Friday, January 29, 2010

A 1940's-Inspired Doll Jumper and Blouse

Okay! Here is the finished product! I am so happy with it! :-D


The blouse by itself:
It is now for sale at our Etsy shop!

P.S. For those who might like to know, I have decided to invest in "Rebecca"! Lord willing, she should arrive in a couple days. I'll be sure to post when she does. ;-)

12 comments:

momawake said...

Cute jumper and blouse! Do you make your own patterns?

I'm looking forward to seeing Rebecca!

momawake said...

Cute jumper and blouse! Do you make your own patterns or use ready made ones?

I'm looking forward to seeing your Rebecca.

Elinor Dashwood said...

Actually, this one is based off of an out-of-print pattern that American Girl used to put out back in the '90s, I think. I followed that mainly for the jumper but did some of my own things on the blouse.

momawake said...

Oops! Sorry for two comments.

momawake said...

Here's a link to pdf versions of the AG patterns.
http://www.agplaythings.com/AG%20Patterns/DollDressPatterns.html

Maybe you've already seen this.

Elinor Dashwood said...

Momawake,
That's okay about the comments. I was actually going to just post one and leave the other, but then I realized the other one had more text so I just published them both. :-)

"AGPlaythings" is actually where I got the patterns... what a jackpot! LOL! I found it through "Raising American Girls". Anyway, have you made some dresses from those patterns? I LOVE 'em! :-D

Amy said...

Yay, I'm glad you picked Rebecca! And I love the jumper and blouse!

Dani said...

Nice to meet you Melanie. My goodness, you're so much more industrious than I am! :) You guys do beautiful work.

momawake said...

I've made a few of Josefina's clothes and there are probably others, but I don't remember for sure.

Marian said...

Very cute!!

the W. family said...

Beutiful!
~Alyssa

Rebekah said...

Can you make me a full size version that I can wear?!? ;) Cute! :)

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