Your 18" doll will look amazing in this colonial dress created by Heritage Doll Fashions! This Colonial Gown is a beautiful historical design. The PDF sewing pattern also includes directions for a corset!
-½ yd. cotton fabric for the dress
-¼ yd. cotton fabric for lining and ruffles
-¼ yd. cotton fabric for corset
-½" wide hook and loop tape
-8 eyelets for corset
-Cord or ribbon to lace up the corset
Skill Level: This is an intermediate level pattern. It’s wonderfully designed, and not complicated.
What You Get: One 19 page sewing pattern that you digitally download as a PDF file so you can start your project immediately! The PDF sewing pattern provides full color step-by-step illustrated instructions and full size pattern pieces. A PDF reader is required to view and print the files (example: Adobe Reader or Preview for MAC). The download link is received immediately after the transaction is complete. Print copies are NOT available.
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Panniers or side hoops are women's undergarments worn in the 17th and 18th centuries to...
Wonderful pattern. Thorough instructions that are easy to follow. Really cute on and the fit is perfect.
The dress was easy to make except for the sleeves. The ruffle was difficult to figure out on the neck, and I just couldn't do it for the sleeves. Even so, it's a very pretty dress! I'd make the back of the dress slightly bigger next time because I have rather wide, thick Velcro but otherwise it is Perfect! The corset was also very nice. I thought it was easier than the dress. It's a beautiful pattern and I like it a lot.
I have made the dress and really like it and the pattern. It is so helpful have step by step pictures of the sewing process. I haven’t made the corset yet .
I just made two of these dresses and they are beautiful. I chose a small print to make the dress only, and it looks fine without the corset. Looks very authentic. Pattern and instructions were overall very good. The four suggestions I would make when using it are: 1) on skirt and ruffles sew two rows of gathering stitch rather than one. 2) on ruffles sew the gather stitches in place(but don't yet gather) before hemming the ruffle. 3) when sewing gathering stitches remember to keep the beginning threads from getting caught up in the stitches. 4) do not trim the width of the Velcro as stated in step 4. It shows full width in the photo and you need it to sew it in place.