Travel to Scotland at the end of the 17th or beginning of the 18th centuries to experience the epic of the Jacobite wars, thanks to this pattern inspired by Mary Helen MacGregor, wife of the legendary Scottish man, Rob Roy MacGregor. The set consists of a blouse, a skirt that rolls up to the side, a fitted bodice and a plaid that ties at the shoulders, for the colder Scottish nights. A belt keeps the plaid at the waist, for more comfort.
Transportez-vous en Écosse à la fin du XVIIe, début du XVIIIe s, au temps de Rob Roy, pour vivre l'épopée des guerres jacobites, grâce à ce magnifique ensemble inspiré de Mary Helen MacGregor, épouse du légendaire héros romantique écossais.
L'ensemble se compose d'une chemise, d'une jupe qui se retrousse sur le côté, d'un corsage ajusté sur le devant et d'un plaid s'attachant aux épaules, pour les froides nuits écossaises. Une ceinture vient maintenir ce plaid à la taille, pour plus de confort.
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This PDF sewing pattern by Perles & Rubans is designed to fit 18" dolls such as American Girl®.
Skill Level: Intermediate
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I can't believe I didn't post a review when I made this a year ago. This makes a wonderful Scottish lass outfit. But look at my photos - It made a great basic peasant blouse, which I used to make my Ukrainian outfit. I love a pattern which gives you lots of options. A great skirt, a great blouse, and a great vest - all of which could be modified to make outfits from many different times and places. When I made my Ukraine blouse, I did a narrow rolled machine hem, then added elastic using the zigzag over elastic channel method, and shortened it to blouse length.
I had the extreme pleasure of testing this pattern and it was so fun to do. I love historical patterns such as this. There are many pieces to this outfit, and the long blouse can even be worn separately as a dress itself. The two skirts that are put together can be done with the overskirt gathered up to show what is below or left down. The instructions are great and easy to follow. The pics show each step as you work your way through them to create this outfit. I will be making more of this pattern for sure. There is the long blouse, the double skirt, the bodice, a belt and a tartan. The type of fabric and colors can give it such a different look. Make it yours today.