Saturday, February 25, 2017

Patterns for Caroline Abbbott

Caroline is retired now, but that doesn't mean she can't have new clothes!

On Pixie Faire:

Dollhouse Designs Georgiana 1812 Regency Gown

Flossie Potter Sisters Doll Clothes

Karen Lorraine Designs Regency Style

Keepers Dolly Duds Double Cape and Bonnet

Keepers Dolly Duds Regency Pinafore

Thimbles and Acorns Bib Front Regency Dress

Thimbles and Acorns Wrap Front Regency Dress

Thimbles and Acorns A Piece of History Dress

Hint of History 1812 Day Dress

Jen Wrenne Regency Pattern Set

Mother of Nine 1808 V Neck Dress

Mother of Nine 1809 Regency Dress and Coat

Mother of Nine 1810 Regency Dresses

Mother of Nine Regency 1811 Summer Dresses

Mother of Nine 1812 Regency Dresses

Mother of Nine Day Dress

Mother of Nine Regency Feather Tail Spencer

Mother of Nine Regency French Empire Dress

Mother of Nine Regency Underdresses

Mother of Nine Regency Early 1800 Dress

Mother of Nine Regency Ruffled and Pleated Dress

Mother of Nine Tear Drop Hat and Poke Bonnet

Vintique Designs Regency Ensemble

The Pleasant Company patterns for Josefina, especially the one for her Christmas dress, might also be utilized for Caroline.


  1. I would add one more MotherofNine pattern - the 1800s Poke Bonnet and Teardrop Hat -

  2. Bleh. Most of these designers disgust me by all their rules about who can and can't sell clothes made from their patterns, when they have no legal say at all. Most disgusting is the woman who wants $20 if you make more than six dresses a year to sell, using one of her patterns. Outright thievery!

    1. Hint of History. I really hope nobody is paying this woman $20 for something she has no right to ask.

    2. Good to know! I haven't bought any of her patterns. I do love her 1920s bridesmaid dress pattern, though.


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