Welcome to Day 10 of our 12 Days Of Christmas celebration!
Today we are giving the brand new American Girl 2018 Girl Of The Year Doll Luciana Vega along with 10 pdf doll clothes sewing patterns to create a fabulous wardrobe for your new 18-inch doll!
The GOTY doll will arrive in packaged in her galaxy print dress, silver boots, and cute red fanny pack. The sewing patterns featured are from Koski Kreations, Forget Me Not Designs, Koski Kreations, Liberty Jane, QTπ Doll Clothing, Doll Joy, Flossie Potter, Forever 18 Inches, Miche Designs, Love U Bunches, and Originals By Gaby. Looking for more pattern for the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math enthusiast? Check out our growing collection - Styles For The STEM Enthusiast!
Giveaway Update: Congratulations Ruth Ann! You've won the GOTY doll and pattern package and have been contacted through email.
Here's a closer look at the 18 inch doll clothes patterns featured in today's giveaway:
Your 18-inch doll can jump into action with this detailed flight suit from Koski Kreations! Design Details Include: One piece jumpsuit, zipper front opening, patch pocket detail, welt or zipper pockets, elastic back detail, and patch creation instructions. Create hours of pretend play with this aviator pilot jumpsuit. This basic one-piece jumpsuit design can also be used to create a variety of looks for trade professions like plumber, mechanic, or exterminator. Use this sewing pattern to create outfits for your girl doll or boy doll.
Is your 18 inch doll dreaming of flying to the moon someday? Get him or her ready with a super cool astronaut outfit! The Mercury Flight Suit consists of a zipper trimmed (non-functional) top attached to pants with a zippered waist, gloves and a detachable helmet. The pattern also teaches you how to create your own one of a kind space agency patch to compliment your new suit.
Your doll will look chic and trendy with this classic bomber style jacket. All the details are spot on from the realistic zip placket to the knit bands trimming the edges. This jacket is fully lined and features raglan sleeves, and a fully functioning front separating zipper. *Zip placket is optional and jacket can be made without it. There are so many looks you can achieve with this jacket depending on your fabric choice. For an urban look, try a satin, nylon or faux leather/suede. For a contemporary, girly look, try a floral print in cotton or rayon. The raglan sleeves also make it fun to combine solid and print together. Have fun creating your fashionable aviator style jacket!
The Old School Backpack is functional and trendy whether going to school, dance class, sleepovers or just looking awesome. It features a ton of options that are only limited by your imagination. The PDF sewing pattern features three pocket options: a zipper pocket, simple pocket, pocket with a flap; or keep it simple and leave the pocket off. You have the choice of a trimmed or untrimmed main flap, a plastic buckle option with the zipper pocket or a buckle with leather/vinyl stop for all options.
Every doll needs this Zip Through Hoody on cooler days. It features a contrast hood lining and double sleeves with tapes, as well as contrast zip detailing. Soft two colored french terry fabric and cozy side patch pockets mean a chilly day won't stop playground adventures for your dolls. Choose your own fabric color combinations! Start with selecting three or four colored heat transfer and use these colors in your project. Grey melange is the basic color in my project, as it goes well with any color; therefore I use grey melange fabric for the hood lining, facing and all bindings, no matter what colors I choose for other pieces of the hoody.
Sugar and spice, and everything nice! That's what you'll be baking up, wearing your new HOLIDAY BAKER Apron & Oven Mitts for 18" dolls from Flossie Potter. This apron design is also perfect for lab work or your next robotics class. The front pocket detailing is great for notes or tiny tools!
Finally—an overall pattern for 18” dolls that really fits*! This versatile PDF pattern is loaded with options for customization: shorts with cuffs, full-length pants, an easy elasticized waist, a contemporary drawstring waist with real grommets, and two separately drafted patterns for straps that offer the choice of using commercially-made purchased buckles or button-covered snaps.
These cute slip-on shoes are as sweet as candy! Your 18" doll will love wearing these with all her favorite capris and shorts. Have fun mixing and matching the colors of the fabric and eyelets to create lots of fun colors to go with all of your doll's favorite outfits!
Nap time! Put on your nightie, grab your blankie, and let's take a nap! Get your sleepyhead ready with this PDF pattern from Love U Bunches! This cute little raglan sleeve nightie is made from a t-shirt or lightweight knit fabric. The nightie has an overlapping hook and loop tape back closure and fold over elastic trim. The binding on the blankie is made with satin or grosgrain ribbon. Are you getting sleepy yet?
