Month: April 2010

Early 1900s Fashion Features

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This download includes three articles from the early 1900s (my original copies are, alas, undated, but hairstyles and dress styles provide good clues). First is a feature about fashionable hats. Next is a beautifully illustrated piece about negligees–lovely, long gowns and wrappers to match. Finally there’s an article with photographs of intricate embroidery by “peasants!” Enjoy!

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1908 Ladies’ Home Journal Summer Fashions

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This is a charming article with lots of beautifully detailed illustrations from the June 1908 Ladies’ Home Journal (summer fashion issue!). Three pages of text cover everything from what flatters a particular complexion to what a governess should wear–all written by Lady Catherine Milnes Gaskell. I’ve also included a bonus page of “Frocks for the Holidays.”

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Doll’s Historical Wardrobe Paper Pattern

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Doll's Romantic Era Dress and Pantaloons

Here are patterns for your 18″ soft-bodied dolls to match all the girls’ patterns! This is the complete pattern bundle. If you'd like to purchase individual ePatterns instead, check the other listings in this category.

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Doll’s Regency Spencer/Pelisse ePattern

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Doll's Spencer Jacket ePattern

This ePattern is for the Doll's Regency Spencer/Pelisse only and will make jackets, coats, and sleeveless pelisses. It's fun to make matching “mommy” and “dolly” outfits, too! Fits all 18″ soft-bodied dolls, like the American Girls, Magic Attic, and Beautiful Girlhood dolls.

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