....great shop!
    Dec 10, 2014 by Barbara Mabry
    Nice pattern - clear directions. Thanks.
    Apr 1, 2014 by Sarah Rooley

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