This isn’t my page (I don’t work for her, we’re not sorority sisters, etc.) but I found it when I was looking for something else and it’s so awesome I have to share. I sew for dolls only occasionally, and I’m sort of burned out on seeing stuff for 18-inch “toddler-type” dolls (short, chubby, bodies), but . . . this stuff is just “wow”! Besides, I’m sure many of our retro seamstresses have children who have dolls, or have dolls themselves.
I recognize a lot of the 1940’s designs from real patterns. She has things from a lot of different decades, too, not just the “pioneer” styles that seem to be most popular for dolls this size.
(I do have a 1950’s-style dirndl skirt on the sewing table but it’s not fit to be posted yet. Give me a few more days. More if I decide I really, truly, cannot wear it without the perfect white sleeveless blouse.)