August 13, 2014

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Freebie Friday, (August 15th, 2014), Help Us Decide

Hi everyone,

On Friday (August 15, 2014) we'll have one of the following four patterns available for free. This week we're featuring Liberty Jane Clothing's BFC, INK. patterns. If you're not familiar the Best Friends Club, INK. doll was recently retired by MGA Entertainment and is growing in popularity as a collector item. If you're interested in buying one your best bet is to search on eBay!

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 T-Shirt Variations Pack For BFC, INK. Dolls: Once you download our free Trendy Tee-Shirt pattern guidebook, you can modify it in lots of fun ways with this tee-shirts variations PDF pattern designed to fit your BFC ink doll. You get pieces to make Long-Sleeves, 3/4 length Sleeves, short gathered Sleeves, as well as a higher neck-line style, and a scooped neck-line.

The Harajuku Station Skirt For The BFC, INK. Doll: Harajuku style for your BFC Ink. Doll – YES YOU CAN! We are now offering our Liberty Jane Harajuku Station Skirt PDF Pattern modified for your BFC Ink. doll. It’s trendy and fun. Once you learn how – you can make tons of skirts in denim, cotton, and even satin. Your BFC Ink. doll will look great!Don’t forget as a special bonus gift you’ll receive the instructions for making a Shiny Happy Dress for your BFC, INK. doll.

The San Remo Dress For The BFC, INK. Doll: The San Remo PDF dress pattern is now available for BFC, Ink. Dolls! Originally designed for 18 inch American Girl Dolls, this Liberty Jane design features a fully lined, strapless dress with princess seams and topstitching accents. Wear this dress on it’s own or over a tee or tank top, check the free patterns tab for those patterns. There are 16 pages of full color step by step instruction and 2 pages of printable pattern pieces. There is also a text only instructions page, to save on printer ink!

The U.K. Holiday Outfit For The BFC, INK. Doll: The U.K. Holiday outfit PDF pattern is now available for BFC, Ink. Dolls! Originally designed for the American Girl Doll - this classic Liberty Jane design features a peasant style top with an elastic casing sewn in at the hips and can be worn belted or on it’s own. Wear this top with tights or leggings, the leggings pattern is included. To see an easy tutorial for making doll tights, click here. To get the free belt pattern, click here.

 

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Tell Us What You Think:

We'd love to hear your opinion about which pattern should win - and why you voted for it. Leave a comment below.


27 Comments

Carolyn
Carolyn

August 15, 2014

Thanks for the BFC pattern.

Rene
Rene

August 15, 2014

Yeah!! So glad the UK Holiday outfit came out tops!
Love it!
Now my 2 BFC girls can have some more clothes!
Thanks so much!

Margaret
Margaret

August 15, 2014

The San Remo dress is so cute. I’d love it to win this week.

CECELIA
CECELIA

August 14, 2014

All the patterns are great.Hope to see more BFC patterns in future.Thanks for such variety, it makes sewing so much fun and my granddaughter loves the different looks.

LIndaB
LIndaB

August 14, 2014

So glad to see that you mix it up once in a while. The grandaughter has an AG and Bitty Baby. How about a freebie for those once in a while?
Thanks for all the generosity!

DorrieBelle
DorrieBelle

August 14, 2014

I’m hoping it won’t take much to adapt the San Remo dress from BFC, Ink size to Disney Princess and me size. Good luck to everyone, and thanks again for the awesome patterns you share with us !

Nancy
Nancy

August 14, 2014

I love the skirt with tulle underneath

Janice Hamman
Janice Hamman

August 14, 2014

I vote for the San Remo Dress. It is really pretty.

Dell
Dell

August 14, 2014

To Carol, there is a san remo pattern for the AG doll.

Chrystal
Chrystal

August 14, 2014

I’m voting for the skirt. Hope it will fit one of my other dolls. The holiday outfit is cute, and so is the dress.

