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textilelover
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Dianne
Middletown NY
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Posted - Apr 17 2010 :  04:48:02 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Does anyone know where I can find an old-fashioned bassinet skirt pattern (the kind with a skirt that goes to the floor)? A friend wants to make a new cover for her neice and can't locate an old-style pattern. Books, websites, etc. are what I was thinking. She's already tried Ebay and pattern company archives but nothing is available. Thanks! Dianne

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MaryLD
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Mary
New Braunfels TX
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Posted - Apr 18 2010 :  3:34:56 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi Dianne,
I'll take a look over the next couple of days to see if I have a pattern. I don't believe I do, but I might. I have a couple of books about making baby things. I also have a book on slipcovers.
~ Your Pincushion Sister,
Mary LD
See if they have a pattern by Sunshine Designs ( out of print) at what must be www.elizabethleedesigns.com. Might be " design" singular after Elizabth Lee's name.

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MaryLD
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Mary
New Braunfels TX
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Posted - Apr 18 2010 :  3:42:25 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I checked- look at www.elizabethlee.com under children's patterns, then under Sunrise Designs. The have a " Victorian nursery" ( or similar name) pattern for $5.00. A floor lenght bassinet skirt is included.
I used Sunrise Designs when my son was a baby. The NIghty Night Pattern had baby gowns and sleepers made with flannel. I was not and I'm still not very experienced with knits except ribbing. The gowns had ribbing at the neck and cuff, so- no buttons or zippers, very easy.
Hope this helps!
Mary LD

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textilelover
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Dianne
Middletown NY
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Posted - Apr 20 2010 :  1:34:15 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Mary, Thank you so much for replying and then doing the legwork! I will pass on the info to my friend. You are a gem! Dianne

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