THE 50’S ERA . . .ONE OF THE ALL TIME FAVORITE, NOSTOLGIC PERIODS OF MODERN DAY AMERICAN HISTORY. “Happy Days” . . . out of the 1940’s came the peaceful, prosperous, carefree, family fun times of the 50’s.
Patriotism was abundant and everyone loved a parade!
Little girls dreamed about marching and twirling ahead of the band and spent many hours of imaginative play with their majorette dolls.
Now the fun of yesteryear can be enjoyed by doll lovers again. Whether, a young girl with a vivid imagination or a discerning collector, all will love this outstanding replication of the revered 50’s drum majorette.
The PDF sewing pattern includes the dress, matching panties, hat, and boot covers, ideas for batons and go-to’s for tassels.
The dresses shown are made of lightweight Satin with Japanese Silk Lame, 100% polyester Lame or contrasting Satin for overlay on the bodice, sleeve cuff and skirt lining. Enhancing the look are several gimp trims outlining the cuff and bodice overlay. Gold shank buttons finish off the bodice overlay and matching panties in satin complete the dress.
The Hat is hard sided with a satin cover and gold trims. The brim of the hat is hard with an optional vinyl finish. Topping off the hat is a feather plumb or faux fur plumb.
Accessories include the boot covers and baton suggestions.
Recommended Fabrics: Lightweight Satin, Lame, vinyl or fabric for boot covers
-1/2 Yd lightweight Satin
-1/2 Yd Lame or contrasting color Satin
-1 Yd Hercules Gimp trim
-1 Yd metallic loop trim
-1-1/4 Yd metallic file braid
-(6) 7/16 inch flat shank buttons
-3-5 snap sets
-6 inch X 18 inch Vinyl - lightweight with flannel backing
-1/4 inch wood dowel (1-wood cap, 2-shelf protector caps)
-Two sided fusible web sheet
-Two sided fusible web tape 1/4 inch
-Fabri-Tec fabric glue
-Peltax 70 stabilizer interfacing
-Sheerweight fusible interfacing
Skill Level: Intermediate
What You Get: One 72 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.Download, Print, Sew!
The pattern has everything I needed and some extras. I am turning it into a Ringmaster coat for a big top. It needs tails!
Loved the look of the outfit. Did have some problems getting sleeves to fit correctly, but the final product worked out great.
The pattern markings have an error at the sleeve with the notches. The entire pattern is cut too small for an AG. There is not enough fabric left to close in back. The steam on trim is not the best idea as it was already coming off from handling when I tried to fit the outfit on the doll.
want to make soon
I lové it.