Tiny Kitty & Skipper Pattern Line

This group of patterns includes all of the following patterns.

  • 1930’s princess line dress without a train.

This lovely princess line gown is suitable for silks in solids or prints. A lace collar is the finishing touch. Suitable for silks and cottons.

  • Princess line dress with long flowing train and lace collar

This lovely princess line gown with a long flowing train is suitable for silks in solids or prints. A lace collar is the finishing touch. This would make a fantastic wedding gown with additional lace or beads as decoration.
Suitable for silks and cottons.

  • Oriental Halter Top Gown

High neck sleeveless gown is an elegant base for many evening gown ideas. Add beads or lace, use an oriental style print or light brocade to change up the look.
Suitable for silks and cottons.

  • French darted bodice with slim skirt that flares at the bottom

Suitable for silks and cottons.

  • Spaghetti Strap low cut bodice with double full skirt

This beautiful gown combines twin circles to create an extra full gown that can have a single, double or even a triple petticoat under it.
Suitable for many fabrics but especially silks or silk like materials.

  • Asymmetrical fitted top and fitted pants with lacing decoration

This cute little top & Capri pant combo fits both Tiny Kitty and Skipper
Suitable for light velvets, silks and cottons

  • Double circle halter top dress

This dress was inspired by Jennifer Grey’s dress from Dirty Dancing


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 Little Bo Peep

brenda-oriental-halter-dress Brenda Starr

Alaska State Fair 2005

Sunday, September 18, 2005


This year I decided it was time to start entering the Alaska State Fair. I’ve entered multiple County and local fairs for handcrafted items over the years growing up but not at the state level. It was time and my hard work paid off this year in the form of a first place ribbon on one of my nicest items I’ve done yet… Little Bo Peep and her Sheep otherwise known as Kitty Collier and Tiny Betsy.

When I find some time I’ll post the photos of them at the fair with their ribbon. The judge’s comment on my form was “cute sheep girl” and I do have to admit Betsy is cute!

Both patterns appeared in the Halloween Issue of International Doll Magazine (No longer published).