January 02, 2019

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12 Days of Christmas - Day 9 January 2nd, 2019


 

Welcome to Day 9 of our 12 Days Of Christmas celebration! Today, January 2nd, we are giving away an amazing 9 piece bundle! 3 historical outfits, 3 Pixie Packs, and 3 historical patterns to one lucky winner!   

Giveaway Update:  Congratulations to Christine Victorsen  You've won the historical package and have been contacted by email. 

Bonus Fun For Everyone! Today we are highlighting our 18 Inch Doll Historical Pattern Collection at Pixie Faire.  Simply add two patterns from this collection to your shopping cart, and enter discount code: DAY9BOGO in the discount box at checkout to get one of the patterns for FREE!   

Note: This offer is for the 18" Historical Collection only. This is a very large collection covering a variety of time periods. You will find image navigation buttons at the top of this collection page, all of these sub-collections are a part of this promo day. This coupon code will be good for one day only - January 2nd (12 AM-11:59 PM PST) and is available for one use per customer. Limit one free pattern. The least expensive item will be free.

The items included in today's giveaway are:

 

To enter today's giveaway, simply leave a comment in the box below finishing the sentence below, the most specific you are the more likely you will be to see a pattern created for that item!  

"My favorite fashion era is...  I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a ...."

Comments must be left (on this blog post) by 12 midnight (Pacific), 1/2/2019.

One entry per person.

No purchase necessary, void where prohibited. Must be 18 or older to enter. While we wish we could run this contest everywhere, for legal reasons it is only open to eligible residents of the U.S. and Canada, not including Rhode Island. This contest is exclusively endorsed by Liberty Jane Clothing and Pixie Faire.

The winner will be chosen randomly from the comments received and contacted through the email provided in the comment.

We will choose a winner and announce it tomorrow to let everyone know who won.

Okay, good luck, and if we’ve forgotten anything we will modify and/or update this post as needed.

Happy New Year,

Cinnamon & The Liberty Jane / Pixie Faire Team


100 Comments

ANN
ANN

January 04, 2019

I love fashions from the 1940’s the colors are beautify, very feminine style.

Legrand
Legrand

January 04, 2019

My favourite fashion eras are XVIIIth century et 1920 fashion, the French “Années folles”. Love the civil war fashion, too (Scarlet O-hara style)

Pattie
Pattie

January 03, 2019

My favorite Era is the 60’s. I have fond memories of the Beatles with the Carnaby Street influence and the Beach Boys with the Hang Ten shorts and bathing suits, not to mention the Haight-Ashbury influence for the Hippies.

RoseMary
RoseMary

January 03, 2019

My favorite era would be the 50’s.
would be fun to sew some of clothes I wore then

My favorite era would be the 50’s. Would love to sew some of clothes I wore back then. But most of children with dolls, like the fashions they see everyday. Not my pick tho.

Sheila chelednik
Sheila chelednik

January 03, 2019

My favorite era is the 1950s. I would love to see patterns from different counties for 18 inch dolls

Deborah
Deborah

January 03, 2019

I would love to make these. Love it when girls get frilly!

Jacinda
Jacinda

January 03, 2019

My favorite era is well basically anything vintage….retro and vintage is so my personality and style

liza
liza

January 03, 2019

My favorite fashion era is the 1940s. Would love to make accessories.

B Schmidt
B Schmidt

January 03, 2019

Edwardian is my latest fashion interest. Long, slim and elegant. A tiny window in the timeline of fashion.
Pam
Pam

January 03, 2019

My favorite fashion era is the 1950’s. I enjoy making 18 inch doll outfits from different eras.

Violet
Violet

January 03, 2019

My favorite era is definitely the 1930s/1940s. I want to dress my dolls for display in that era after I get do models. ne using them as

Marley Louise
Marley Louise

January 03, 2019

My favorite era is the 1930-40’s. I used to love watching my mom dress up in her cute fashionable dresses for church on sunday. Memories!

