A dirndl is a type of traditional dress worn in Germany and especially Bavaria, Austria and South Tyrol. It is based on the traditional clothing of Alp peasants. Nowadays, the Dirndl is often seen at traditional festivals, the most famous being Oktoberfest.
With this pattern you can create a button front or lace-up front dirndl. Both options have a mock front and the dress closes with Velcro in the back.
The blouse is a crop top that is closed with snaps in the back and is worn underneath the dirndl. The apron completes the traditional dress.
Specification: Dirndl for 18 inch Dolls
Liese Brouwer is the designer behind Doll Tag Clothing. She is also the creator of South African Girl Doll and Doll Play South Africa.
Liese was born and raised in South Africa and has been sewing, knitting and crocheting from a very young age. She was taught by her mom and grandmother. Sewing is at the heart of the family. To this day they are the creators of Hatched in Africa embroidery designs.
Liese lives in South African with her husband, two sons and a daughter!