Description: AMERICAN GIRL 18" DOLL CLOTHES REGENCY EYELET APRON CAROLINE, FELICITY, ELIZABETH LIFE OF FAITH. Aprons were still worn over dresses in 1812. I chose a beautiful white border eyelet for this apron The apron utilizes a drawstring like colonists did. The drawstring is a hand crocheted acrylic yarn. I stitched through the casing to hold the drawstring in, so it can't come out and need to be reinserted or get lost. . The apron ties in the back with the drawstring. Apron can be worn gathered as in the picture or smooth with no gathers. All seams are stitched twice, first with a sewing machine straight stitch and then a serger to prevent fraying. I know how many times these clothes will be put on and taken off, so I strive to make them last for this generation and to be handed down to the next.
Doll, shoes, dress and accessories are not included. Price is for the apron described above.
Additional picture shows what apron looks like with a dress. Dress is for sale as a separate item. This is the same eyelet used for the lower sleeves on the blue and white regency dress and the same eyelet on the eyelet pantaloons, so this apron would be a perfect assessory for that dress.
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NO SHIPPING if picked up locally in Cedar Rapids or CRandIC corridor, Iowa.
SAVE SHIPPING: email me prior to purchase for a combined shipping quote. Always happy to combine shipping.