This versatile dress pattern will quickly become your "go to" pattern. It's easy to create lots of different looks by varying the fabric, sleeve length, and skirt length. Make the above the knee dress length in a fancy fabric. Add some lace and you've got a special occasion dress. Choose a playful knit in a shorter length and pair with leggings to be ready for a birthday party! Or get ready for the outdoors in the shirt length paired with jeans!
Whether you've been sewing for years or are just a beginner, there's always room to learn something new! Maybe you want to perfect a skill or pick up some new tips and tricks for some of the more challenging topics like Sewing WIth Knits, Adding Embellishments, Making Shoes, and Getting Organized are just a few examples. Here at Pixie Faire, we have been working hard to bring you fun and informative classes and are always looking for ideas for new classes and topics for Sewing With Cinnamon! We'd love to know what you'd like to learn or perfect :) In the meantime, be sure to check out our collection of On-Demand video based sewing and design classes.
To enter this giveaway, simply respond to this post in the comment box below and complete one of these two sentences:
Comments must be left (on this blog post- scroll all the way down to the bottom of the page) by midnight (pacific) 1/3/2018.
One entry per person.
No purchase necessary, void where prohibited. Must be 18 or older to enter. While we wish we could run this contest everywhere, for legal reasons it is only open to eligible residents of the U.S. and Canada, not including Rhode Island. This contest is exclusively endorsed by Liberty Jane Clothing and Pixie Faire.
The winner will be chosen randomly from the comments received and contacted through the email provided in the comment.
We will choose a winner and announce it tomorrow to let everyone know who won.
Okay, good luck, and if we’ve forgotten anything we will modify and/or update this post as needed.
Happy New Year,
Cinnamon & The Liberty Jane / Pixie Faire Team
My favorite Pixiefaire class is Sewing with Cinnamon. I learn new doll sewing techniques during every class and I love getting the free monthly Liberty Jane pattern. Cinnamon is a good teacher and she has lots of effective methods to make sewing doll clothes enjoyable.
I’d love to knit. I know how to crochet, but just don’t get the hang of knitting
I’d love to take a Pixie Faire Class that shows me how to make doll shoes.
I would love to make doll clothes for the girls in my life!
I’d love to be able to make and design my own dolls clothes for my granddaughters dolls
I’d love to take the Pixie Faire Class that shows me how to sew a fun and easy 18" doll outfit with my daughter. How to explain in simple terms to her. I would love a series that progress to more difficult levels each time!
Love the pilot outfit
I’d love to take a Pixie Faire course that shows me how to sew simple quick doll patterns.
I would like to take some Pixie Faire Classes to help me readapt patterns and design outfits for our favourite girl and boy doll as well as tiny applications and shoe perfecting
I like the sewing with Cinnamon is great for information and details for sewing small size things
I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that teaches me how to easily make tiny hems!
I would love to take a class on the beat way to attach trims, lace, zippers. Being fairly new this dill clothes, I would kid love to know the beat way to attach these items to such small pieces of fabric,
My favorite Pixie Faire class is unknown because I didn’t realize there were classes. I will have to go to the web site and check them out.
I’d love to take a Pixie Faire course which will teach me how to perfect my shoe-making techniques. Thanks!
I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to sew buttonholes evenly. I cannot get them lined up and they never look good.
I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that showed me how to create my own patterns.
I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that teaches me how to chose accessories and trims to fit the 18" doll wear garments and were to buy them.
I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to sew from imagine.
1. "I’D LOVE TO TAKE A PIXIE FAIRE CLASS THAT SHOWS ME HOW TO make a variety of hats and accessories.
I’d love to take a Pixie Faire Class that shows me how to make Shoes! There are so many cute shoes out there that I think would be fun to make!
I’d love to take a Pixie Faire course on making various sizes and styles of shoes and boots. I have some soles and patterns but feel intimidated by the thought of attempting them with just written/photo directions
I’d love to take a Pixie Faire Class that shows me how to make Simple Shoes! We girls like to have the perfect shoes to go with all our perfect outfits!?
I would love to take a course on creating doll clothes from hand-me-down baby clothes.
I do not have a favorite course because I have yet to take one. This is the first time I have heard of the courses. I am going to look into it!
I would love to take a Pixie Faire class on making shoes, boots and other accessories to complete the “look” of the outfirs I stitch and knit.
