I made this camisole and petticoat adapted from patterns in the book, Heirloom Doll Clothes for Götz. I love this book! The cami required a little lace shaping and mitering. Spray starching and ironing, as recommended by the author, Martha Pullen, really help to coax the lace into position. Isn’t my model adorable? She is a My Twinn doll. These dolls come in a variety of face sculpts and are able to be posed because of an internal armature. They are approximately twenty-three inches high. This particular little girl has what is known to collectors as the Helen face sculpt. I’ve named her Jessie.