Clothing for Pioneer children
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Sew-What offers quality made, affordable pioneer, prairie and western clothes for children. We have 30 years of experience and are here to help!Now is the time to get the pioneer clothing ordered for your child.Scroll down for Boys Pioneer Clothes
Pioneer Girl Outfit
Apron and Bonnet
We use a cottonfloral print or calicofor the dress and then acoordinating patternfor the apron or pinafore.
It has matching or contrastinglacearound the neckline.
The bonnet has matching or contrasting fabric, to add appeal.
And we make it with room to grow! We add "tucking" at the bottom, which can be taken out and will make the dress longer.
Wash and dry!
This is a wonderful pioneer outfit!
A rainbow of colors available!
Different trim options shown.
Use a metal bucket, or basket for your pioneer girl to carry her lunch and stuff. Just ask, and we will send extra fabric to cover it.
Deluxe pioneer girls outfitIncludes:
Dress, bonnet, pinafore and pantaloonsVery Pretty and a great value!
0(a savings)Each piece is adorned with either lace or ric rak and extradetails.
Pantaloonshave tucking and extra trim, usually contrasting, matching the dress!
ThePinaforeis right out of Little house on the Prairie!
The extra details that we add on, such as the extra lace and buttons, really make this special.
This is the perfect outfit for your
special pioneer girl.
Add pantaloons for
The girls just love these! We make these
so that they show,under the dress!
Add trim for per piece
(really cute and adds so much to the outfit)
Long sleeves, add
Cape or, with (faux) fur
Need just 1 piece?
Child's Prairie Style Bonnet Medium Colors May Vary 100% Cotton Dress Up Hat
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He also wrote ballads in the Mexican "corrido" style that honored Robert Kennedy and farmworkers' rights leader Cesar Chavez.
He already was a star in Mexico and the Southwest for his traditional songs when he crossed into the mainstream charts in 1955 with a parody of "The Ballad of Davy Crockett" from a Walt Disney movie. He replaced the pioneer frontiersman with a Mexican called Pancho Sanchez. It sold 500,000 copies.