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This is a sewing pattern for you to make clothing to fit your Kimama & Calliope Dolls. Kimama and Calliope are 2 separate art doll sewing patterns designed by me and are available exclusively here in my Etsy shop.

The Peplum Jacket is a corset style that laces up in the back. There is a lace ruffle bustle which helps the peplum stay puffed out. and the Tricorn is a fabulous and almost easy to make hat for these dolls.

This Pattern ONLY comes as a Download here in my etsy shop.

Get your Kimama Pattern here:
https://www.etsy.com/listing/193158361/fairy-doll-pattern-curl-button-jointed?ref=shop_home_active_2

Get your Calliope Pattern here:
https://www.etsy.com/listing/180787067/fairy-doll-pattern-sewing-tutorials?ref=shop_home_active_8
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Materials List:
Fabrics: The materials best suited to this project are a heavy fabric such as a canvas/duck, tapestry or a pretty upholstery piece. The quilters cottons are lighter weight and will not stand up to the task as well, though using this for the lining is perfect. On the other hand you have the option that if your heart is set on a beautiful chunk of quilters cotton for the project, then you must back it with an iron on interfacing.
For the main JACKET fabric and TRICORN - 1/3 yard of fabric – tapestry, canvas, duck, damask
Jacket lining – **keep in mind this fabric will show on the collar lapel when folded down on finished jacket. 1/4 yard quilters cotton or satin for the jacket lining.
Tricorn BRIM lining – 1 fat quarter of quilter’s cotton – this may match your jacket lining, but I love use a contrasting fabric or a matching one in a different print…
Tricorn Side Crown – LINING ONLY – felt (will help strengthen the hat)
Pants, Sleeves & Bustle – use lace yardage – 1 Yard – and cut it into 6 inch wide strips or use 6 inch wide lace (you’ll need about 4 yards)
Sleeve Puffs & Bustle – 2 1/2 inch wide contrasting color lace – 2 yards(I used a gorgeous vintage crochet lace I was lucky to have found at a thrift store very inexpensively)
Scrap of Lace or fabulous treasured scrap of fabric – about a 4 inch square to cover doll as a bodice front or “dickie”
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Other Supplies for the Jacket:
12 vintage or new shank buttons for the back of the jacket – 6 on each side to lace up the trimmings
6 - 1/2 inch or 5/8 inch wide metallic buttons – 2 for the sleeve tack (1 each side) & 4 on the knee pant legs (2 each side)
Hem tape Lace – I use this stuff like ribbon! It’s a straight edged lace but adds texture to the look ( I used and orange color to back each metallic button on the sleeves and as a little touch of color used it as a belt)
1 Large Fancy Button or Vintage Brooch – for center front jacket closure/décor/embellishment
Rickrack trim for pant side embellishment
Narrow Ribbon or Satin Rattail for the lacing at the back of the jacket
––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
Other Supplies for the Tricorn:
3 beautiful buttons about 1 inch big – matching or not – for each “corner” of the tricorn
Ribbon to back each fancy corner button
3 16mm beads–(or similar size) I used faceted Swarovski crystals but anything will work if it goes with your style
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COPYRIGHT:
This Pattern is designed by Paula McGee, copyrighted. All rights reserved. Do not distribute this pattern electronically or hard copy, or in any way.

SELLING WHAT YOU MAKE:
* The items must be made by hand, no mass production.
* Items must be made by the individual who purchased the pattern (retain your receipt).
* Credit is given to Paula McGee as the pattern designer on a tag affixed to each item.
* You may alter the pattern but all terms still apply.
Love from your Faerie DollMother, Paula McGee
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

P.S. This doll is designed by myself and this pattern is a Paula's Doll House Original sewing pattern that I typed, drew, redrew, photographed and edited at my little sewing studio in my humble little cottage which sits in the hills of Arkansas, USA.

P.S.S. EU buyers be aware of the VAT (a tax) that your country charges on instantly downloadable files such as digital patterns.
This is a sewing pattern for you to make clothing to fit your Kimama & Calliope Dolls. Kimama and Calliope are 2 separate art doll sewing patterns designed by me and are available exclusively here in my Etsy shop.

