Kate Greenaway Doll Pattern
KATE GREENAWAY DOLL PATTERN
Make a little Girl, Boy and Lamb doll in
the style of the REGENCY PERIOD (think: Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, Sense & Sensibility etc)
Kate Greenaway illustrated books during the Victorian Era, but the style that she used
for the children's clothing was Regency (early 1800's). Her sweet, simple gowns for the
girls and the easy-to-wear be-ribboned suits for the boys evokes a quaintness and innocence.
Joan Russell made these doll patterns in the 1960s to capture Kate Greenaway's style.
Since they are from the Regency Period, they could be a young Elizabeth Bennett and her debonair little beau "Mr. Darcy"!!!
* All the Patterns and Directions to make (approximately) 16" Dolls:
*Amanda - Sweet little Lass
*Oliver - Amanda's Brother
*Blossom - their pet Lamb
* Cothing for each doll:
*Amanda's Dress, Underthings, Jacket, Bonnet, Shoes, Necklace
*Oliver's Suit, Hat, Shoes & Socks
*Blossom's Daisy wreath
* Sweet Embroidered Facial Features!
* BONUS! All the above patterns to make a 8" Doll and clothing!
* Enlarged, EASY & Friendly directions