October 29, 2014

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Freebie Friday, (Oct. 31, 2014), Help Us Decide

Hi everyone,

On Friday (October 31, 2014) we'll have one of the following four patterns available for free from Cinnamon Miles. 

More About Cinnamon Miles, Liberty Jane Clothing: Cinnamon is the co-founder of Liberty Jane Clothing and Pixie Faire. She's also the author of several bestselling books on fashion and sewing. She strives to design on-trend clothing made to fit 18 inch dolls such as 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 Shibuya Jacket: Shibuya 109 is the fashion hub for Japanese teens. The trends that start here instantly spread across the country. All eyes are on you. Make a statement and stand out in the crowd with this simple yet striking steampunk inspired look. The Shibuya Jacket Doll Clothes PDF Pattern is now available for your American Girl® Doll. This jacket was featured in the Liberty Jane 2011 Fall Line Tokyo Libby outfit.

The Ruched Hoodie: This new Hoodie design was feartured in the Liberty Jane Fall 2012 Malibu Libby: Star Spotting outfit and it is now available as a pdf pattern! Perfect for any season, this ruched hoodie will look great on your 18 inch American Girl ® Doll! This is an intermediate level pattern because of the amount of pieces, zipper instalation, and the gathering technique. The body of the jacket is lined, the design features an empire waistline with delicate rushing as well as ruching along the center front. It is designed to be made from a thin knit such as the new rayon blends.

The Sofia Blazer: The Liberty Jane Sofia Blazer PDF pattern designed to fit 18 inch American Girl Dolls will compliment a variety of outfits! The jacket features princess seams on both the front and back and is fully lined. The Pine Gap variation is also included - this style features front pockets and tabs on the shoulders for a military inspired look.

The Cropped Jacket: The Liberty Jane cropped jacket 18 inch doll clothes PDF pattern. A great fitting cropped jacket with long sleeves accented with grommets (really tiny eyelets) designed to fit American Girl dolls.

 

 Take a Look At Each Pattern:

 

We'd love to hear your opinion - which one of these fun patterns should be free? Leave a comment below with your opinion!

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66 Comments

Bert
Bert

January 04, 2015

That’s a smart answer to a difclfuit question.

Bonnie
Bonnie

November 01, 2014

great designs hard to choose but 1st cropped jacket 2nd hoody 3rd fitted blazer

Dianne
Dianne

October 31, 2014

Love the hoodie!!!!!! Adorable!

DorrieBelle
DorrieBelle

October 31, 2014

They all look fabulous – but I’m glad the ruched hoodie won. Thank you !

gma
gma

October 30, 2014

The hoodie is cute.

Bettina Arvizo
Bettina Arvizo

October 30, 2014

I liked the cropped jacket. I think it is a style that can be dressed up or casual.

Elaine
Elaine

October 30, 2014

Love the blazer. Cute

CAROLYN
CAROLYN

October 30, 2014

They all look amazing. I choose the cropped jacket, with the holidays coming this jacket can be sewn neither casual or dressy. Thank you for all the free patterns they are great!!!!

Laura S.
Laura S.

October 30, 2014

Shibuya Jacket! Very nice!

Laura
Laura

October 30, 2014

Shibuya Jacket, too adorable. Very Steampunk, can’t wait to try this one

Kara
Kara

October 30, 2014

I voted Sofia blazer :)

Jean
Jean

October 30, 2014

Toss up between Blazer and Hoodie Love them both. Blazer got my vote

betty
betty

October 30, 2014

Wow what generosity !!! patterns are beautifulI, thank you for that !!… I vote the sofia blazer even if I really like all, because the choice is very difficult ;-))

Emily
Emily

October 30, 2014

I voted for the blazer! I love all of them but my last attempt with a zipper didn’t work out so well, so I am hoping for something without one! Thanks for the patterns I am loving them!!

Jody
Jody

October 30, 2014

My grandaughter and I picked the ruched hoodie as I already have the other patterns. Thank you so much for the free patterns. I have several of your patterns and they are very easy to make.

Marilyn
Marilyn

October 30, 2014

Thank you for Freebie Friday. I look forward each Friday to something to make. My grand daughter and I loved the Ruched Hoodie. We already have the Sofia Blazer and I made the Pine Gap Jacket. It looks great with jeans and boots.

