Hi Dollmakers and Mini Enthusiasts,
First, thank you bunches for making our first ever flash sale last month a big success. 
This month is a nod to the Tudors and an excuse to make a really cool outfit. As a bonus we have created an accessories printie sheet for the Tudor doublet outfit and it's a Freebie! Who knew paper embellishments could look so sumptuous? It's the same printie used in the example doll. Isn't he dashing in that historic get-up? 
 

 
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Tudor Doublet & Slops Outfit Pattern
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A bit of 16th century eye candy. These portraits show Tudor Era children with their dolls. 
Portrait of Arabella Stewart, 1577. Chesterfield, Hardwick Hall.
Arabella clutches a fashion doll that has hands, which may be a part of articulated arms of wood.  
DaniŽl van den Queborn 
Portrait of Louise Juliana of Orange Nassau aged ca. 6, with a doll, c. 1582 
Siegerlandmuseum


Costuming Tip:
When working with slippery fabrics like China silk, try an even coating of extra-hold hairspray before you work with the fabric. Test for colorfastness on a scrap first. The hairspray adds a bit of stiffness to make silks easier to handle.