It was Addy's turn to model for my Downton Abbey line......I had the perfect outfit for her to try on.....White blouse with lace trim on the neck, sleeves and front. Pretty blue skirt, with trim at the waist, and matching cropped jacket. Over it all is a vest type arrangement that I found while looking at fashion for the Victorian lady. Black shoes, and a cute blue hat with white ribbon trim. This is how I envision a proper Victorian Governess to dress! Doll , and props not included. Handmade in my smoke free home. Blouse and Skirt made using 1896 Susan B. Anthony Pattern by Flossie Potter Patterns on Pixie Faire.See more at www.etsy.com/shop/prairiewindgirls
Finally, I know it has taken me forever since I announced I wanted to do this....but it has been a busy few months!!!! I finally have the first outfit in the new Downton Abbey Collection done, and up on my Etsy Site!!!!!
Molly is modeling our Downton Abbey Collection, World War I VAD Nurses Outfit that Lady Sybil wore during the war. Set consists of gray dress, with white collar and cuffs, white apron, armband with Red Cross Insignia, and the VAD headdress. Also Black socks and boots I'd like to thank Genniewren Designs, for the use of a fantastic pattern, along with wonderful history of the pattern. They can be found on Pixie Faire. This was such a fun dress to make....I'm going to alter it a bit to make Anna's Ladies Maid Uniform.....
Here's the second in the collection...Lady Mary's Evening Gown....and below is the gown I used as my inspiration.
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