Yes, it is completely historically inaccurate that she has so many clothes.
No, I don't care.
This time I made the Country Girl pattern from Thimbles and Acorns at Pixie Faire.
This pattern has a lot included! There is a historical dress, apron and bonnet and a modern variation as well!
I made the historical dress and apron. I did not make the bonnet or the drawstring pockets for the apron.
Here is the front of the complete outfit. I like the colors of the fabrics that I used.
The dress has pockets, and the apron has slits so that she can reach the pockets through the apron.
The skirt is longer than Kirsten's, which makes Laura look more adult.
I really like this pattern. It was easy to follow, but it looks satisfyingly elegant.
It has so many components that it just feels very satisfying.
I highly recommend this pattern.