18th century gown for (walking) 1 year old boy

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18th century gown for (walking) 1 year old boy

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About to embark on my son's first toddler gown. Any patterns anyone can recommend using/avoiding? We have the one in Tidings so far. Or any other advice that we might find helpful. My older boy was considerably bigger when we started re enacting so this is my first time with toddler kit. Thanks.
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Wotcha, we may have some of Small's early gowns hanging around(no tartan though), drop Kitty an email or a phone call.
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Will do. Thanks. Plain is best for all event compatibility but wouldn't tartan look good? :lol:
If one could make alive again for other people some cobwebbed skein of old dead intrigues and breathe breath and character into dead names and stiff portraits. That is history to me! ~George Macaulay Trevelyan

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