December 17, 2014

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Freebie Friday, (December 19th, 2014), Help Us Decide

Hi everyone,

On Friday (December 19th, 2014) we'll have one of the following four patterns available for free. Help us decide by voting in this poll, then come back to Pixie Faire on Friday to download the winning pattern for free. The winning pattern will be featured on the home-page slider so you can easily see which pattern won and download it.

This week we're featuring the work of Cinnamon Miles and the Liberty Jane Clothing Baseball Tee for four fun doll types.

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 too. 

Vote Now:

Here is more information about each pattern:

The Baseball Tee For Karito Kids Dolls: Does your Karito Kids Doll need a new Baseball Tee-Shirt? The amazing team at Maiden Flight Clothing has altered our Liberty Jane Baseball Tee-Shirt pattern to fit Karito Kids! This downloadable PDF pattern will allow you to make a fun and trendy top for your doll.

The Baseball Tee For Hearts For Hearts Dolls: The Liberty Jane Baseball t-shirt pattern has been modified to fit  Hearts For Hearts Girls Dolls! This printable PDF sewing pattern is designed to fit a slim body 14 inch Hearts for Hearts Girls doll or a 13 inch Corelle Les Cheries doll and  is easy to sew because of the clearly illustrated step by step instructions.

The Baseball Tee For Ellowyne Wilde Dolls: The Liberty Jane Classic Baseball T-shirt PDF Pattern will delight your Ellowyne Doll! The raglan style sleeve is perfect for a beginner because it is a straight seam, not curved or sewn in a circle. Sewing a zig zag seam is an optional way to finish seams, but not necessary to make the t-shirt.

The Baseball Tee For BFC, INK. Dolls: Make cute baseball t-shirts for your BFC, INK. doll with this PDF sewing pattern from Liberty Jane Clothing. Have fun and be creative with color combinations and graphic iron on’s to creat many different looks.

Here Are The Cover Pictures:

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. Please note, do to the limitations of our blog software, we cannot reply to specific comments.


17 Comments

LindaB
LindaB

December 18, 2014

Also cannot complain about the lack of AG patterns this week. Your generosity with those patterns has been amazing. It’s time for all of us with AG dolls to be able to share the Christmas love with owners of these other beautiful dolls. And I also second the poster who said this pattern is so easy and super cute in the AG version.

LindaB
LindaB

December 18, 2014

Also cannot complain about the lack of AG patterns this week. Your generosity with those patterns has been amazing. It’s time for all of us with AG dolls to be able to share the Christmas love with owners of these other beautiful dolls. And I also second the poster who said this pattern is so easy and super cute in the AG version.

Cynthia
Cynthia

December 18, 2014

Voting for the Heart for Heart doll pattern. Daughter has both this doll and a Corelle Les Cheries doll that I believe the pattern will also fit.

Angie
Angie

December 18, 2014

I have this pattern (for the AG dolls) and LOVE it. Super easy and the instructions are clearly written and photographed.

Susan
Susan

December 18, 2014

Do not have any of these dolls but I will vote for Ellowyne! Thank you for your generousity. You are a star ! Thank you!!!!

bf
bf

December 17, 2014

Hint for owners of kids and kats… Take American Girl patterns . Kids and kats are 1 inch narrower around, so fold each bodice pattern piece in 1/4 inch. Fit waists the same way. I’ve been doing this with many American Girl Patterns and My Little Girl has over 100 beautiful outfits that fit her wonderfully this way. Remember shrink pattern vertically only.

Nutmeg
Nutmeg

December 17, 2014

Love all your clothing choices and especially the chance to vote and make our choices known. Thanks for your generosity, Cinnamon.

Mary Beth
Mary Beth

December 17, 2014

I can’t complain about no AG pattern since you have been so generous. I ended up having fun for a couple hours checking out these dolls which I don’t have. Maybe something new in my future? And then I would need more patterns . . . .

linda
linda

December 17, 2014

Disappointed that there was no AG this week! So look forward to your freebies.

Gayle
Gayle

December 17, 2014

Thanks for all the freebie patterns. I had a hard time choosing as I don’t have any of them – but based my decision on the comments and chose the pattern for Elloywne doll. Hope it wins!

Anna Mae
Anna Mae

December 17, 2014

voted for Karito Kid — since she is still in the box, now I can start sewing for her too.

Janine
Janine

December 17, 2014

So disappointed with the choices this week. Wish there was at least one AG pattern to choose from.

Melinda S
Melinda S

December 17, 2014

my Ellowyene is badly in need of clothes!

Robin
Robin

December 17, 2014

My Ellowynne is in sad need of a new top! I haven’t really started sewing for her yet…

Victoria
Victoria

December 17, 2014

I don’t have any of these dolls, but I do have a Kidz n Cats doll.

margaret
margaret

December 17, 2014

Many thanks for this generous give-away. I voted for the BFC.INK doll pattern

Sue
Sue

December 17, 2014

I don’t have a Karito Kid but do have the other three types of dolls. It was tough to choose between those three but in the end I chose Ellowyne because I don’t have any shirt patterns for her and can’t seem to modify anything I do have to fit her shape just by scaling down a pattern on my photocopier.
Thank you for offering these patterns for free all these weeks. I have built up quite a wardrobe for my dolls using these patterns and I always suggest this website if I meet any new doll clothes sewist.

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