January 02, 2018

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12 Days of Christmas - Day 9 January 2nd, 2018

Welcome to Day 9 of our 12 Days Of Christmas celebration!

Today we are giving away … An  a brand new 18" American Girl Logan doll, this fabulous Galactic Pilot outfit, and 9 pdf sewing patterns designed for 18-inch boy dolls to one lucky winner!  This giveaway includes a stunning hand-crafted Galactic Pilot outfit made by Linda of Koski Kreations as the prototype for Galactic Pilot Sewing Pattern! The outfit includes the orange flight suit, black boots, white flak vest, chest pack with air tube, belt, harness, tiny tools and ammunition, and the fantastic pilot helmet - this is truly a one of a kind collectible outfit - it's seriously amazing! The American Girl 18 inch Logan doll will come new in the box dressed in his original outfit.

Giveaway Update: Congratulations to Autumn!  You've won the 18" boy collection and have been contacted through email.

More pictures of the Galactic Pilot Outfit:

American Girl® Logan Everett™ doll - Description from the AG website: Meet Logan, Tenney’s bandmate and drummer! The 18" Logan boy doll has gray eyes that open and close, and short brown hair. Logan’s unique hand positioning helps him hold instruments! He arrives in a plaid button-down shirt, a T-shirt, jeans, underwear, and shoes.

Along with these items, the giveaway includes the following PDF sewing patterns:

Take your dolls on a space adventure with this little Galactic Pilot suit. The doll clothes sewing pattern features a one-piece flight suit with nine pockets, a flak vest, a chest box, a harness, a belt, a leg band with ammunition, and a helmet. Step by step full color instructions guide you through each step of the sewing and crafting process!

 

 

 

Qtπ Painter Pants: Your 18 inch boy doll will be ready for woodworking, gardening, painting or just looking cool in this funky pant design! They feature relaxed leg, front seams or plain front, working front and back pockets, Front utility hoop, side utility loop, small utility pocket, two choices for back pockets and an elastic waist.

 

 

Your 18 inch boy doll will look fabulous in this rough and tumble hoodie featuring easy to sew raglan sleeves, a kangaroo pocket, ribbed waistband and cuffs, and a zipper front. This PDF sewing pattern includes easy to follow instructions that will take the fear out of sewing zippers.

 

 

Your 18 inch boy doll will be ready for the football season in this cute uniform which includes patterns and photo illustrated instructions to make a relaxed fit jersey, shoulder pads, and football pants. Make the uniform in your school, team, country, or favorite colors. Add a number, team name, and/or motif to the jersey. Add ribbon trim on the shirt sleeves and along the sides of the pants. Have fun and be creative!


The Liberty Jane® classic Baseball T-shirt now has a looser fit, making it perfect for an 18 inch boy doll such as AG Logan Everett™! The raglan style sleeve is perfect for a beginner because it is a straight seam, not curved or sewn in a circle. Neck binding is an easy technique used to finish the neckline. Learn this technique by following the full color step by step photos and instructions.

 

Boy, Oh Boy! Here is the cape and mask, short brief and long boxer underwear every super kid has been waiting for. Put a guy in a brief and suddenly he’s flying off the couch like a superhero. Make his dreams come true with this easy to sew pattern. Three sewing options make it easy for every skill level and will make you a star in his book.
Let your adventures of Captain Underwear begin!!

Your doll will be ready for school, work or play in these iconic Australian style Chelsea Ankle Boots. Use matching coloured vinyl, elastic and grosgrain ribbon to create these boots or use contrasting colours for a more fashionable look. The Chelsea Ankle Boots are a versatile addition to your doll’s wardrobe and will compliment any style choice, be it with dresses or pants. 

These adorable pajamas were designed specifically for boys with a lower in-seam in the leg and buttons closing to the right. Being totally reversible, this relatively easy PDF pattern offers four alternative PJ’s for all seasons. Mix and match fabrics, jackets and pants – the possibilities and color combinations are infinite. This pattern is designed to fit 18” soft-bodied dolls.


