Here are the free, printable sewing patterns for the Pilgrim-style doll bonnet that you see in the image above. Tomorrow I’ll post the tutorial video for making this old-fashioned hat, so you’ll know what to do with these patterns:
This month I’m “remastering” some of my old videos and changing JPG image to PDFs, so you can easily download all the patterns for my old Swedish traditional costume for 18” dolls, which seems to remind people a lot of the outfits the Pilgrim women wore according to our Thanksgiving tradition, here in the United States.
Maybe that’s because the Pilgrims (although originally English), emigrated to North America from Denmark, which is part of Scandinavia (along with Norway and Sweden). So it makes sense that every year around Thanksgiving time, people submit requests to have me convert these old, hand-drawn patterns for Swedish traditional clothes into easy-to-print PDFs.
So that’s what I’ve been doing during the month of November.
If you’re curious about why I’m digging up these old patterns and tutorial videos, read more about it right here.
Don’t forget to show your appreciation for my free patterns and tutorials by sharing them on Facebook, pinning them on Pinterest, and/or tweeting about them (yes, you have my permission). Here’s another JPG image you can easily share on Pinterest, for example: