||Two part OOAK gown for 12" doll. Using a velvet to make the dress for such a small doll really wasn't the best idea... maybe, in future, I will make another dress from a mossy crepe-de chine.
- Gown has a one-piece tight-fitting bodice (shoulder seams don't exist) with pointed waist, and a wide, almost circular cut skirt. The wide front panel overlaps the edges of the front skirt. Skirt and bodice are lined in a dark green lining and fasten back with hooks and eyes.
Inset sleeves are bag lined in contrasting lining, as like as the front panel. I am really unhappy with these sleeves, but I did my best... Into these sleeves are inserted tight, long inner sleeves.
- The boat neck is edged with golden embroidered trim . There is a continuous-rolled yoke above the boat neckline, opened in the front; it folds back down and looks like a collar.
Bell-shaped underskirt is not attached to the gown.
- To the outfit belongs also the silver-plated belt, consisting of little medallions with motive of triskell. The medallions are crocheted together with a fine silver bullion.
- For gown I used a dark green polyester stretch velvet;
- a dark green habotai for the neck trim, the bodice and the skirt lining;
- a grey jacquard (a blend of viscose and silk) for underskirt, yoke, inner sleeves and lining of the front skirt panel and the wide sleeves.
- The trim was embroidered with fine gold bullion (french knots, stem and chain stitches), as like as the wrong side of the yoke.