Ok, time for the next contest!!
Jasmine is west of the Mississippi. She’s pictured below dressed for the 40th anniversary of an annual event that just happened in March. First 3 people to guess exactly where she is (specifically the building she’s in!) win the new pattern collection available here! Post your answer here: https://www.facebook.com/wrenfeathers
So, a Carpatina Julia joined our doll family recently and demanded to be dressed like a princess. With my love of other cultures and their clothing, the one or two European princess dresses I was going to make expanded into a collection of 6! And then the AGs got jealous and it just spiraled out of control. 🙂
The collection “officially” comprises: Medieval England, Renaissance Italy, Ming Dynasty China, Ancient Egypt, Medieval Persia, and a modern sort-of Princess…the Jingle Dancer Powwow princess pictured above! But lots of the patterns could be used for other things too. With a bit of imagination, the Egyptian one could turn into a Balinese dancer, the Chinese one could turn into a Korean Jeogori and you could probably even shorten the medieval English dress and turn it into a modern Irish dance dress or even something from the 1940s.
Carpatina Julia in a “tomboy” version of this princess “dress” using just the bodice with leggings.
A girl for all time Clementine as “Lady of the Lake” – Medieval Celtic Princess
Carpatina Julia in an Italian Renaissance gown
My AG “Violet” as an Egyptian princess
Magic Attic Rose as a medieval Persian Princess
Pattern also includes a Powwow Princess jingle dress and Ming dynasty Princess. See more here
Also, by request, more patterns are available for Saila (or other 18″ dolls) like my version of this calico parka called a kuspuk (pictured below) .
With all these new patterns, I’ve reactivated the coupon code 20off20. Paste that in at checkout on etsy and it will take 20% off your purchase of $20 or more. It expires at midnight on April 15th.