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Blue leaves block print fabric by the_cornish_crone on Spoonflower - custom fabric

Blue leaves block print fabric by the_cornish_crone on Spoonflower - custom fabric

Snuggly Ugly Rag Dolls wearing exclusive MUNY costumes.About Muny Designs:Muny is a collection of modern, bohemian clothes and bedding for kids and their parents. Beautifully handcrafted and made fair trade, Muny’s beautiful pieces reflect love of craft and design, using ancient techniques of wood block printing, weaving and dyeing skills from artisans in India to bring a range of contemporary textiles. Only azo free, eco-friendly dyes are used in all fabrics.Muny is des...

Snuggly Ugly and Muny Design collaboration by snugglyugly on Etsy

Hinges and Hearts: Metal Heads and Mechanical Dolls; from my book and my site on doll collecting at About.com

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This day dress is made of a vibrantly coloured block-printed cotton. Floral prints were very popular in the late 1820s and 1830s. While some...

Day dress

Day dress hand-made from block-printed cotton and lined with cotton, Great Britain, Day dress hand-made from block-printed cotton and lined with cotton. Cut and constructed for nursing.

The pattern of floral trails seen on the printed fabric of this gown exhibits a blend of influences from Indian-painted and printed textiles, and woven silks, a style which remained popular until the end of the 18th century. The sleeves of this gown are closed with a narrow band of fabric, which fastens with a hook and eye.

Gown

Gown, British, The pattern of floral trails seen on the printed fabric of this gown exhibits a blend of influences from Indian-painted and printed textiles, and woven silks, a style which remained popular until the end of the century.

old-fashion Christmas illustration/card.  The costume might be doable in a paperdoll or doll.

Vintage Christmas Fabric Block Victorian Woman

Winter Woman Collie Dog Victorian Hand Muff Round Sticker created by EDDESIGNS. Customise this design with text or images, or order as shown.

Afternoon dress, ca 1785 England, the Victoria & Albert Museum - In the 1770s & 1780s printed cotton fabrics began to replace silk in popularity for women’s gowns. This gown has a dotted ground & is printed in a repeating pattern of floral sprays. The gown has a fitted back & open front below the waist, revealing a petticoat of the same fabric. The lack of decoration and use of cotton instead of silk shows that this gown was probably worn during summer afternoons rather than for evening…

Afternoon dress, ca 1785 England, the Victoria & Albert Museum “ In the and printed cotton fabrics began to replace silk in popularity for women’s gowns.

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