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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction
  • Suggested Fabrics
  • 1 Dress and Slip
  • 2 Party Dress and Underwear
  • 3 Tailored Dress
  • 4 Boy's Sailor Suit
  • 5 Jumper Dress and Apron
  • 6 Party Dress
  • 7 Girl's Dress
  • 8 Girl's Suit Dress
  • 9 Baby Doll's Clothes
  • 10 Kid Body
  • 11 Girl's Dress
  • 12 Dress and Underwear
  • 13 Eyelet Dress
  • 14 Boy's Sailor Suit
  • 15 Dress and Pinafores
  • 16 Shirtwaist and Bolero Jacket
  • 17 coat with Cape and Hat
  • 18 Coat and Hat
  • 19 Baby's Carrying Cushion
  • 20 Accessories
  • 21 Boy's Plain Tunic Suit
  • 22 Crocheted Clothes
  • 23 Boy's Pleated Tunic Suit
  • 24 Girl's Middy Dress
  • 25 Corduroy Coat and Hat
  • 26 Knitted Sweater
  • 27 Knitted Hat

Title: Doll Modes: Doll Fashions with Patterns 10-12" Dolls 1900-1930
Author: Eleanor-Jean Carter
Publication Date: TPB:1983(1st - 1972)
Publisher: Carter Craft Doll House, Hyattsville, MD
Page Count: 106
Book Dimensions(ht. x w.): 11" x 8 1/2"
ISBN: 0-9604404-0-2

PATTERN RATING:Star Rating Patterns have very few markings and need to be enlarged. Despite that, you get a great variety of patterns, and a page with an illustration of a child wearing the style, some line drawings of the clothing made up, and another photo of a doll wearing the clothing - all very useful and to the left of the instructions for easy reference.

INSTRUCTION RATING:Star Rating Instructions are broken down but contain no illustration to help the sewer - so you'd better know what you're doing before you start. This is definitely not a book for a beginner.

SUMMARY- There are a lot of clothing patterns packed into this book that look attractive. She gives you an illustration of a child wearing the style, some line drawings of the clothing made up AND another photo of a doll wearing the made up pattern.