Alison Arsenault
Alison Arsenault

January 03, 2019

My favorite fashion era is the 1920;s, I would love to see a flapper dress pattern for an evening of dancing the Charleston.

Katherine Palmer
Katherine Palmer

January 03, 2019

Okay, here is a longer version on why the 1500-1600s are my favorite fashion era( I wanted to make sure I posted inside the timeline before). My favorite fashion era is the 1500-1600s. I remember that I first became interested in this era, it’s all because of a book that I had read called “Shakespeare’s secret” the book was so captivating to me, that in the following months I had done two reports on Queen Elizabeth and William Shakespeare. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a doll sized version of Queen Elizabeth the first’s coronation gown, along with some coustumes inspired by plays written by Shakspeare. The play A Mid Summer Nights Dream is my favorite of them all so definitely some from this! Thank you and happy New Year!

Katherine Palmer
Katherine Palmer

January 02, 2019

“My favorite fashion era is the 1500- 1600s. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a Queen Elizabeth the first’s coronation! Hope this is in time!

Lori
Lori

January 02, 2019

I don’t really have a favorite fashion era, but I think clothes from the ’20s are fun and think patterns from that time are cool!

Laura
Laura

January 02, 2019

Choosing a favorite fashion era is liking choosing a favorite child! There’s no way I could pick just one. And for me, it all started with a 1986 Pleasant Company catalog I received as a girl. I love the variety and exquisite detail of patterns available from Pixie Faire, in the historical collection in particular.

Linda Hansen
Linda Hansen

January 02, 2019

I would love the 60’s, good times.

Margaret G
Margaret G

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion era is the 1800’s Pioneer. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a Laura Ingels inspired outfit. Complete with undergarments and shoes.

Ann M
Ann M

January 02, 2019

I don’t have a favourite fashion era — I just love all the ones with long dresses! I love to see fashions inspired by specific stories/books/movies.

MarjoryW
MarjoryW

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion era for sewing doll clothing is 40s and 50s outfits like I wore growing up. I would like to see a historical pattern for the highwaist pedal pushers with straps that I wore then. They were my favorites.

Sheens
Sheens

January 02, 2019

My favourite fashion age would be the victorian age!I love the lace and big elegant dresses

Julia
Julia

January 02, 2019

My favorite era is the Regency/ Jane Austen period. I really love the empire waist and classical flowing drape of the skirts. I would like to see more patterns for ethnic or traditional cultural costumes.

Judy
Judy

January 02, 2019

The Civil War era had some great women’s fashions. I’d like to see some for the American Girl and Hearts 4 hearts dolls.

Michelle
Michelle

January 02, 2019

Would love to see a pattern similar to some of the costumes used in the Outlander series

Donna
Donna

January 02, 2019

“My favorite fashion era is the early 1800’s.  I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a bitty baby doll”

Anna Armes
Anna Armes

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion era is the late 1800’s to early 1900’s. I would like to see more boy style clothing.

Terry
Terry

January 02, 2019

My favorite era is the 1800’s. What I would like to see is more cultural patterns. Scandinavian traditional outfits, folklorico dresses etc.

susan
susan

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion era is the 1850=1870. I would dearly love a pattern or instructions for a hoop skirt and a corset.

Staci
Staci

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion era is Victorian.

Jane Parks
Jane Parks

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion era is mid 19th century Victorian period.

Cheiry
Cheiry

January 02, 2019

Presently, my favorite fashion era to recreate for my dolls is the 60s. Since purchasing Melody, I love the mod color block dresses.

Timothy
Timothy

January 02, 2019

My favorite era is the middle ages. My wife and I are in the he SCA and have Scottish persons I have looked all over for a ladies Scottish outfit for my lady wife’s dolls but can not find them anywhere. Any pointers are greatly welcomed
I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a Scottish great ladies gown and arisad

Jo-Ellen Ross
Jo-Ellen Ross

January 02, 2019

Best doll pattern site online. I stopped buying paper patterns because the PDF format is so easy to print.
I use tracing paper.

