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Mary's Dress
(Pattern #1001)

$13.00

Description: This little dress is one of my favorites, I know, they all are! It is shown in my typical three versions. I don’t know if it fits a particular period, but it would work for antique-to-modern dolls. It just depends on the color and fabric combinations that you choose and use. This may not be for the beginner as there are no drawings, only well-written instructions. Try this exciting pattern--you’ll love it.

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Empire Waist Dress
(Pattern #1002)

$13.00

Description: This little dress is typical of those worn in the 1940’s and is still popular today. Timeless clothing styles are always fitting. Our creation is shown in our typical three versions. Dresses are fully lined and will warm the heart of any little girl (maybe you are the little girl?) who owns it. This pattern is not for the beginning sewer, as it has no drawings. It only has written directions. However these directions are very specific and easy to comprehend. If you have the assistance of an experienced seamstress, you will be in good shape.

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1890 Coat & Blouson Waist Dress
(Pattern #1003)

$13.00

Description: Here is another bonus pattern! The bonus of a coat pattern. This particular combination is for a double-breasted, low-waisted coat; fully lined with velvet collar, cuffs and belt. Too cute. The dresses are shown with three collars, three sleeves and three ribbon belt applications. The dress is fully lined except for the sleeves. As you can see, it's a winner. This may not be for the beginner as there are no drawings, only well-written instructions. This is one of my personal favorites…try it--you'll love it too!

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Classic Shirtwaist Dress
(Pattern #1004)

$13.00

Description: This pattern is for a classic shirtwaist dress shown in three different fabrics. You will note that your choice of fabrics and collar/cuff/belt details create very specialized looks. This pattern may not be for the novice sewer as there are no illustrations, only written instructions: instructions that are clearly written, however.

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Dorothy and Her Friends
(Pattern #1005)

$13.00

Description: Here is an old favorite, Dorothy. Dorothy has brought along two of her friends. This pattern is for her classic dress and two other versions. This is an example of how you can take one design and, with a few minor changes, morph it into a completely new look. You have to admit they are cute! This may not be for the beginner as there are no drawings, only well-written instructions. Try this pattern--you will love it.

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1890's Coat & Dress
(Pattern #1006)

$13.00

Description: Here is another favorite of mine (aren’t they all?) from the 1890’s series. This pattern features a fully-lined coat with velveteen collar and cuffs. The dress is shown in two versions. In actuality, it has three different collars from which to choose. The dresses are not lined. This is sure to become one of your favorites too. This pattern is not be for the beginning sewer as there are no drawings. It has only written instructions. However, these directions are very specific and easy to comprehend. If you have the assistance of an experienced seamstress, you will be in good shape.

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1890 Middy Blouse & Dress
(Pattern #1007)

$13.00

Description: An all-time favorite, the Middy is a pattern inspired by those worn at the turn of the century, circa 1890’s. Shown in three colors and collar/trim options. A ‘must have’ for a serious sewer of beautiful doll clothes. This can be made as a dress as shown, or as a ‘bathing costume’. This pattern is not be for the beginning sewer as it has no drawings. It has only written directions. However. these directions are very specific and easy to comprehend. If you have the assistance of an experienced seamstress, you will be in good shape.

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1940-1950 Nurses' Uniforms, Cap and Cape
(Pattern #1008)

$13.00

Description: I love a uniform! These little uniforms are a reminder of my early childhood when nurses looked like this. This pattern has three sleeve variations, two caps in addition, the ubiquitous cape. The whole outfit is fully lined with the exception of the long sleeves and as a result, the finished look is very smooth and professional. This pattern is not be for the beginning sewer as it has no illustrations, only well-written instructions. If you have the help of an experienced seamstress, you should have success.

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Little Red Riding Hood
(Pattern #1009)

$13.00

Description: This pattern brings back memories of my childhood when my mother would read to me from a big book of fairy tales. I wanted an outfit like this and she made one for me. This pattern is an accurate replica of the one that I had as a child. It consists of a dirndl, guimpe, apron and, of course, a cape. The cape is fully lined and drapes beautifully. The waist of the dirndl is shown three ways: plain, with buttons and chain and with eyelets and lace. Any little girl will love this outfit for her doll. This pattern may not be for the beginner as there are no drawings in the instructions; only well-written directions. If you have the assistance of an experienced seamstress, you will probably be successful.

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1890 High Low Waist Dress
(Pattern #1010)

$13.00

Description: Here's my latest in my 1890 series. Each one with which I come up becomes one of my favorites and this one is no exception. My inspiration was a sketch that caught my eye in an old catalogue. The dress is shown in three versions. With the advent of the three different sleeves, collars and two skirts/bodices, you can make more than 18 different dresses! If you can come up with more, let me know. This pattern may not be for the beginner as there are no drawings in the instructions; only well-written directions. If you have the assistance of an experienced seamstress, you will probably be successful.

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Little Sisters of the Heart
(Pattern #1011)

$13.00

Description: Here is my rendition of a nun's habit and I hope you will like it. I researched various habits, of which there are very many, and I chose the elements that I thought went together best for an application suited to dolls. While I feel that this is very respectful, I also believe it has elements of whimsy that Make it very appealing and charming. I hope you agree. This pattern may not be for the beginner as there are no drawings in the instructions; only well-written directions. If you have the assistance of an experienced seamstress, you will probably be successful.

