Monday, 16 October 2017

SSP-053: 2 Dresses for 13" Dianna Effner Little Darlings


And here's a new sewing pattern for Little Darlings. It's a favourite style of mine, and utilises a fairly simple bodice, with two options for the skirts.  (Three if you use the petticoat pieces to make a simpler dress.)

*Available in my Etsy shop:


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And right here on the blog: (PayPal shopping cart) You can find the sales pages at the top of the blog, in tabs for each section.  I will email you the pattern PDF files directly, after you've cleared checkout.  Click this link to email me, if you have any queries.




On CD disc from Ebay: (No VAT payable, and no charge for the CD itself, just  the pattern cost and the postage.)


Or right here on the blog: (PayPal shopping cart) 
If you do buy from me here on the blog, and you live in the EU, the rules state that I don't have to charge you VAT as it's a direct sale. 

You can find the sales pages at the top of the blog, in tabs for each section.  I will email you the pattern PDF files directly, after you've cleared checkout.  Click this link to email me, if you have any queries.







£9.25





Price without VAT is £9.25.

*Etsy will charge EU customers VAT (This does not affect America or other non-EU countries).  I always recommend people to look in my Craftsy store anyway, as the prices fluctuate, due to the international exchange rates.  I always recommend comparing prices.

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A really charming set for your Effner Little Darlings.

This first one is a real favourite of mine. I love the ruffled panels in the skirt, and they're fun to make.



The second version has seven panels in the skirt. You can use just one fabric, or two, or you could use up scraps and make a really shabby Chic dress out of seven different fabrics.


And of course I like to add a petticoat.   You could use the petticoat skirts to make a much simpler dress if you like.

Also, the skirt pieces are compatible with bodices from my other Little Darlings patterns, and vice versa.


And yes, there will be some outfits for sale, once I've done all the little extras.  :)


Next, I'm wildly excited to make something for my new Tobi body, which belongs to the Kaye Wiggs universe.   She's tall and skinny, and has proportions which I love.   A long dress with a short version is going to be coming up.

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2 comments :

  1. Lovely - it looks perfect on your Little Darling. I still haven't got round to making this pattern for either Ell or Patience... sigh... too many things I want to do just not enough time!

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    1. Thanks Trish :) Oh, so many sewing patterns, so little time...

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