Holly A
Holly A

January 02, 2019

My favorite era is the 1940’s and 50’s! (Maybe even a little 30’s too!) such cute dresses from those times!

Elizabeth
Elizabeth

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion era is the late 1990s. I’d love to see a pattern for baggy cargo pants and a spaghetti strap shirt/dress.

Geraldine
Geraldine

January 02, 2019

I have a passion for fashion. I love just about everything! How about something from the 80’s. The decade of big hair, big shoulders, neon colors, acid wash denim, scrunchies, sweat bands, leg warmers and work out wear!

Amber
Amber

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion era is..umm..almost anything from the 1940s and down, especially the Regency, Tudor, and Edwardian styles. I couldn’t narrow it down to just one.  I would like to see a historical pattern offered for an 1830s casual or dressier attire, wide enough to allow for the hoops of those days.

Alice
Alice

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion eras are the medieval and Victorian eras. I would like to see more historical patterns for the medieval era in general because they seem pretty hard to come across, but I’d especially like to see patterns for lower class children or children from wild gangs like Robin Hood’s thieves or something.

Marsha
Marsha

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion era is the Victorian era. I love the romantic look of the clothing of that time.

Sharon
Sharon

January 02, 2019

My favorite era is the Victorian manly between 1840 to 1850 when hooped dresses and were in fashion. The Charles Dickens time frame. I would like to see historical patterns for 18 inch boy dolls for this same period please. Love love all the beautiful patterns the designers provide. Thanks.

Marie A
Marie A

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion era is the 1940s. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a collection of dresses with options for creative insets, ruffles, and trim options like piping and rick-rack.

Diane Smith
Diane Smith

January 02, 2019

My favorite era is the 50’s

Carri
Carri

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion era is the 1890’s. Love the dresses and hats.

Wendy
Wendy

January 02, 2019

One of my first patterns to buy from Pixiefaire, being a new member in June, was the Thimbles and Acorns pattern..Country Girl. My handmade porcelain 14” doll waited 20 years for this specific pattern with only the hat to make now. Thank you for all your beautiful and specialized patterns.

Janet
Janet

January 02, 2019

I like historical clothes from the 1700 and 1800’s. I’m only beginning and haven’t tried anything this intricate. I honestly can’t think of a recommendation as I’ve seen many great patterns from this time period.

Deborah
Deborah

January 02, 2019

My favourite fashion era would be the “Hippies”, of the 60’s and 70’s, and I would love more Flower Power girls dresses and such!

Gloria
Gloria

January 02, 2019

Its very difficult to pick one period all of the dresses have been beautiful. Perhaps the Roaring 20s as a new era. The creativity of all the designers is so amazing. I would love to make every thing . Thank you for all the lovely patterns and the tips.

Laura
Laura

January 02, 2019

My favourite fashion era would be the early fifties.

Noel Devine
Noel Devine

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion(and literary) era is that of Pride and Prejudice, drawn from the Jennifer Ehle character. The dresses and wraps, plus accessories, are perfect. I’d like to see the dolls happily twirling to this era.

Teresa
Teresa

January 02, 2019

My favorite historical fashions are from the 18th century. My goal this year is to dress one of my dolls from the underthings outward in the 18th century fashions.

Claudette
Claudette

January 02, 2019

“My favorite fashion era is 50’s and 60’s. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a beautiful ball gown.

Diana
Diana

January 02, 2019

“My favorite fashion era is the 1850’s thru the early 1900’s.. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a dress like the ones Tasha Tudor drew for the book A Little Princess. My family has been reading that book for 4 generations now. Each generation we’ve tried to recreate the dresses pictured, but never quite succeed. We’ve made a doll house to look like the house in the story(which has been handed down) and each generation has added to the dolls and clothes. Each generation has kept “her” doll and clothes, but with each new girl comes new dolls and clothes. Your patterns have come the closest, but the bustle and swooped front we continue to struggle with. Our youngest has just gotten her own book and doll and she’s already asking me to make the outfits from the book. So it is time to start trying again. So I’d love the pink dance dress if it could be made into a pattern.

