McCall 1693; ca. 1030s; Design for Two Boudoir Dolls and Clothes
Doll A is dressed in a pjyama suit of jade green satin trimmed with bands of blue transparent velvet. (Silk bands may be used if desired.) The applique pieces can be cut entirely from the blue velvet or two shades of blue, green and purple, if scraps of material are on hand. The body of the doll is made of unbleached muslin and the shoes of black satin. (A piece of ribbon may be used instead for shoes.)
Doll B has skirt, sleeves, neck ruffle and bloomers of white satin; bodice, tam and trimming bands of purple transparent velvet (silk may be used if desired.) The design on the skirt is embroidered with Shetland floss and gold embroidery thread. The body of the doll is made of unbleached muslin and the shoes of black satin or ribbon.
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