Here we see a Ken doll wearing an auburn wig in a hairstyle that was common during the middle ages. His vest is red with gold rickrack. His puff sleeves are made of floral cotton in a gold print. His bi colored trousers are red and white striped on one leg and gold on the other. He wears black boots made of craft felt. He stands in a ballroom with a bust of Shakespeare behind him. On the wall is a family crest in red and blue cotton hanging with a drape effect. The crest symbol is a gold cross. There's a door to the doll's left, as if he could exit the room whenever he's ready.

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This handsome young man will be playing Count Paris in my dolly rendition of Romeo and Juliet. While we wait for the stop-motion film of Romeo and Juliet to be released, I’m giving away free patterns for all the costumes I’ve designed for this play/film. These patterns will fit many fashion dolls including Ken, G.I. Joe, and more. And here they are for you to … Continue reading Free #sewingpattern for Ken #doll vest, shirt, pants, and #boots @