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Jane Austen …Regency free dress patterns for 18″ American Girl-style dolls,14 1/2″ Wellies(TM) dolls, and 14″ Hearts for Hearts ™ dolls.

Posted on: March 16, 2010

 

*Look on my Pinterest page…(Vanessa Knutsen). I have some free patterns …including some Regency dress patterns!

*Look in my Hearts for Hearts doll board. I have a few free patterns including a Regency dress…for these beautiful dolls.

*I will post my pattern for Wellies…after my computer is fixed! See the attached picture!

And later I will post my instructions on how to make and decorate…the bonnet (seen on the Wellie doll…Ashlyn …posted below.image

Regency Era is Jane Austen’s era!  (Roughly from 1795-1820…where women, girls wore fairly simple, straight dresses & gowns…)

Jane Austen wrote Pride & Prejudice, Sense & Sensibility, Mansfield Park, Persuasion, and other books…Most have been made into popular movies…and are still favorites!

Activity:

Introduce Jane Austen to your daughter.

Make the Regency dress for her favorite doll. You, Daughter and Regency-dressed doll could then watch…the 2004 Pride and Prejudice movie starring Keira Knightley.

Watch for other free patterns, stories, pictures…involving the 3 popular dolls listed above!

 

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4 Responses to "Jane Austen …Regency free dress patterns for 18″ American Girl-style dolls,14 1/2″ Wellies(TM) dolls, and 14″ Hearts for Hearts ™ dolls."

when will this pattern be available. I would love to have one.

If it is a pattern of mine shown on the Joann site, I think they redid their site and it might be gone. Try Pinterest under my name Vanessa Knutsen. Or let me know the pattern name and I can maybe mail you a PDF.

for some reason the link isn’t working for me…

I think the problem is…Joann Fabrics changed their website. This is my new site on WordPress. I show as “dollbookworld” here but am also Vanessa Knutsen. I have posted various free dress patterns on Pinterest under my name Vanessa Knutsen. Maybe try there. Or let me know the pattern name and maybe I can mail a PDF to you. Still free of course.

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