Tuesday, February 21, 2006

"Linda's New Doll Pattern" Series - "Jacob and Mercy" Colonial Doll Patterns

"Jacob" and "Mercy" might be brother and sister but they aren't anything alike. Jacob was born with a silver spoon in his mouth and very much expects everything to be given to him on a silver platter. He decided early on that he wanted to be an aristocrat with all the trimmings. His tastes, manners, and opinions are all characteristic of wanting to belong to the upper class.

Mercy was also born with a silver spoon in her mouth, too, but takes after her Mother and is more interested in others than in herself. She thinks her brother Jacob should also be more concerned with humanitarian efforts than his own egotistical concerns.

Despite that Mercy loves her brother. Mercy might be "sweet as pie" but, woe be it to the person who speaks ill or tries to harm her brother. Don't be fooled by her sweetness and charm. She will defend her brother and her family until the bitter end. Her mission in life, however, is to help others.

Jacob" and "Mercy" are part of the new doll patterns that make up my new Colonial Doll Patterns Series. Jacob is a 16" Colonial boy doll pattern and Mercy is a 16" Colonial girl doll pattern.

"Jacob" has a mass of dark brown hair along the sides and top of his head. He has a cloth body with an embroidered face, black beads for eyes, shirt underneath his velvet jacket, lace collared velvet jacket with large buttons, velvet pantaloons with cuffs and black boots with ties. He has been spoiled rotten since birth and expects you to spoil him to.

"Mercy" has a mass of dark brown curly hair all over her head with a bow in the back. She has a cloth body with an embroidered face, black beads for eyes, lace trimmed bloomers, lace trimmed velvet dress adorned with 3 large buttons, lace trimmed apron, and black boots with ties.

Both "Mercy" and "Jacob" are available as print patterns or E-Patterns on the Colonial Page of my Linda Walsh Originals website. Plus, they will all be available as Instant E-Pattern Downloads at my store at Pattern Mart.

Posted by Linda Walsh Originals - "Doll Patterns for Grown-up Girls!"

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