Well-known for her doll clothing, German designer Rosemarie Ionker now turns her creative hand to clothing today’s popular fashion dolls. Drawing on her background as a fashion student in Germany in the late 1950s and 1960s, Ms. Ionker has created a collection of patterns reflecting the prêt-a-porter styles of those days, which are now viewed as classics of fashion design. In this book she offers patterns for basic pieces from which seamstresses can create a skirt, jacket, pants and dresses, using a variety of fabrics and embellishments. Presented with her usual easy-to-follow instructions and guidance, the patterns are sized to fit today’s 15—16-inch fashion dolls, including Alex, Tyler, Gene and their friends, as well as smaller and larger dolls such as Tiny Kitty Collier, Coquette Cissy and the Tonner Doll Company’s American Models. Samples of the completed clothing are modeled by a variety of dolls and shown in full-color photographs.