Jean
Jean

October 30, 2014

Hi,
I voted for the Sofia Blazer although it was a hard decision any pattern would
be great.. Thanks again for all the freebies

Nancy L
Nancy L

October 30, 2014

The Sofia Blazzer is adorable!!! I hope it wins!!!

Marilyn
Marilyn

October 30, 2014

I’m hoping for the ruched hoodie.
The others look like more work and nobody but me is still wearing Sofia-type jackets (my granddaughter told me).
I also like “easy” as my beloved girlies have three dolls “needing” clothes.
Thank you for the free patterns.

Vicki R
Vicki R

October 30, 2014

I love Freebie Friday. I want to vote for all 4! Thanks, again! Cropped Jacket gets the vote here.

Amanda
Amanda

October 30, 2014

Thank you for all of your generosity! It’s s much fun to vote & see what wins

sylvia
sylvia

October 30, 2014

WOW! I have been sewing up a storm for Christmas gifts, from all the patterns I have from you….and now what a choice to have make from these lovely designs!! Thank you so much for your wonderful generousity Cinnamon. I LOVE the blazer, as it is so perfect for all the outfits I have made already. But then so is the cut off jacket too! I’m happy to receive whatever wins the most votes!

Lori
Lori

October 29, 2014

Decisions … Decisions … Thank you for the free patterns and the opportunity to decide … I pick the Ruched Hoodie

Julia
Julia

October 29, 2014

The Shibuya Jacket !!! I’ve been watching and waiting for the matching shorts pattern. Love your Steampunk and Harijuku Station designs. So trendy and way different from anything you’ll find ready made for Dolls!

Inga
Inga

October 29, 2014

Did not make this easy this week!!! I only have the blazer pattern….I can’t decide on which one to pick!!!!! Ahhh! Thank you for such awesome choices this week and the fun I’ll have in choosing.

Margaret
Margaret

October 29, 2014

For me, the Shibuya Jacket wins this time. Thanks.

Margaret
Margaret

October 29, 2014

For me, the Shibuya Jacket wins this time. Thanks.

Anna Mae Remmick
Anna Mae Remmick

October 29, 2014

Ruched Hoodie would be wonderful!

Elena
Elena

October 29, 2014

My vote is for the Sofia blazer.
Thank you so much for these free patterns.

Pamela Beeth
Pamela Beeth

October 29, 2014

The ruched hoodie is my pick.

sharon
sharon

October 29, 2014

Thanks for the new choices! I voted for the hoodie! Thanks for all you’ve given!

Anna
Anna

October 29, 2014

I absolutely LOVE the blazer – I hope it wins! :)

Betty
Betty

October 29, 2014

I think my granddaughters would love the cropped jacket the most. Plus simplicity is key when I’m making 5 or more. (5 granddaughters = 11 dolls)
Love these freebie Fridays! EXTRA BONUS THAT WE GET TO VOTE!

(Hoping that one freebie friday might have shoe choices!)

Nancy
Nancy

October 29, 2014

I too vote for the cute Sofia blazer.

Nellie
Nellie

October 29, 2014

The shibuya jacket looks a little too difficult, but I love the ruched hoodie. You are amazing at patterns, cinnamon. Love u

Rita
Rita

October 29, 2014

Hi: Cinnamon, I just want to add my thanks to all the others here. Right now, I’m working on the Haya…. (can’t recall the whole name) girl’s skirt for my great granddaughter.

Thanks again for your talent and generosity. Sincerely, Rita

Violet
Violet

October 29, 2014

The rushed hoodie would be so AMAZING, because it’s so pretty and a bit laid back, but detailed with the ruffles. I also think that having such an everyday pattern, such as a hoodie, for my ag doll would be amazing. Thank you for the free patterns, I love them!!!

Marlene
Marlene

October 29, 2014

Love the Ruched hoodie!!! Have appreciated your patterns, purchased or free!

Lezlie
Lezlie

October 29, 2014

Have the ruched hoodie, so I would like to have either the Sophia blazer or the Shibuya jacket.
AGAIN- a very big THANK YOU for the Free Friday. SO much fun to vote each week. !

vicki
vicki

October 29, 2014

I vote for the cute Sofia blazer.

Melinda Autry
Melinda Autry

October 29, 2014

Love them all but I need the Shibuya jacket to go with the other Japanese-style patterns I have from LJC. Thanks for the free patterns and for letting us vote.

margaret
margaret

October 29, 2014

What generosity – great choices. I love them al but have voted for the Shibuya Jacket. Many thanks

Lorraine
Lorraine

October 29, 2014

Love all of these. All so excellent. Thanks Cinnamon for Freebie generosity! I have Sophia. Hmmm, hard choice, but think it’s between Shibuya and Ruched. Ruched has great techniques as does Shibuya, so …. ???

