A Pattern to Make a circa 1870 Morning Wrapper for 12" French Fashion Dolls
Here is a new pattern for making a lovely morning wrapper. Every trousseau needs one of these!! This was the gown a lady put on in the morning, perhaps for the breakfast table. It was slightly loose and she didn't have to wear a corset with it! Of course its informality did not decree that it be ordinary, as proven by this lovely and feminine robe.
This is a one piece gown, and is fairly simple to make. Darted front, and the seamed bodice back releases into a soft bustle. It is trimmed with many rows of narrow trim, and has two pleated pockets for milady's little treasures. The hem is made special by a lace trimmed dust ruffle.
This pattern will enable you to make a simply beautiful morning wrapper 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.
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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 Seeley lady body, but should be able to be worn by other 12" FF with minor adjustments. The doll is wearing underclothing made from my FF underclothing set Three pattern, also available from me here on Etsy.
You are buying the pattern only... the doll and any accessories shown in the photos are not included. Doll clothing made by, and the pattern designed and published by Dede Kern.