Vtg Doll Clothes Pattern Gown Ballerina ~ 20" Miss Revlon Cissy Toni Sweet Sue
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Vtg Doll Clothes Pattern Gown Ballerina ~ 20" Miss Revlon Cissy Toni Sweet Sue:
This is a PHOTOCOPY of aVintage 1950s pattern to make doll clothes for your Miss Revlon Doll. In addition to Miss Revlon, this pattern also fits a large variety of other dolls such as:Sweet Sue, Toni, Junior Miss, Betsy McCall, Alice, Maggie,Harriet Hubbard Ayer, Miss Curity, Dollikin and Missy. I have this pattern available in a variety of sizes, so please be sure that you are buying the right one. This sale is for the 20" tall doll.So, this pattern will fit dolls withmeasurements that are similar toa8 5/8" chest,7 1/8" waist and 9 3/4" hips.
The pattern makes an exquisite Queen Elizabeth Coronation Ball Gown and Crown with coordinating Coat. It also makes a Ballerina or Ballet Costume, Leotard, Pants &Jacket, Skirt andMuff, plusundergarments: Bra, Panties & Petticoat.I include a color printout of the front cover, a black and white copy of the instructions, back coverand the complete pattern.Please email me with any questions that you have. I include a color printout of the front cover, a black and white copy of the instructions, back coverand the complete pattern.Please email me with any questions that you have.
I have hundreds more doll patterns available, including more clothes for Miss Revlon and other High Heel Fashion Dolls. Click here to see all my Doll Clothing Patterns
The Miss Revlon Doll was made from 1956-1960 by the Ideal Toy Company. Ideal's Revlon Doll was a hugely popular doll. Due to her popularity,several of theleadingpattern manufacturing companies made doll clothing patterns to fit her. So, mothers and their daughters could make additional outfits for these darling dolls. The Miss Revlon doll was made in sizes: 15", 18", 20", 22.5" or 23", and 25" or26"and I have a large assortment of patterns available in each of these sizes.This pattern was originally created in May 12, 1958. The copyright for this pattern has expired and it entered the public domain Jan 1, 1987.
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