“‘Stop a bit,’ interposed Miss Wren. ‘I’ll give the lady my card.’ She produced it from her pocket with an air …. Miss Abbey, with manifest tokens of astonishment, took the diminutive document, and found it to run concisely thus:—
“Miss JENNY WREN,
Dolls attended at their own residences.”
(Our Mutual Friend, by Charles Dickens, Book III, Chapter 2)
This set of doll clothes (made for this project) turned out beautifully. It includes a pink, sparkly plaid jumper with a pink, lacy blouse; tapestry pants (introduced in this post); a tapestry jumper; and a long-sleeved, silky blouse — all ready to mix and match. They turned out very sweet!