On Friday (May 16th, 2014) we'll have one of the following four patterns available for free. This week we're featuring Liberty Jane Clothing patterns.
More About Cinnamon Miles, Liberty Jane Clothing: Cinnamon is the co-founder of Liberty Jane Clothing and Pixie Faire. She strives to design on-trend clothing for American Girl® and other doll types.
Help us decide which one of Cinnamon's trendy patterns should be free by voting below. Then come back on Friday to see which pattern won and get the free download.
Here is more information about each pattern:
The California Cami: The Liberty Jane California Cami PDF Pattern features a cute top that was shown in both the Abercrombie and French Fries outfit and the Getty Villa Stroll Outfit. Pattern includes two strap styles and a dress length option. Designed to be sewn with a knit fabric for the bodice and a lightweight fabric with soft drape for the ruffle.
The Cut-Off Shorts: Every American Girl deserves a trendy pair of cut off shorts! Now you can give her what she needs with this quick and easy PDF pattern.
The Over The Shoulder Tee: The Liberty Jane Off the Shoulder Tee 18 inch Doll Clothes PDF Pattern. This top was featured in the 2011 Fall Collection. This top is easy to make and sewing with knit fabrics in this design is not complicated at all! It is designed to hang loose and be layered over a tank top.
The Mini Skirt: The Liberty Jane Denim Mini Skirt 18 inch Doll Clothes PDF Pattern. Classic mini skirt style! If your AG Doll doesn’t want to wear a classic denim mini skirt, we’d be shocked! Have you asked her lately? Is she permanently stuck in 1774? Maybe you should let her out, just for an afternoon! If you take her to the mall, she’s going to see Hollister, then you’re going to be in big trouble. She’ll never want to put that long dress on again. So her knees show, is that really such a big deal when you’ve got pretty and lean plastic legs? It’s your choice of course, but we think she might like it! And the best part of course, this fun mini skirt is simple to make. Once you learn how, you can do dozens of variations with different colors and fabric styles.