Martha
Martha

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion era is the 60’s. I would love to see more mod clothes for 18 inch dolls from that time.

Pat
Pat

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion era is the 40’s. I like the dresses.

Brianna
Brianna

January 02, 2019

My favourite fashion era is the Early Medieval Period/Viking/Norse Era (1000-1400) and European folk clothing (1500-1900).

Donna
Donna

January 02, 2019

I guess my favorite’s are the colonial period and the 30’s, but I want to sew for them all!

Esther
Esther

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion eras are the 30’s, 40’s and 50’s. I especially like patterns that feature release tucks and pleats.

Sharon Lee
Sharon Lee

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion era would be late 1800 like during Laura Engles time. I love the long dresses and pantaloons.

Lynn
Lynn

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion era is the 50’s and 60’s. I love recreating the styles I remember as a girl! One thing I haven’t seen that we wore in the 60’s was stirrup (or ski) pants. Hated they way they felt, but loved how they looked!

Lauralee Hensley
Lauralee Hensley

January 02, 2019

for a 1950’s home expert woman.

Barb M.
Barb M.

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion eras are Regency and the 1950’s, but you’ve covered them pretty well with patterns. So, I’d like to see some 1920-1940 dress patterns and undies, including the Flapper girls. Thanks for asking!

lindie
lindie

January 02, 2019

I would love to see a 70s outfit like I had as a girl. Short sleeve, square neck top that showed off my belly button with sailor style pants with big bellbottoms.

Karen
Karen

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion era is contemporary.

T
T

January 02, 2019

“My favorite fashion era is THE 60’S AND 70’s. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a hip hugger bellbottom and body suit..”

Lora
Lora

January 02, 2019

My favorite are outfits from the 50s and 60s. i cant think of anything specific that I would like to see.

Tasha
Tasha

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion era is the late 1800’s and the early 1900’s. It seems you already offer a good variety of vintage styles. I would like to see historical patterns offered for a wider variety of cultures. Also, it would be fun to have pattens for more hats from any era with ideas on how to embellish and make a variety from one or two basic designs (they had so many interesting ones, especially in the 1800’s through the mid-1900’s.) If possible doll jewelry patterns might be fun. I especially like the patterns you have where there is a historical outfit and a modern one that goes along with it!

Monique V
Monique V

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion era is the mid-18th century. I would love to see a pattern for a cap, pocket, and quilted petticoat, mid-18th century.

Patti R
Patti R

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion era to see doll patterns in would be the Civil War era. Especially Southern Belle gowns.

Suzan
Suzan

January 02, 2019

My favourite fashion era is what is current now. My girls love dressing dolls in what they wear themselves.

Jeanne
Jeanne

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion era is the Victorian Era. The dresses are so “big”!

Sam
Sam

January 02, 2019

May favorite fashion era is 1880s cowboy/western. I would like to see a historical pattern for equestrians.

Esther
Esther

January 02, 2019

My favorite time period is 1940s (during WW II). I would like to see patterns for coats or cloaks from that time period.

Christine Chappell
Christine Chappell

January 02, 2019

Hard to pick a favorite era. The 50’s, 60’s, early 70’s. And the American revolution era.

Carol Ellis
Carol Ellis

January 02, 2019

I began making clothes for AG dolls when my niece bought her daughter Elizabeth (Facility’s) friend with the idea of using the doll to introduce American History in her overseas home school. But Elizabeth had just been retired and they could no longer get period clothing for her. I was asked to make clothes for the doll. And then I realized that I could make clothes to introduce clothing in keeping with my grandniece’s Scandinavian heritage. Though she is older now, I still often make period outfits or finish off with the accessories needed..

I also like to make more contemporary outfits for the dolls as well as those are the ones my grandchildren like to play with..
Barb W
Barb W

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion era is the 1970s. Not because there were great clothes but it’s my coming of age era. We started the decade with short dresses and ended it with knee length bias-cut skirts. And Gunny Sax dresses for prom!!