I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class on making hats and other accessories. I am looking for a sun hat with a big brim. I’ve seen them on Etsy and just love the look.
I would love to take a Pixie Faire class on making boots and shoes. They are so adorable and a must for completing an outfit.
I’D LOVE TO TAKE A PIXIE FAIRE CLASS THAT SHOWS ME HOW TO WORK WITH DIFFICULT TO HANDLE FABRICS.
I would like to take a course on hat making.
I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class on resizing patterns for different dolls. (Now granted it is possible that this is contained within the Pattern Academy, but I’ve not found time to finish that yet. Maybe I’d like a PF class on finding time, breaking down a class into small chunks and actually finishing them.
My favorite class to date is the one that I have completed. I absolutely loved the Design Academy course. It was so much fun to get into all that color and design – looking at things with a new eye.
I love sewing for dolls, this is such a great giveaway, thank you so much
The first and second patterns are original.
Pattern Academy!! Plus, I would like to take a class or two in making shoes.
My Favorite Pixie Faire course is a toss up between Design Academy and Pattern Academy because so many people, including me, have an interest in dressing dolls in their own designs and these two classes are a perfect way to make that happen. I haven’t had the pleasure of taking either course yet but I hope to eventually take both some time soon.
I would love to take a Pixie Faire course that teaches how to make shoes and boots. I have never taken a Pixie Faire course.
I’d love to take pixie faire classes on working with specialty fabrics, resizing patterns, zippers, making shoes, etc
I would love to learn how to make doll clothes…I’ve sewn adult items but my doll clothes look a shambles…help
I’D LOVE TO TAKE A PIXIE FAIRE CLASS THAT SHOWS ME HOW TO do some of the special tecnichs that make the outfits professionally finished
I’d love to take a Pixie faire class on how to make footwear, and boy doll clothes
I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to make doll shoes and boots and slippers.
I love making doll cloths, Years ago I completed a tailoring certificate class and was able to make all kinds of clothing for myself and dolls. Made many Barbie dolls outfits and of course now the l8" dolls are so popular. I am also sewing Vintage 50’s outfits and soon to put up on either Etsy, Ravelry and or Pixiefare. Thanks for your sewing ideas. Love to win the doll and 5 paterns.
I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class. Period.
If I had the money I would have signed right up!!
I sew a lot from children’s costumes, baby items, memory items, doll clothing and bedding. But, I am always looking for new items to learn. Never to old to learn new things
I would love to see a class on making/altering girl’s patterns TO BOY’S styles and adding boy’s boot styles besides lace-ups.
I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to make Shoes, slippers etc.
I think I am too late for this contest but I would love to take a Pixie Faire class as a sew along demist-ration like you have made before for the sewpurposeful purses for Africa. I find some of the intermediate patterns and the historical ones a little intimidating but I think I could do more with a video tutorial.
I would love the Pixie Faire class. Love all the patterns that have been posted. Just not enough hours in the day to make them all..
I would love to take a Pixie fair class that shows me how to make shoes.
I would love to take a pixie faire class that starts at the beginning of making doll clothing
I would love to take a pixie fairy class that starts at the beginning of making doll clothing
I really want luciana.I would like take class on hair accsesores for my american girl dolls
I would love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to use a French curve to develop patterns
I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows how to make shoes.
I would love to take a pixie fairy class that starts at the beginning of making doll clothing and shows how to finish raw seam edges.
I’D LOVE TO TAKE A PIXIE FAIRE CLASS THAT SHOWS ME HOW TO sew doll clothes for fairy and nature inspired dolls.
I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to make a simple, flawless button hole. I never get those right and avoid them like the plague!
Id like to take a Pixie Faire class that would teach me to fit dolls and kids. I have many requests for matching outfits.
I’m sorry I missed this one! I love the classes I’ve taken thru Pixie Faire, especially the doll shoes one – I wish it covered boots though!
I would love to take a class on learning about other types of fasteners to tie clothing pieces together, other than velcro. Videos showimg how to attach these fasteners would be so helpful especially with tiny pieces of the clothing so they do not show. This could make my clothing look more professional. Thank you.
. "I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to make doll shoes
2. My Favorite Pixie Faire course is sewing with knits because knit doll clothes are so cute.
I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that teaches me how to fit a doll and people. I have never gotten to take a class before.
