I may be over-optimistic here, but it really won't be long until Spring is upon us, so I've made a version of the Two dresses pattern for Ellowyne. Very girlie and pretty!
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The petticoat in this pattern is a little different, and can easily be used as a third option for the dress skirt. So it's three dresses in one, really.
As ever, it's a bit awkward to get the angle right in the photograph, to show the actual length of the dress. It's ankle length, and here are a couple of better views.
(When photographing dolls, I find that unless you can get their heads to look down, and you get the angle wrong, they look as if they're staring up at the sky, which is a thing with me. annoys me no end when my dolls look like startled horses in my pictures. Hence I tend to take snaps looking down on them slightly, which makes skirts look longer than they actually are. OCD. I has it.)
And here's one of my lovely Saffie, purely because she looks so pretty in this wig.
I have several ideas for the next pattern currently. I'm sort of itching to attempt something steampunk, but I also have a delightful dress and bloomers idea for Kaye Wiggs MSDs.
I think the bloomers are winning though....