costume for a 8" doll Sarah by Simba.
The doll is
rerooted and repainted.
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- The slate blue overdress is princess-seamed,
with the full skirt; it consists from 9 parts + sleeves, the
back is laced up.The overddress has a slit at the neckline,
closed by buttons and revealing the underdress. The bell sleeves are of 3/4 length and they are bag
lined with the same material as the underdress is made from. There is an embroidery around the
neckline and the sleeve hems.
- The underdress is made on the same pattern as the
overdress, only it has not the front slit and the sleeves are
long, straight and fitted to the wrist. For
the occassion of taking photos the both dresses were stitched
together around the neckline
- The belt, the scabbard and the pouch for the
cordial vial were made from a fine red leather. They are
embellished with parts of an old filligrain button, a bead
cap, stamped stars and golden painting, and then covered with
gloss varnish for acryllic paints. The dagger is a pendant I
bought long time ago, and the vial are simply 3 beads on a
wire. The clasps are made from brass wires.
- The dark red cloak is of 3/4 circular shape,
shortened on the front; the cream stitching borders all edges
of the cloak.
- To the costume also belong the leather dark brown peasant
shoes and the white tights.