This Tudor Ensemble pattern from ReadCreations contains everything you need to turn your doll into a Tudor Lady. The pattern includes instructions for a Spanish Farthingale, Petticoat, Dress and French Hood. Hook and loop or eyelet closure options are provided.
The Petticoat can have up to three colors for even more fun and mix'n'match opportunities. Add some accessories and use the reversible French Hood and your doll is all set to attend court with many different looks.
This PDF pattern is designed to fit 18" dolls such as American Girl®.
Look for the coordinating Tudor jewelry and partlet patterns coming soon to Pixie Faire.
Recommended Fabrics: cotton and brocade fabricsSupplies Needed:
Skill Level: Intermediate
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This pattern was fun and easy to sew. There are many great parts to this pattern; a farthingale that can be used with other Tudor or Elizabethian dresses, the versatile 3 color petticoat that gives your dress so many different looks and the amazing French hood with just the right shape. The unique fastening on both the farthingale and the petticoat make these pieces fit many different shaped AG bodies. Worth the price and twice the fun!
It's a very well-written pattern for an authentic Tudor gown. Everything is explained in simple easy-to-follow steps. The 3-colored petticoat is a brilliant idea that makes the outfit even more fun.
This is a great and versatile pattern. The dress is well fitting with a beautiful slim bodice. I used eyelets and lacing for the back closing. I have to say, those little eyelets are so much easier to apply than snaps, and give the long, narrow bodice shape you are looking for. While there are some beautiful Tudor gowns available, I think this was the easiest. Instructions were excellent. My favorite part of the pattern was the Kirtle / Petticoat. The way it's made allows you to have three different petticoats for three different looks. I used a black velvet for the dress and three different satin or brocade petticoat fabrics. And one of the petticoat fabrics matched the sleeve lining. The Farthingale will be used with all of my Tudor patterns. This pattern gives great instructions for fabric choice and has a great way to make this conical shape. All pattern versions fit both my fluffy PM's and my new, slim AG's.
Easy to follow detailed instructions that give you a beautiful finished outfit. I used satin on my sleeves to match one of the panels of the petticoat. Already have a second dress started. Loe the finished look.
This is an elegant and beautiful pattern. Each piece has well-written instructions; nothing is overly difficult or complicated, so you get this amazing dress with authentic details without a lot of fuss. I have been intimidated by some of the other period dresses that are very detailed; this one was more practical and "doable" for me. I love that the underskirt has 3 panels to change up the look. I used a lush velvet to line the sleeves Instead of fake fur and it turned out great. It was fun to pick out the various decorative trims to put the icing on the cake. I highly recommend this pattern.