Lyn's Doll House Patterns, # L 121 - Infant's Layette, 1900-1925, 8" - 10" Baby Dolls, Vintage Style DIY Doll Clothes Indie Sewing Pattern

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Lyn's Doll House Patterns, Doll Clothes Sewing Pattern # L 121 - Infant's Layette - Size 8" - 10" Baby Doll - DIY Vintage Doll Dress, Skirt, Pinning Blanket and Nightgown in 1900-1925 Style!

This vintage 1980 Lyn's Doll House Pattern with instructions to make a 1900-1925 Era Infant's Dress, Skirt, Pinning Blanket and Nightgown that will fit an 8 - 10" Baby Doll. This beautiful old fashioned layette has patterns and instructions to make 4 items for your baby doll's layette and the pieces can be made in short, three-quarter, or regulation (long) lengths. This vintage pattern is new, unused and uncut!

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