Monster High goes Marie Antoinette – Free doll dress pattern

18th Century, the age of enligtenment and frills… Now your monster high (and maybe Ever after high dolls, if you add a little extra around to each piece) dolls can enjoy the style as well! Here’s a few of the dresses I’ve made with the pattern:

Custom Repaint and rerooted monster high doll with handmade Marie Antoinette dress

Custom Repaint and rerooted monster high doll with handmade Marie Antoinette dress

The above is made with thin, flowing fabric, like cotton voile/ batiste, if you want spoonflower fabrics, it’s closest to their cotton lawn. You need Fat Quarter to make the full skirt like in the picture above.

Short version of monster high rococo pattern modeled by Operetta

Short version of monster high rococo pattern modeled by Operetta

You need to add a little bit more seam allowance, if you use heavy/stiff  fabrics like the bridal sateen above. It was a left over scrap from a georgian corset I made, a little too heavy for a doll but at least scraps don’t go waste. This time I cut the skirt shorter.

Free pattern at merineiti.wordpress.com and the miniature regency print fabric available in Merineiti spoonflower shop

Free pattern at merineiti.wordpress.com and the miniature regency print fabric available in Merineiti spoonflower shop

Now this is made from custom miniature fabric, after historical printed cottons from Georgian / Regency era, it’s available to buy in merineiti spoonflower shop currently in white and cream yellow. You only need the test swatch piece to make this! The skirt will however be shorter and less full than the pattern suggests, you need fat quarter for that, but I’ll explain how to adjust to that in the video tutorial (coming soon on Merineiti youtube channel).

This miniature historical print fabric is available to buy - only need a test swatch! http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/3101224

This miniature historical print fabric is available to buy – only need a test swatch! http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/3101224

Please follow the blog to keep updated when the how to sew this rococo princess dress post is published, as well as tutorial for the skirt part. And maybe later I’ll show you how to make monster high doll shoes as well.

If you are on youtube, you might want to subscribe to Merineiti youtube channel to get the chance to see the video tutorial for monster high dress before it’s on the blog!
Also available tutorial for the ruffled fashion doll skirt here.

Free fashion doll rococo dress pattern under the cut!

free monster high dress pattern

Free doll clothes pattern for rococo princesses by merineiti

Click and save, you should be able to save it full size 🙂 Print out as 100%, designed to fit single A4. Tutorial on how to sew will be available later here in the blog and youtube so please subscribe!

Updates will also be showing on twitter.com/merineiti if you prefer that, and I also opened up merineiti facebook page.
A guide on how to print will also follow some time in the future, in the meantime if you have trouble please let me know in the comments.

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