12 Days of Christmas - Day 10 January 3rd, 2018

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:

 1. "I'd love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to [insert topic here] "
2. My Favorite Pixie Faire course is [insert class here] because [tell us why]"

 

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


62 Comments

Shannon C
Shannon C

January 03, 2018

I’d like a class that would teach me how to make all kinds of accessories for our dolls. Shoes, purses, backpacks and the like.

Wronda
Wronda

January 03, 2018

I would love to take a Pixie Faire class on making outerwear for the dolls. I have seen a couple of tutorials on it but they were not detailed enough, especially with lining the coats.

Donna Lowe
Donna Lowe

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to shoes/footwear.

Serena
Serena

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a class on how to make shoes.

Linda
Linda

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to make shoes.

Sarah
Sarah

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to believe it or not – pleat. Not just to make the cute little skirts proportioned right, but I’d love to learn how to pleat a top so that I could do some pretty smocking patterns on it. Would make some cute outfits!

Sara
Sara

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to make better shoes, but a doll chainmail wouldn’t be too bad, either.

Theresa
Theresa

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a pixie faire class that shows me how to make shoes. Shoes are about the only thing I haven’t made!

Dien B
Dien B

January 03, 2018

“I’D LOVE TO TAKE A PIXIE FAIRE CLASS THAT SHOWS ME HOW To sew different ruffles.

Thanks so much for all the giveaways!

Erica
Erica

January 03, 2018

I’D LOVE TO TAKE A PIXIE FAIRE CLASS THAT SHOWS ME HOW TO MAKE A VARIETY OF WELL FITTING SHOES!

Danah
Danah

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to serge delicate fabrics for these little outfits.

Eliza
Eliza

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that goes over pattern drafting.

Linda H
Linda H

January 03, 2018

“I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to make swim suits and undies for the dolls. Also, some embellishing ideas for outfits would be great.
Linda
Linda

January 03, 2018

I like sewing with the patterns from Pixie Faire. They always fit the dolls.The pattern pieces always fit and sew together nicely. I buy a dozen or more 18" dolls and make them a wardrobe. I, then, donate them to charity. This is a yearly project and it takes the whole year to complete the project. I have started 2018 project (the sixth year) by knitting every doll a sweater. Thanks Pixie Faire for help making this a fun project. I need to take a Pixie Faire class that helps me make nice shoes for the dolls.

Trish C.
Trish C.

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to make pleats!

Sarah
Sarah

January 03, 2018

i would love to take a Pixie Faire class on making footwear.

Regina
Regina

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that would take you through the process from pattern creation to digital publishing.

Doria
Doria

January 03, 2018

I would like to take a PixieFaire class showing me how to put in invisible zippers, and I would like to have a pdf file with pictures showing each step. Because I don’t do it that often I always forget what to do! thanks for all the great patterns on Fridays all year long!

Joan
Joan

January 03, 2018

“I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to make a sloper for any doll size.
Martha K F
Martha K F

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to find enough time to sew – OK, I know that’s more of a self-management type course, but that’s where my biggest problem is. With enough time, I’d just plan love to take a Pixie Faire class.
Joan D.
Joan D.

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class on how to make shoes for the 18" doll.

Dottie Buhler
Dottie Buhler

January 03, 2018

I would like to take a Pixie Faire Class that shows me how to use my embroidery function on my sewing machine

Susan C.
Susan C.

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to tell what the different types of fabrics are and what types of fabrics to use for various tasks. When I go into a sewing store and buy fabric, I always put the fabric in my hand and squeeze it to see how the wrinkles stay and how bad they are. You’d be surprised at how easy some fabric has huge wrinkles that wouldn’t work on projects because it would constantly need ironing. Little tips working with different fabrics is great.

Kristen
Kristen

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to easily make ballet tutus for any size doll.

Laura
Laura

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to design and draft my own patterns. I’ve had my eye on the Design Academy and Pattern Academy courses for a while… Maybe 2018 is the time to conquer the challenge!

Deb Penn
Deb Penn

January 03, 2018

I would love to learn how to alter patterns to fit other sized dolls.

Margot
Margot

January 03, 2018

I’D LOVE TO TAKE A PIXIE FAIRE CLASS THAT SHOWS ME HOW TO market the doll outfits after making some of them for sale.

Mary C
Mary C

January 03, 2018

“I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to create patterns for any doll. "

Meg
Meg

January 03, 2018

I would like to take a pixie Faire class on how to deal with knits, fake fur, chiffon, velvet and satin, especially hemming on those items. Also how to make buttonholes on a machine without an automatic buttonhole attachment.

