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Historical accessories for Barbie - 5 items


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I'm currently working on crochet patterns to make lots of accessories for Barbie! This is Set 8: Celebrating the Eras. There are instructions for a 1920s headband, Edwardian hat and parasol (parasol doesn't open), and a Victorian purse and top hat. The PDF file you will receive is 15 pages long and includes lots of photos. Please note: The Edwardian hat and parasol patterns are the same as those used in my pattern "Society Tea," except this time I made them with #8 instead of #10 cotton. I just wanted to point this out so you won't be disappointed if you bought the other pattern before. All the other items in this set are completely new designs. Feel free to sell any items you make from my patterns (but do not mass produce). Please do not resell the patterns themselves or make them available online. They are copyrighted. Contact me if you have any questions or feedback! :) I also sell on Etsy: My patterns are available there, as well as some of my finished items. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY sl st, ch, sc, dc instructions given for any special stitches GAUGE varies

Recommended with this pattern

  • Size B/1/2.25mm crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge
  • silver cord
  • Size 8 pearl cotton: beige

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