The Peplum Jacket is a corset style that laces up in the back. There is a lace ruffle bustle which helps the peplum stay puffed out. and the Tricorn is a fabulous and almost easy to make hat for these dolls.

This Pattern ONLY comes as a Download here in my etsy shop.

Get your Kimama Pattern here:
https://www.etsy.com/listing/193158361/fairy-doll-pattern-curl-button-jointed?ref=shop_home_active_2

Get your Calliope Pattern here:
https://www.etsy.com/listing/180787067/fairy-doll-pattern-sewing-tutorials?ref=shop_home_active_8
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Materials List:
Fabrics: The materials best suited to this project are a heavy fabric such as a canvas/duck, tapestry or a pretty upholstery piece. The quilters cottons are lighter weight and will not stand up to the task as well, though using this for the lining is perfect. On the other hand you have the option that if your heart is set on a beautiful chunk of quilters cotton for the project, then you must back it with an iron on interfacing.
For the main JACKET fabric and TRICORN - 1/3 yard of fabric – tapestry, canvas, duck, damask
Jacket lining – **keep in mind this fabric will show on the collar lapel when folded down on finished jacket. 1/4 yard quilters cotton or satin for the jacket lining.
Tricorn BRIM lining – 1 fat quarter of quilter’s cotton – this may match your jacket lining, but I love use a contrasting fabric or a matching one in a different print…
Tricorn Side Crown – LINING ONLY – felt (will help strengthen the hat)
Pants, Sleeves & Bustle – use lace yardage – 1 Yard – and cut it into 6 inch wide strips or use 6 inch wide lace (you’ll need about 4 yards)
Sleeve Puffs & Bustle – 2 1/2 inch wide contrasting color lace – 2 yards(I used a gorgeous vintage crochet lace I was lucky to have found at a thrift store very inexpensively)
Scrap of Lace or fabulous treasured scrap of fabric – about a 4 inch square to cover doll as a bodice front or “dickie”
––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
Other Supplies for the Jacket:
12 vintage or new shank buttons for the back of the jacket – 6 on each side to lace up the trimmings
6 - 1/2 inch or 5/8 inch wide metallic buttons – 2 for the sleeve tack (1 each side) & 4 on the knee pant legs (2 each side)
Hem tape Lace – I use this stuff like ribbon! It’s a straight edged lace but adds texture to the look ( I used and orange color to back each metallic button on the sleeves and as a little touch of color used it as a belt)
1 Large Fancy Button or Vintage Brooch – for center front jacket closure/décor/embellishment
Rickrack trim for pant side embellishment
Narrow Ribbon or Satin Rattail for the lacing at the back of the jacket
––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
Other Supplies for the Tricorn:
3 beautiful buttons about 1 inch big – matching or not – for each “corner” of the tricorn
Ribbon to back each fancy corner button
3 16mm beads–(or similar size) I used faceted Swarovski crystals but anything will work if it goes with your style
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

COPYRIGHT:
This Pattern is designed by Paula McGee, copyrighted. All rights reserved. Do not distribute this pattern electronically or hard copy, or in any way.

SELLING WHAT YOU MAKE:
* The items must be made by hand, no mass production.
* Items must be made by the individual who purchased the pattern (retain your receipt).
* Credit is given to Paula McGee as the pattern designer on a tag affixed to each item.
* You may alter the pattern but all terms still apply.
Love from your Faerie DollMother, Paula McGee
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

P.S. This doll is designed by myself and this pattern is a Paula's Doll House Original sewing pattern that I typed, drew, redrew, photographed and edited at my little sewing studio in my humble little cottage which sits in the hills of Arkansas, USA.

P.S.S. EU buyers be aware of the VAT (a tax) that your country charges on instantly downloadable files such as digital patterns.

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Thank you so much, from your Faerie DollMother, Paula

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Thank you so much, from your Faerie DollMother, Paula

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