A++ for this set. Well, I took the plunge- I bought this full set on eBay. It's from 1992. The price wasn't that bad. Seems a lot of others are up for sale, price goes down with competition.
The workmanship is wonderful. The tiny stays are perfect. The cloth is a heavy muslin. The stays feel like they are plastic. I really appreciate the PC for the amount of detail they used in the original pieces. The pocket has very fine embroidery with a single thread. The colors are nice and sharp. The corset has tiny stays and the sewing of the garment is perfection. Very well put together. The hoops are tremendous, in terms of the sewing. Again, the stays and the placement are rendered quite well. I was going to use these as a diagram for sewing a set from the patterns. But, I seriously don't think I can do as well. Worth the price for either doll. Will make an outfit...in terms of it being realistic and fitting well.
~the real Laura Ingalls~
Laura Ingalls, 1880
Happy collector of all things Kirsten and Molly. Somethings Samantha.
The time traveling TLC/AG owner.
My rehabed Historical AG girls are: Kitty, Molly, Livy, Samantha (Lady Mary Crowley).
NRFB Kirsten and a Berenger Baby Britta