Kirsten is one of the three original American Girl dolls. However, she's been retired for a while, and doesn't seem to get much love in the pattern department.
Keepers Dolly Duds Spring Ruffles
Keepers Dolly Duds Spring Dirndl
Mother of Nine Little House Pioneer Ensemble
Wren*Feathers Ruffled Sleeve Dress
Elsewhere on the Web:
Dollhouse Designs Spring Pretty Pioneer Set
BunnyBear has two Kirsten patterns available:
BunnyBear 1850s Cherie pattern
BunnyBear 1850s Signature Dress
Kirsten's official American Girl patterns can be found at American Girl Playthings.
Kirsten could wear patterns designed for Laura Ingalls by Thimbles and Acorn's or other pattern designers, if you aren't too concerned with accuracy. These patterns are actually designed for Laura Ingalls, who lived much later than Kirsten. Kirsten's birth year is 1845, and Laura's is 1867. Laura is actually closer in age to Addy.
Still, this list is so short that I will list those patterns as well.
Besides, I love them! I look forward to owning all of them eventually, but for now I own the pattern for the Carrie dress and the Mary and Laura dress.
Using the pattern for the mini Charlotte doll, you could easily made a Sari doll for Kirsten if you don't own the American Girl version.
Thimbles and Acorns Carrie Dress
Thimbles and Acorns Charlotte Cloth Doll Pattern
Thimbles and Acorns Country Girl Dress
Thimbles and Acorns Long Winter Coat and Hood
Thimbles and Acorns Mary and Laura Dress
Thimbles and Acorns Prairie Rose Dress
Thimbles and Acorns Town Girl Dress
Thimbles and Acorns Union Suit
Avery Lane Laura Dress
Also, there are patterns for Marie-Grace and Cecile. Although these are from the 1850s, they are much too elaborate for a country girl like Kirsten.They are also too fancy for her economic status.
Carpatina 1850s Promenade Dress
Keepers Dolly Duds 1850s Girl's Dress
Keeper's Dolly Duds 1850s Girl's Jacket and Bonnet
Kindred Threads French Quarter Day Dress
Thimbles and Acorns 1850s Day Dress
Thimbles and Acorns 1850s Evening Dress
Overall, there are so few patterns for Kirsten that it seems there is a niche for some talented designer!
I recently acquired Kaya's deerskin dress. It is really neat. I am impressed that the beading on her dress is real beading and not ...
This is another post using the photos from Nicolel at American Girl Playthings. She is so kind! She made these great side-by-side c...
Nanea Mitchell is now available to purchase for American Girl rewards members who are Gold or Berry level members! I am not, and therefore...
Today, as you may be aware, was the Madison Children's Museum Benefit sale! And that means dolls! I was very lucky to get to go.