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Lea's Little Coat
(Pattern #1012)

$13.00

Description: I love this little pattern. Retro? As soon as I had the short coat and cap made, I felt it begged for leggings, boots and granny glasses! John Lennon? The long coat—Jackie O? They work for today’s ‘girls’ too. You be the judge. Pattern shows two coat lengths, two sleeves, a cap and is fully lined. This pattern may not be for the beginner as it has no illustrations; only well-written instructions. If you have the assistance of an experienced seamstress, you should be successful.

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Walkin' the Dogs
(Pattern #1013)

$13.00

Description: This little pattern was inspired by the fabric! I found these little dog bone prints and the idea of three little girls walking doggies after school seemed perfect for a pattern. There are three sleeves, collars, skirts, belts and two bodices. Get creative and have fun. This pattern may not be for the beginner as it has no illustrations; only well-written instructions. If you have the assistance of an experienced seamstress, you should be successful.

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Raggedy Ann and her Friends
(Pattern #1014)

$13.00

Description: This is my interpretation of an old favorite. Included are Raggedy Ann and two friends. Shown are three sleeves, collars, pinafores, belt options and the famous pantaloons. This pattern works for many beautiful looks. A pattern for the WIG is NOT included. This pattern may not be for the beginner as it has no illustrations; only well-written instructions. If you have the assistance of an experienced seamstress,You should be successful..

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Anne and Diana
(Pattern #1015)

$13.00

Description: Anne of Green Gables is one of my favorite stories. So here is my interpretation. Shown are Anne as she arrived from the orphanage and the same dress for Diana with some adaptations. Pattern includes two dresses, two pinafores, bloomers and two carpetbags. This pattern may not be for the beginner as it has no illustrations; only well-written instructions. If you have the assistance of an experienced seamstress, you should be successful.

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School Days '40's Favorites
(Pattern #1016)

$13.00

Description: This pattern was inspired by a picture of an old ‘40’s pattern. Two of the dresses have bias side bodice panels. The variations are many as the pattern contains two sleeves, three skirts, two bodices, three belts, three collars and dresses are fully lined. I love choices and I love to give you choices too! Happy sewing. This pattern may not be for the beginner as it has no illustrations; only well-written instructions. If you have the assistance of an experienced seamstress, you should be successful.

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Daddy's Little Princess
(Pattern #1017)

$13.00

Description: I love the traditional look these dresses evoke...princess lines, peter-pan collars and tie-backs---remember? Just a simple change of collar, sleeve and/or belt can make a whole new look. the construction methods for which this pattern calls are not too involved but require some fussy applications. They are; however, worth the bother in my humble opinion. This pattern may not be for the beginner as there are no drawings in the instructions; only well-written directions. If you have the assistance of an experienced seamstress, you will probably be successful.

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Becca's Choice
(Pattern #1018)

$13.00

Description: I call this little dress "Becca's Choice". It's from time gone by and a bit on the simple side; but, I think Rebecca looks so sweet in it. Her little friends are pretty sweet too.

The pattern has three collars, sleeves with cuffs and belts from which to choose. with a few 'tweaks', some interesting little dresses can be had.
This pattern may not be for the beginner as there are no drawings in the instructions; only well-written directions. If you have the assistance of an experienced seamstress, you will probably be successful.

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Sissie's Favorite
(Pattern #1019)

$13.00

Description: This little dress pattern is one that I have been working on, on and off, for quite some time. I just love this old-time period because it offers so much charm and sets a sweet mood. I am quite enamored with the name “Sissy”. All little girls in my family are called Sissy when they are little by their mothers, aunts and gram’as. A picture of a great aunt inspired this little dress.

This pattern may not be for the beginner as there are no drawings in the instructions; only well-written directions. If you have the assistance of an experienced seamstress, you will probably be successful.

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HEIDI OF THE ALPS
(Pattern #1020)

$13.00

Remember Shirley Temple as Heidi? I do and I have loved her for as long as I can remember. I have been working on this pattern for a while and now it’s ready. So, let me tell you what is in this particular pattern. There is the predictable dirndl, vest and apron; but, I have also included a boiled-wool jacket along with the directions to make boiled wool and an unlined leather vest. All but the jacket and leather vest are lined. I sure hope you agree with me and give this little pattern a try.

This pattern may not be for the beginner as there are no drawings in the instructions; only well-written directions. If you have the assistance of an experienced seamstress, you will probably be successful.

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At the Soda Shoppe
(Pattern #1021)

$13.00

I have had this little pattern on my heart and mind for some time and at last it all came together. When I was a little girl (some time ago), sometimes I would get a ride the bus to Sanford and go to the movies. After, I would go to the local drug store called Saul Shalits and have an ice cream soda or hot fudge sundae. I has two little friends, Sally and Audrey, and we would get 'all dressed up' and go to the show and drug store. This little dress pays homage to those memories, Ah, youth.

This pattern may not be for the beginner as there are no drawings in the instructions; only well-written directions. If you have the assistance of an experienced seamstress, you will probably be successful.

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With Buttons on the Side
(Pattern #1022)

$13.00

This little pattern is from one of the time frames that I love: the ‘40’s and 50’s. I love it when little girls look like little girls. In my family, we always named things; so, if I had had a dress like this, I would have called it the one ‘with buttons on the side’, thus the name. Things were simpler then and when life gets hectic, a trip down memory lane is one way to make it seem better. Oh, yeah, I love my little pigeon-toed girl, my little sister walked like that when she was little. Warm memories.

There are three skirts, sleeves, collars, belts and two bodices. You can do them the way shown, or you can mix it up and create many different looks.

This pattern may not be for the beginner as there are no illustrations only well-written directions. There are the usual pattern pieces. If you have the assistance of an experienced seamstress, you will likely be successful.

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