Welcome to Prairie Wind Collection....where you will find all sorts of information, items and things for sale dealing with Historical American Girl Dolls. Welcome to my passion, I hope to help bring your dolls and history to life!
Oh, how Felicity hated to help with housework! But when she did she wore
a striped gown of hand-loomed cotton so she didn’t spoil her good
clothes. Knot her kerchief around her neck, or simply tuck it into her
bodice as colonial girls did. Tie her apron around her waist, and don’t
forget her ruffled mob cap—a must for dusty chores! She even has a sample of needlepoint!!!!
Samantha dressed like a proper young lady even when she was playing.
Her dress of blue and white check had a big yoke and crisp
white cuffs. The ruffly play pinafore was supposed to keep the dress
clean and the matching hairbow was supposed to stay tied even when she
was climbing trees or chasing bratty Eddie Ryland. She looks sooo....sweet!!!!
Here is Kirsten, all dressed up waiting for the ship to leave for America.....I love the colors and look of this outfit. Traditional Swedish Dirndl, kerchief and carpetbag. Outfit can be found on my Etsy shop www.etsy.com/shop/prairiewindgirls