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Sewing patterns for doll clothes for Lettie Lane Daisy dolls.

In 1911, The Ladies Home Journal launched a very successful magazine campaign that was targeted toward little girls, created by Sheila Young and centered around her character Lettie Lane and her doll Daisy.  For 3 subscriptions and $4.50 a little girl could order her very own Daisy doll, "The Doll that Has Come to Life".

Ladies Home Journal released patterns for Daisy, printed by The Home Pattern Company.  There were a total of 5 patterns, each pattern containing various outfits for Daisy.
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Ladies Home Journal Pattern for Lettie Lane Kestner Dolls 18 inch 1911 Ladies Home Journal Magazine Pattern for Lettie Lane's The Doll That Has Come to Life - 1st in Series
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Ladies Home Journal Pattern for Lettie Lane Kestner Dolls 18 inch Lettie Lane Daisy doll clothes pattern for bisque and porcelain dolls
1911 Ladies Home Journal Magazine Pattern for Lettie Lane's Doll in Her Vacation Clothes - 3rd in Series 1911 Ladies Home Journal Magazine Pattern for Lettie Lane's Most Beautiful Doll as a Bride - 2nd in Series
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Lettie Lane Daisy doll clothes pattern for bisque and porcelain dolls Lettie Lane Daisy doll clothes pattern for bisque and porcelain dolls
1911 Ladies Home Journal Magazine Pattern for Lettie Lane's Doll in Her School Clothes - 4th in Series 1911 Ladies Home Journal Magazine Pattern for Lettie Lane's Most Beautiful Doll in Her Party Clothes - 5th in Series
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Lettie Lane Daisy doll clothes pattern for bisque and porcelain dolls Lettie Lane Daisy doll clothes pattern for bisque and porcelain dolls