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The Bleuette doll was first introduced in France in 1905 in La Semaine de Suzette magazine. This colorful weekly magazine was designed to teach little French girls the fine art of French hand sewing, cooking and proper etiquette skills by their mothers and grandmothers. Little French girls loved receiving the magazine of the doll patterns in each issue.

The Bleuette doll evolved as a model for the vast wardrobe which could be created from the weekly patterns. Over 1,060 patterns were published in La Semaine de Suzette during the magazine's circulation.

Bleuette patterns were created for the four seasons. She had a wardrobe of patterns for outerwear, bonnets, dresses, lingerie, sportswear, bedtime apparel, as well as her beloved deguisements. Costumes for holidays, parties, playing pretend with her friends and special garments for ceremonies of the church. 

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The Bleuette doll was first introduced in France in 1905 in La Semaine de Suzette magazine. This colorful weekly magazine was designed to teach little French girls the fine art of French hand sewing, cooking and proper etiquette skills by their mothers and grandmothers. Little French girls loved receiving the magazine because of the doll patterns in each issue. The Bleuette doll evolved as a model for the vast wardrobe which could be created from the weekly doll patterns in each issue. Over 1,060 patterns were published in La Semaine de Suzette during the magazine's circulation.    

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