1930s RIBBON DOLL Pattern
How delighted I was to find this old pattern! It is the very one that my great Grandma did in pale pink ribbon in the early 1930s, and am fortunate to have inherited it. And it is her doll that I scanned so I could put a full color image on the illustration, instead of the black and white one shown on the original. Great-Grandma used narrower ribbon than called for in the pattern. It lists 1 inch wide, and hers is about 3/4 inch wide, so it would require more than the 2 yards called for, if you choose a narrower ribbon.
I have painted skin tone on the doll, and green leaves on the flowers. The bodice and hat, you can add your own color to harmoize with your choice of ribbon and lace.
Included are FOUR 8.5" x 11" pages on archival paper and laser printed:
Color illustration of finished doll with list of materials needed;
and for EXTRA FUN, TWO PAGES of the doll on 80# cardstock.
Comes in a crystal clear Mylar envelope.
No, it's not Ten Cents like it says on the cover...but I wanted to keep it authentic. Wish I could.