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A pattern to make circa 1900 Ladies' Underclothing for 12" French Fashion Dolls

Drawers, Lacey Corset Cover and Gored Petticoat with lacey Ruffle!

Every fin de siecle lady aspired to possess lovely unmentionables! Olivia is no exception and is thrilled with her new underclothing set. Her drawers are the latest style with a faced (no waistband) waistline, with shaping provided with four darts each side so they contour well to her rounded figure. They are trimmed with lace edged ruffles with a lace insertion header.

Her little corset cover is also trimmed with lace insertion on both front and back. The waist is finished with a smoothly contoured peplum. The neckline is gathered into an narrow bias band. Neckline and armholes are trimmed with narrow lace. Closure is up the front with tiny snaps and little buttons for decoration.

Her gored petticoat has a center back closure. The hem is trimmed with a gathered ruffle, with lace at the hem, and narrow lace stitched on top of the ruffle head.

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. The waistlines fasten with tape ties for easy adjustment.

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 clothing pattern to make Underclothing Set ca 1900 - fancy set of Petticoat, Corset cover and Drawers