Dana C
Dana C

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me a better way to work with all the small parts and details of doll patterns.

Thank you for this awesome chance to win!! ???

Cristy
Cristy

January 03, 2018

I would love to take a Pixie Faire class on how to insert Zippers and buttonholes. I would also like to take a class on gathering material.

Cristy
Cristy

January 03, 2018

I would love to take a Pixie Faire class on how to insert Zippers and buttonholes. I would also like to take a class on

Ericka
Ericka

January 03, 2018

I’D LOVE TO TAKE A PIXIE FAIRE CLASS THAT SHOWS ME HOW TO Use Chiffon. I always cut it out wrong

Karen G
Karen G

January 03, 2018

Since I am self taught I would need to start with beginner classes on how to sew before taking any courses. I am sure there is lots I am doing incorrectly. Also complicated by sewing with my elbow not my foot lol

Maren
Maren

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a Pixie faire class that shows me to sew with Jerseys. To make leggings, shirts and sports clothes for the doll.

Carol-Ann
Carol-Ann

January 03, 2018

I’d like to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to adapt patterns, both in size and in mixing and matching pattern pieces to create new looks.

Donna
Donna

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows how to properly use FOE in making swimsuits.

Tara
Tara

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to “make a variety of shoes.”

Tara
Tara

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to “make a variety of shoes.”

Roxanna
Roxanna

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to create patterns to fit any size.

Margaret
Margaret

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that teaches me to be able to alter sizing to fit 18in doll, also would be nice to include on how to mix pattern pieces to come up with a whole new outfit.

Jill D
Jill D

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a Pixie Faire clad that shows me how to create digital patterns.

Gay
Gay

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a PixieFaire class on sewing bathing suits with spandex fabric. Also one that would show how to digitize patterns.

Diane
Diane

January 03, 2018

I’d like to take a class that taught how to make a sloper. When inspiration hit, I’d be able to run with it.

Bunnie E
Bunnie E

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to take smaller doll patterns and convert them to 18" doll patterns.

Melissa
Melissa

January 03, 2018

Taught me how to Serge a very narrow or rolled hem on a sheer fabric so it did not come off

Tsu Dho Nimh
Tsu Dho Nimh

January 03, 2018

“I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to re-size patterns between dolls, or even between humans and dolls.

Taryn
Taryn

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to do more pattern hacks.

Deb
Deb

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to make shoes

sherie
sherie

January 03, 2018

I’D LOVE TO TAKE A PIXIE FAIRE CLASS THAT SHOWS ME HOW TO resize an adult pattern or child’s pattern to an 18 inch dolls.

Jan Hurlowth
Jan Hurlowth

January 03, 2018

I would love to take a PF class that shows me how to mix pattern pieces, a sleeve from one pattern, a collar from one, etc. and end up with a garment that works

Mary Davis
Mary Davis

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a pixie faire class that guides me through the handling of various fabrics, showing tips and techniques to keep light weight and slippery fabrics from being eaten by the sewing machine. Also how to sew a fabric that has sequins, thicker furs, and lace. From a doll clothes perspective, that is. I have used paper towels to add bulk when sewing some flimsy fabrics, but maybe there’s a better way. Also, I would love to learn how to shorten a separating zipper, is a tape of that available?

Cindy Perry
Cindy Perry

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to care for and fix the doll’s hair after it has been played with by little one

Tracey
Tracey

January 03, 2018

I’d like to take a class that teaches the basics of creating professional pattern pieces in a digital format for publishing.

Diane
Diane

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to make a shoulder bag of folded candy wrappers, scaled down from the ones made from potato chip bags.

Diane
Diane

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to make a chainmail knights shirt.
Laurie
Laurie

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a pixie faire class that showed how to make a doll wig

Ann M
Ann M

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to knit doll sweaters

Aurora Conter
Aurora Conter

January 03, 2018

I’D LOVE TO TAKE A PIXIE FAIRE CLASS THAT SHOWS ME HOW TO make shoes! I have such a hard time with them.

Tori B
Tori B

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to adapt patterns to fit different sized dolls.

Marie A
Marie A

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to use a 3-D printer to make doll accessories!

Meghan
Meghan

January 03, 2018

I’d love to take a Pixie Faire class that shows me how to alter existing patterns to create new clothes. Basically a class full of pattern hacks and how to create an outfit using patterns you already have.

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