Victorian Caroler's Coat and Bonnet For A Girl For All Time Dolls

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Make this delightful Victorian Coat and Bonnet ensemble that is sure fill you with some Charles Dickens inspired Christmas spirit! This delightful Keepers Dolly Duds pattern is a long-time holiday favorite. The fully lined coat is topped with a nicely tailored removable Pelerine that wraps around the for extra warmth and protection from the elements as well as a bit of subtle elegance. The full length coat buttons down the front and flares out from the waist and the wide sleeves to make room for the wide Victorian style skirts and bell shaped sleeves. The fully lined bonnet exudes a simple elegance with an inner ruffle and tailored bow that frames the face and echoes the trim that traces the outlines of the coat and sleeves.

Pattern #KDD-07 This PDF sewing pattern is designed to fit 16" dolls such as A Girl For All Time®

Suggested Fabrics: Coat and Bonnet in lightweight woven fabric such as wool flannel, linen, twill, cotton, or lightweight corduroy. Not suitable for knits. Lining in lightweight woven fabric such as flannel, muslin, silk, or lining fabric. Not suitable for knits.

 

Supplies Needed:

  • Fabric:
    • Coat and Bonnet ~ 1 yard (1 m) 45-inch wide fabric
    • Lining ~ 3/4 yard (0.75 m) 45-inch wide fabric
  • Notions (all designs):
    • Thread
  • Coat and Bonnet
    • 6-inch by 12-inch (15 cm x 30 cm) piece of lightweight fusible interfacing
    • 3 yards (3 m) 3/8-inch (9 mm) wide trim (gimp, bias tape, braid etc.) Note:  1/2 yard of fabric will be needed to make bias tape trim.
    • 1 yard (1 m) 3/8-inch (9 mm) wide lace for the collar and outside bonnet (optional)
    • 12-inches of 1-inch (2.5 cm) wide pre-ruffled lace or trim for the inside of the bonnet brim
    • 5 3/8-inch (9 mm) buttons
    • 2 snap closures
      Skill Level: Intermediate
       

      What You Get: One 33 page sewing pattern that you digitally download as a PDF file so you can start your project immediately! The PDF sewing pattern provides step-by-step digitally drawn 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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      R
      06/19/2021
      Rachel
      Australia Australia
      Beautiful historic design.

      I loved sewing this pattern. Wonderfully detailed pattern with written explanations and digital drawings. Sewing the lining to the coat at the sleeves really tested my own spatial awareness, even though a good drawing and explanation was provided. A YouTube clip about how do this on a human-sized jacket helped me get through this tricky step. I’m glad I persisted as it all made sense in the end and the finish on the sleeves was very neat. Thank you for such a lovely pattern! (Photo shows a knitted bonnet as I have for yet made the bonnet from the pattern.)

      JP
      12/10/2020
      Jacqueline P.
      United States United States
      Love this

      Can not wait to make this for Christmas