Get in touch with your inner Laura as you sew up this charming 1870s prairie inspired dress, apron and bonnet ensemble. The dress features a gathered bodice with a yoke and waistband that button down the back. Finish the skirt with the wide ruffle for an old-fashioned prairie style, or leave the ruffle off and don an easy to make cloth flower for your modern prairie girl. The bonnet cinches in the back with a drawstring to achieve a perfect fit and the simple apron ties in the back and has two handy pockets, just the thing for a hard working Prairie girl. This easy to make pattern is a great choice for new sewists wanting to develop their sewing skills.
The Prairie Rose pattern is available in 3 fun sizes: 14.5" dolls such as WellieWishers™, 16" A Girl for All Time® dolls, and 18" dolls such as American Girl®. There is also a Prairie Rose bonnet pattern designed to fit girls and women.
Recommended Fabrics: Dress and Lining in lightweight to medium weight woven fabric such as cotton, cotton blends, linen, or silk. Not suitable for knits.Supplies Needed:
Skill Level: Intermediate
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