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All dressed for a lovely holiday in the country, this dear lady is stylishly and suitably dressed to enjoy her time in the fresh air, maybe even pick a rose or two!

Inspired by a Peterson's Parisienne colored engraving, this 1878 ensemble is composed of a trained striped skirt with a gentle bias cut ruffle at the hem; a solid colored overskirt trimmed with pleats and braid; then an additional braid trimmed striped overskirt with a long back drapery. Her fitted bodice is in the solid color, trimmed with the stripe around the neck, the wide cuffs, and the bias binding on the lower edge. The back of the bodice is in points, extending down onto the overskirt.

Her hat is formed of buckram and wire, covered with velvet, and lined with the same solid color as her dress bodice. It is trimmed with braid, silk ribbon loops,a wee bit of lace and artificial flowers. It is constructed mostly using a clear drying, flexible glue.

This pattern will enable you to make a simply beautiful costume for your doll!

The pattern cover has several views in full color... the instructions are clear and concise, to guide you every step of the way. It comes packaged in a heavy clear plastic sleeve which can be inserted into a binder. My email address is given with the pattern, so if you have any questions, feel free to contact me for assistance.

Please check my other listings for more French Fashion patterns!

This pattern was made to fit a well proportioned French Fashion type doll, from 11.5" to 12" tall. It is shown on a doll with the Gildebrief lady body, but should be able to be worn by other 12" FF with minor adjustments.

You are buying on the pattern only... the doll and accessories shown in the photos are not included. Doll clothing made by, and the pattern designed and published by Dede Kern.

French Fashion doll costume pattern for circa 1878 Country Holiday ensemble for 12" dolls

$7.00

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