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Bleuette 1951-1959

Bleuette 1951-1959

The Bleuette clothing was made to fit the Janice Naibert type Bleuette body, (approx 10 and 5/8" (or 27cm) tall with head) but should fit others as well.

All my patterns are authentically designed and tested. They contain excellent instructions so you can make the clothing yourself. A full color cover with several views of the style, clearly typed instructions, and carefully drawn patterns. A complete list of materials needed is provided, along with suggestions for appropriate fabrics and trims. The pattern is contained in a clear plastic sleeve which you can insert into your binder for ease of use and safekeeping. You are buying the pattern or the described item. Any doll, clothing, or accessories pictured are not included.

Bleuette 1951-1959

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Atlantic early 1950's sailor outfit for Bleuette and Rosette 
Every little French girl needed a Marin, or sailor outfit, hanging in her closet. The sharply detailed collar, cuffs and pleated skirt, plus the rows of stitched on braid were tres tres chic!!

Bleuette and Rosette will don these lovely outfits when they go out with Tante Cecile and Lisette, to visit friends and relatives. They will of course behave beautifully, as they have been taught to do by Maman and the good Sisters at school. (But most certainly their thoughts will wander to the lovely trays filled with sweets and tea cakes!)

The summer version of Atlantic was made from white and navy cotton pique, with a tied neck ribbon. It is finished off with a perky Marin hat, with the word "Atlantic" printed on the silk ribbon band.

These charming sailor outfits can be made in either cotton or fine wool, with many variations or red, white and or blue. 
Price: 7.00 USD


Bleuette's Basic Pattern Set - 12 patterns to Mix and Match 
This pattern set has twelve patterns. Ten are G-L styles,and two are from La Semaine de Suzette. You can make them as shown, OR, almost all of the pattern pieces are interchangeable. This means all the sleeves work with all the bodices, all except one of the collars can be switched, and the skirts can be paired with different bodices!

You will notice when looking at the patterns, that even though they were originally sold from between 1927 and 1958, that they all have a bodice with a natural waistline, a gathered or pleated full skirt, various set in sleeves and a variety of collars!

This is a great pattern set, as purists can make them as shown for an authentic re-creation; while those who want to play a bit more will find it easy to create their own unique styles!

This pattern set is contained in a blue paper folder... There is a full color cover sheet, and three sheets in full color show all twelve styles individually too! Each pattern has its own set of clear instructions. And it will be easy to use the different pattern pieces to vary the styles... 
Price: 30.00 USD


Doux Reve 1958 GL for Bleuette and Rosette 
After a wonderful day playing at the beach, Bleuette and Rosette are all tuckered out and ready for a cozy night's sleep.

They love their new nighties, made from the same pattern but different fabrics.

They are almost floor length, and are trimmed with two rows of baby rickrack, stitched on in a bolero shape.

Price: 7.00 USD


Two sundresses: 29 A L'Hombre from 1956 AND Cote D'Emeraude from 1959 for Bleuette and Rosette 
At last! Bleuette and Rosette are all ready to go play at the seashore! Their sweet maman sent them off with TWO very chic beach dresses. The first, Cote D'Emeraude, has crossover shoulder straps, and big pockets to hold their sea shells and the other treasures they find. Oh happy day!

The G-L originals of Cote D'Emeraude were made from green or red cotton poplin with white pique trim.

Style 29 a L'Hombre is a cheerful sundress which fastens up the front, and has a belt. It has a V neck front and back, plus perky shoulder bows. Just the thing to wear outside on a bright summer day! 
Price: 7.00 USD


UNE VEST 1959 for Bleuette and Rosette 
This charming style was originally offered in La Semaine de Suzette… with the pattern given for just the jacket. I have re-drafted the jacket pattern to fit the JN Bleuette and Rosette bodies...and added patterns for a full gathered skirt and open crowned hat! This hat pattern is also usable with many other fifties styles .

The jacket as I made it calls for the edges to be bound, which is a nice design detail, but this can be omitted if you sew the jacket and lining right side to right side, leaving an opening to turn it.

I also added the separate cuff lining for the sleeve, (in a cute "V" shape) so that a contrasting fabric could be used, to co-ordinate with the binding and/or the skirt. 
Price: 7.00 USD


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