Garibaldi Blouse, Skirt and Belt - Multi-Sized Pattern PDF or Print
PATD15 ~ Garibaldi Shirt, Skirt & Belt Doll Pattern
Garibaldi Shirt is a loose blouse worn by women and children in the mid-19th century, made in imitation of the red shirts worn by the soldiers of the Italian patriot hero Giuseppe Garibaldi. Garibaldi's total sincerity and exceptional physical courage gave him the kind of personal magnetism which made women of all classes love him, and men of all classes follow him in circumstances of acute danger. The fashion for the Garibaldi shirt was initiated by Empress Eugenie of France and it was extremely popular during the first half of the 1860s. Versions in white and lighter fabrics also appeared, and children frequently wore it. This is considered to be the direct ancestor of the modern women blouse.
Options to order:
1. PDF File to download and print from your own computer
2. Printed in black and white and mailed to you - shipping will apply
Pattern multi-sized for two popular 18" Dolls:
~ for American Girl Dolls and Gotz
~ for the slim Carpatina Dolls and Kidz n Cats
This professionally made sewing pattern includes photos and instructions.
Difficulty Level: Medium
- 1/3 yard main fabric for shirt (light weight cotton)
- 1/2 yard contrast lace trim for shirt
- 1/3 yard print fabric for skirt
- Snaps or buttons for closure
- Matching thread
Dress forms and Petticoat
Carpatina patterns are intended for personal use. They can also be used for small scale business as long as you credit us for the pattern design such as "Made using a Carpatina Pattern" listed on your websites, Ebay or similar selling sites.