Roxanne
Roxanne

January 02, 2019

I would love to see Victorian outfits along with Chanel inspired outfits!

Cass
Cass

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion era is Victorian. Would love to see a Victorian riding habit pattern, or a replica of the AG Felicity riding habit with hat! :)

Fran R.
Fran R.

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion era is the 30’s and 40’s with the glamorous Hollywood gowns. Looking at the stars like Ginger Rogers in some of the gowns she wore while dancing with Fred Astaire or sone of the long and slinky gowns that Joan Crawford wore. Kay Francis was know for her fashions. The draping of gowns on Rita Hayworth. The feathers, lace and beading that went into those gowns was fantastic. Such elegance.

Donna Kozar
Donna Kozar

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion era is the 1950’2. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a doll dressed in 50’s clothes.

Nancy
Nancy

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion era is the 50’s. I would like to see some dresses from that ers.

Piroska
Piroska

January 02, 2019

My favourite fashion era is the 1950s.

Nancy
Nancy

January 02, 2019

I love the 50’s and 60’s. From poodle skirts to mini skirts-they were all fun!

Teresa B.
Teresa B.

January 02, 2019

My.favorite fashion era is the 1950’s – I was born in the 50’s and remember wearing pretty full dresses that my mom made me. We didn’t have a lot of money, so I cherished a brand new dress, especially if it was hand made by my mother, sometimes she would also make one for my doll to.

Cathy
Cathy

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion era is the Victorian era. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a
ball gown with all accessories.

Nancy Reynolds
Nancy Reynolds

January 02, 2019

“My favorite fashion era is colonial and Victorian
I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a Gone With the Wind spring picnic frock

Kristen
Kristen

January 02, 2019

Can’t pick a favorite fashion era, I like to sew from them all. I would like to see a pattern for a Norwegian bunad and a Sami costume from Finland/Sweden.

Elisabeth Ann L.
Elisabeth Ann L.

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion era is the 50s. I also really like make believe storybook characters. It sparks a child’s imagination to dress their doll like a character they have watched on tv or read about in a book.

Bonnie R
Bonnie R

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion era is the Victorian Era. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a full dress, underpinnings and hat.

Martha
Martha

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion era is the 1920’s through 1940’s. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for dresses from those years.

Susan
Susan

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion era is the 1850 but I love the 1950’s also since I was born in that era.

Karen T.
Karen T.

January 02, 2019

My favourite fashion era is Victorian. It was a wonderful period.

Kristana
Kristana

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion era is colonial. I would like to see patterns for 14" boy dolls.

Kathy gillum
Kathy gillum

January 02, 2019

My favorite era is the 1900s. I’d love to see a ball gown and all,the fancy under garments.

Ginger
Ginger

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion era is the 60’s. I lived through them with fringe, mini skirts, Twiggy and the Beatles. Loved it all. Loved making the mod block dress.

Patricia
Patricia

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion era is Renaissance. Would love to see patterns for women and men.

Loretta Orf
Loretta Orf

January 02, 2019

“My favorite fashion era is the 70’s. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for bell-bottomed pants and vests with long fringe. Wild colors.

Debbie
Debbie

January 02, 2019

I LOVE the Civil War!!! The boys civil war outfits are amazing.
Would love to see some Scarlet O’Hara BBQ dress or the Green Drapery Dress.

Patti
Patti

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion era is 1920s to 1950s. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a wedding dress

LizT
LizT

January 02, 2019

My favorite fashion era is ALL OVER MANY YEARS so hard to choose just one time and I would like to see a historical pattern offered for the 1930s/1940s with fabric manipulation: darts/tucks/pleats – the interesting dressmaking details that made use of just the fabric in geometric shapes. I see that these vintage patterns are offered by Vogue for women’s sizes and I would like to see some in doll fashions.

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