Carol
Carol

August 14, 2014

Love the San Remo Dress; would love to know how to enlarge to fit the AG size doll. If that is possible would you let us know as well as how to reduce for those who have these smaller sized dolls. Thanks in advance.

Sylvia
Sylvia

August 14, 2014

Sorry cannot vote on this. Only have a Maplelea doll to sew for…same size as AG, but a little larger tush and feet! ;o) But those with a BFC will do doubt be thrilled that you are blessing them this time. xo

Becky
Becky

August 13, 2014

Don’t have a BFC, but then I don’t have any of the dolls your designers design for. My Kids and Kats doll ( soon to be dolls,) have a wonderful wardrobe using AG patterns, taking in 1/4 inch at each shoulder. I’ll download whatever gem you bless us with, and compare to see if I can use it, but if not, thank you anyway. Thank you for your generosity.

Kelly
Kelly

August 13, 2014

The patterns are all cute, especially the San Remo pattern. Unfortunately, our family doesn’t have any BFC dolls. So, thanks for the opportunity; but I’ll probably sit this offer out. Best regards.

Sharon
Sharon

August 13, 2014

I would vote for the Harakuju Station Skirt.

Cynthia
Cynthia

August 13, 2014

I voted for the San Remo Dress also. We have 2 of the BFC dolls. They really don’t have a wardrobe, yet.

Marge R (mer)
Marge R (mer)

August 13, 2014

I voted for the San Remo dress, as I LOVE it. Hoping if it wins it may fit my newest 18" Gotz doll who’s much thinner than my AG’s or whatever pattern wins this week. Nice other doll brands have a chance to win too!

Laura
Laura

August 13, 2014

Thank you for the BFC offerings… I have one doll and very few patterns… Love this look! Thank you … grateful for the freebies !!

Melangell
Melangell

August 13, 2014

Thanks so much for offering a BFC Ink pattern again. We have several of these dolls and are always grateful for patterns for them. I voted for the San Remo pattern because it is different from the separates that I currently have.

Sharon, I use these patterns for my A Girl for all Time dolls.

Janine
Janine

August 13, 2014

So disappointed-not 1 AG pattern.

DorrieBelle
DorrieBelle

August 13, 2014

Ooh, I’m really hoping for the San Remo dress – it looks so versatile, and I’d love to see what other dolls it could fit ! Thanks again for another wonderful Freebie Friday !

Sharon
Sharon

August 13, 2014

Harajuku skirt has been offered before. I am voting for the san remo dress. I have read that these dolls also fit some thinner 18 inch ones. I had found that out from a link from google. Thanks very much for this offering!

Gloria
Gloria

August 13, 2014

I don’t have dolls to fit these out fits but will watch and see how people vote and I’ll help by vote for what you like

Sheila
Sheila

August 13, 2014

I’m really pleased to see another BFC pattern. I have many AG dolls but got 2 BFC dolls after the last free pattern for them. When looking at the free patterns, which are all nice, I try to vote for ones that are a little more challenging to make because I do a lot of sewing and design a lot of patterns myself. I have looked at the San Remo dress pattern many times and chose it because of the nice front seam detail.

Kyla
Kyla

August 13, 2014

I’m not sure if this pattern can be made for an american girl doll but the holiday outfit is cute. I just got into sewing about a year ago and my daughter loves to pick out patterns for her dolls. Can’t wait to suprise her for a bundle this Christmas….

Marilyn
Marilyn

August 13, 2014

Harajuku skirt.
I wish it would fit my GD’s American Girl Doll… wonder how to adapt it.
thanks for your lovely patterns.
Marilyn

Sheila
Sheila

August 13, 2014

I’m really pleased to see BFC patterns again. I went out and bought 2 BFC dolls the last time the pattern was for BFC’s. All the patterns are nice, but I have been looking at the San Remo pattern for a while, so I hope that this is the one.

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