I would love to take a pixie faire class that teaches me how to create patterns.
collars and sleeves are the hardest pieces to sew on doll clothes.
I would love to take a Pixie Faire class that helps me enlarge or shrink patterns so I can make matching clothes for my daughter and her dolls.
Like this doll, but especially the flight suit pattern. As a former Naval Flight Surgeon I am pleased to see the suit displayed on a girl doll.
“I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to create pleated skirts. "
I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me the tricks of making shoes for the dolls!
I would love to take a pixie fairy class that starts at the beginning of making doll clothing
“I’D LOVE TO TAKE A PIXIE FAIRE CLASS THAT SHOWS ME HOW TO make shoes and boots. They are so small and intricate at times but so darn adorable.
I’d love to take the Pixie Faire Class to teach me how to make shoes.
I would love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to enlarge doll patterns to fit little girls, my 8 granddaughters all want to dress like their dolls!
I would love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to add a professional look and details to my home sewn outfits
I’d love to take a Pixie Faire course on making shoes—something that really intimidates me! :)
I’D LOVE TO TAKE A PIXIE FAIRE CLASS THAT SHOWS ME HOW TO Do heirloom sewing for the.18” doll.
I would to take Pixie Faire class for couture. I would love to learn how to design my own doll clothes.
I’d love to take a pixiefaire course for couture. My favorite course is design academy.
1. “I’D LOVE TO TAKE A PIXIE FAIRE CLASS THAT SHOWS ME HOW TO Make shoes, purses and accessories”.
“I’D LOVE TO TAKE A PIXIE FAIRE CLASS THAT SHOWS ME HOW TO build or modify knitting patterns for any type doll
I would love to take a Pixie Faire class on quilting.
I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to do complex pleats, hidden pockets, and other advanced sewing techniques OR how to sew well by hand.
. "I’D LOVE TO TAKE A PIXIE FAIRE CLASS THAT SHOWS ME HOW TO make doll shoes for my daughter’s doll. It would be something to teach her.
I would love to take a pixie faire class that would teach me how to make lined coats.
I would love to take a Pixie Faire class to learn how to made modification in size and style to patterns. I would hope this would help me make patterns for designs I have rolling around in my head.
I would love to take a class on altering an existing pattern.
I would love to take a Pixie Faire class that showed me how to make lovely gowns with difficult fabrics like satin (hard with small seams!) Or I also love the idea above about matching girl and doll outfits.
I like every Class I’ve purchased, but don’t have the time to give them a fair try-out. I am saving all these patterns and dolls and supplies for when I retire. Then I can give more meaningful reviews :-)
About Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math enthusiast. When I started in IT (Information Technology) about 53 years ago (but whose counting!) It was an exciting and brand new area. There were just about as many men as women. The proportions of men to women has changed from nearly 50/50 to about 6/94, in favor of men. This is a crying shame. Now most of the IT women are project managers and scrum masters, etc. Very, very few are ‘workers’ — most being ‘watchers’. Almost all women left in hard-core IT are over 50 (Personal observation , completely unsupported by real facts) — so, now, Mothers! tell your daughters that Math is fun and easy, logical and clean. Don’t let them ‘opt out’ on Math and Science classes! It is a real opportunity (STEM jobs) to earn equal pay and prestige with men.
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I would like to take a Pixie Faire class to teach me how to make doll clothes look professionally made and don’t fall apart I can do a good job but would like to be better
I’d love to take a pixie Faire class that show me how to make matching girl/doll clothing
Love Sewing with Cinnamon
I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to make matching doll and child patterns.
“I’D LOVE TO TAKE A PIXIE FAIRE CLASS THAT SHOWS ME HOW TO finish the jackets perfect with the clear description so that all little details are possible to make
MY FAVORITE PIXIE FAIRE COURSE IS Couture Sewing Accademy BECAUSE I think it would be so wonderful to make outfits for the American Girl Doll that looks high end…and all the tips and tricks!!!
I would like to take a Picie Fairee class that teaches resizing patterns
I would like to take a Picie Faire class that will teschmrjow to make patterns.
I would like to take a Picie Faire class that will teschmrjow to make patterns.
I would love a class I sewing knits, tips and tricks for easier sewing .
I:d love to take a Pixie Faire class that teaches me to make patterns.
My favorite course is Sewing with Cinnamon. I love all the tips and tricks I have learned and look forward to learning more.
December 25, 2018
I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class on making, adapting or modifying patterns for my 18" dolls