Cara
Cara

October 29, 2014

The Cropped Jacket! Though I really want the Shibuya Jacket, too.

I already own the other two, and am very scared of the Sofia pattern – so complex.

Mary Ann
Mary Ann

October 29, 2014

Voted for the Shibuya Jacket ‘cause it’s the only one I don’t already own! :)

Sue
Sue

October 29, 2014

I would love to wear the Sofia jacket, it would go with so much. Dressed up or just that little extra ‘pop’. It would even work as a suit jacket for my boys!!
Zippers and knits never go well for me which is why I didn’t vote for the ruched hoodie although it does look interesting.
The Shibuya jacket is so steampunk – a style I love.
Such a difficult decision but the more versatile Sofia jacket has my vote.
Thank you so much for being so generous with these offers even if the choice is so hard this week.

Cecelia
Cecelia

October 29, 2014

Shibuya Jacket,so amazing! What a great selection of patterns!!!!

Susan
Susan

October 29, 2014

First I want to thank you for all the free patterns. The Ruched Hoodie is very nice, but so are the Fitted lined Blazer and the Shibuya Jacket I love them alL!!!!!! Thank you!

robin
robin

October 29, 2014

Voted for the blazer but would like all of them

Mary
Mary

October 29, 2014

Voted for the Ruched Hoodie – already have the Cropped Jacket which is so fun to make and mix and match with outfits!!!!!

Kathy
Kathy

October 29, 2014

These are all adorable and so well designed!!! How can I choose only one?!?

Arlene
Arlene

October 29, 2014

Ruched hoody or blazer…which one to vote for? Too hard of a choice.

Somarie
Somarie

October 29, 2014

That’s a tough choice. While I like each one of the patterns, I vote for Ruched Hoodie – it’s simple yet stylish and can be fashionable or sporty depending on the outfit pieces. I’m very curious about the techniques used to create such fun garment.
Note that I don’t have AG doll and I’m trying to resize these patterns for my BFC Ink doll. So far it’s fun.

Carrie
Carrie

October 29, 2014

This was a tough choice, they all look amazing.I did have to side with the Shibuya jacket, mostly because I’d love one for myself :)

Karen
Karen

October 29, 2014

All excellent options, but I chose the blazer.

Marge R (mer)
Marge R (mer)

October 29, 2014

Ohhh, so torn between the Ruched Hoodie and Sofia Blazer — LOVE both and like other two as well!!! What a fabulous tough decision — thanks, Cinnamon!!! ;) Think I’ll go w/Ruched Hoodie since I have some fabulous knits to use for it and always LOVE a good challenge! ;)

CreativeAppel
CreativeAppel

October 29, 2014

Ruched hoodie is my first choice.

Rose
Rose

October 29, 2014

im new at sewing or trying to sew. The easiest one for me is the cropped jacket although I love the hoodie.

Margaret
Margaret

October 29, 2014

Woo Hoo I would love the Sofia Jacket, learning new skills!

Susan
Susan

October 29, 2014

Wow so designer-awesome!

DIANA
DIANA

October 29, 2014

The Sofia Blazer, please! It would help me learn three techniques I’m working on right now to master: jacket collar, princess seams, and lining. Thank you so much for these wonderful resources each week.

Anna Sköld
Anna Sköld

October 29, 2014

You have so nice patterns, it makes it so hard for me to choose any of them, I can’t vote. Suprice me

PAULA
PAULA

October 29, 2014

VOTED FOR THE CROPPED JACKET. HAD ALREADY PURCHASED THE OTHER THREE.
THANK YOU FOR ALL THE PATTERNS AND YOUR GOOD WORK.

Robin
Robin

October 29, 2014

Wow, this is a tough choice! I think I have to choose the Sofia blazer, though just by a margin! I really like the Pine Gap alternate jacket as well as the more formal fitted jacket. Thank you , Cinnamon for offering one of these four great patterns (I’d really be delighted with any of them – very conflicted this week!)

Betty Jean
Betty Jean

October 29, 2014

Ruched Hoodie gets my vote

priscilla
priscilla

October 29, 2014

I really have to think about these. I love them all. Will choose shortly. Thank you for all the free patterns they are great!!!!

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