Baba Yaga

‘Sleepy Head Go To Bed’ early 1900s Dress


Upcycled, cotton and lace early 1900s nightgown with appliqué from a homemade 1960s pillowcase. Across the chest sit three embroidered panels that read, “sleepy head go to bed,” with appliqué of a kid in pjs yawning next to a bed. The dress fastens with three buttons at the chest and comes with elbow-length sleeves, a lace collar, armbands, and ruffles across the back, shoulders, and chest. 

Upcycled slow, in house, and by hand. 
One of one. 

Material: Cotton, Lace. 

*Note: The appliqué has a few rust spots the size of a pinprick (photographed last). Not noticeable when worn. 


20.5” pit-to-pit

64” waist (measurements doubled)

80” hips (measurements doubled)

54” length

18” sleeve outseam

9.25” sleeve armband circumference* (taught)

*sits above the elbow

16” shoulders

Final Sale.

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