Felicity is coming back TOMORROW!
There is great rejoicing among the American Girl community!
Now, what can we sew for her?
Felicity is 9 in 1774, so keep that in mind when looking at patterns and the dates on them.
Thimbles and Acorns excels at historical patterns, and she has several that work for Felicity.
Her 18th Century Underpinnings pattern is more accurate than the set released by American Girl.
Some of her patterns are a bit early or late for Felicity, but I am going to go ahead and include them.
Her Felicity patterns include: Thimbles and Acorns
Thimbles and Acorns 1770 en Forreau Gown
Thimbles and Acorns 1770 Hoodie
Thimbles and Acorns 1770 Sacque Back Gown
Thimbles and Acorns 18th Century Shortgown
Thimbles and Acorns 18th Century Underpinnings
Thimbles and Acorns 1790 Open Pelisse and Regency Gown
Also on Pixie Faire:
Fashioned by Rebecca 1774 Colonial Elegance Dress
Flossie Potter Betsy Ross Dress
Heritage Doll Fashions 1774 Colonial Gown
Melody Valerie Ivy Cape
Keepers Dolly Duds is also a reliable source for historical patterns.
Keepers Dolly Duds Colonial Day Dress
You can use Lee and Pearl's Pirates, Patriots and Princes pattern to make Felicity's (or Ben's, really) breeches.
Carpatina Caraco Jacket and Fichu
Carpatina 18th Century Dressage Dress
Carpatina 18th Century Brunswick Jacket
Mother of Nine Colonial Evening Dress
Mother of Nine English Georgian Gown
Mother of Nine 17th Century Circular Cape
Mother of Nine 1770s Pannier with Quilted Petticoat
Elsewhere on the Web:
Fancy Frocks Eighteenth Century Watteau Dress The 20 inch doll dress fits PM dolls.
Read Creations FREE Colonial Outfit
You can get Felicity's official Pleasant Company patterns for free at American Girl Playthings.
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