With the Pioneer Boy PDF pattern, you can make a shirt, trousers and cap for your 18" boy doll.  The boy's work shirt has a one-piece collar with stand, button front placket, dropped shoulders, and full sleeves gathered to fitted cuffs.  The boot-cut trousers have a high waist, working front pockets, faux front fly, and top-stitching detail.  The Y-back suspenders have faux-suede tabs that button onto the trousers.  The bonus newsboy cap has a paneled crown topped with a fabric-covered button.  

Looking for more sewing patterns for 18 inch boy dolls? Be sure to check out our entire collection of boy doll clothes patterns!

To enter today's giveaway, simply leave a comment in the box below finishing this sentence: 

"My biggest sewing, knitting, or crochet challenge is [insert here] "

Comments must be left (on this blog post) by 12 midnight (Pacific), 1/2/2018.

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


49 Comments

Kathy
Kathy

January 02, 2018

My biggest sewing, knitting, or crochet challenge is deciding which project to make first!

Francoise
Francoise

January 02, 2018

“My biggest sewing, knitting, or crochet challenge is find the time to sew, knit and crochet all the doll clothes, which I have purchased the patterns at pixie faire
I am so glad I have found you on the web, here at my home can I not find them

Deanna
Deanna

January 02, 2018

My biggest sewing, knitting, or crochet challenge is quilting a Queen or King size quilt on a home sewing machine sitting on a small table. But the most challenging part of my sewing projects/ hobby is finding the funds to buy the supplies and then getting my finished projects posted for sale on Etsy.

Susan (Nana) Taylor
Susan (Nana) Taylor

January 02, 2018

My biggest sewing, knitting or crocheting challenge is not having enough work or storage space for my projects..

karen
karen

January 02, 2018

My biggest challenge is to put down the crochet hook and replace it with the sewing machine

Michelle Smith
Michelle Smith

January 02, 2018

My biggest sewing challenge is actually finding time to see. Working 2 jobs n taking care of my 3 kids basically on my own doesn’t leave much free time.

Amy G
Amy G

January 02, 2018

My biggest sewing, knitting,or crocheting challenge is staying focused on one project at a time. I tend to start an outfit and before I get it all the way cut out, I envision the next beautiful little outfit and start cutting it out too! Pixie faire has way too many beautifully distracting patterns! ;)

Kara
Kara

January 02, 2018

“My biggest sewing, knitting, or crochet challenge is keeping my kitty cats away from the crochet yarn!

Sandra
Sandra

January 02, 2018

My biggest sewing challenge has been working with knit fabrics. After reading the tips and tricks shared by others on this site, however, I feel more confident in improving my skill, and working more efficiently with knits.

Kathy
Kathy

January 02, 2018

My biggest sewing challenge is finding the time to sew everything. I continually see things that are “cute”, or “I can sew that”, or “I need that” and the list goes on. Finding time is the biggest challenge.

Chris
Chris

January 02, 2018

My biggest sewing challenge is working with knit fabric.

Judy W
Judy W

January 02, 2018

My biggest challenge for knitting and crocheting is getting the right tension so the clothes fit when I’m done. Everything looks so cute on paper but mine usually don’t fit perfect.

Debbie Daniels
Debbie Daniels

January 02, 2018

My biggest knitting challenge is finding someone to teach me how to do it left handed! My mom tried to teach me how to knit when I was younger using my right hand as my dominant hand. It totally didn’t work! I would love to be able to knit and crochet.

teresa h
teresa h

January 02, 2018

My biggest sewing challenge is it’s getting harder to see the hole to thread the needle.

Crystal
Crystal

January 02, 2018

My biggest sewing, knitting,or crocheting challenge is that I am just learning to sew and making doll clothing and accessories for my girls dolls.

Mari
Mari

January 02, 2018

My biggest sewing challenge right now is, having to hand stitch everything because we are about to move. Also having to sew a little at a time everyday because my kids come first, it just makes one small project take a couple days but I still enjoy the time I get to sew and create

Julie Rodgers
Julie Rodgers

January 02, 2018

My biggest challenge when sewing is keeping to a 1/4” seam allowance when sewing doll clothes!

Mari
Mari

January 02, 2018

My biggest sewing challenge right now is, having to hand stitch everything because we are about to move. Also having to sew a little at a time everyday because my kids come first, it just makes one small project take a couple days but I still enjoy the time I get to sew and create

Cheryl Pence
Cheryl Pence

January 02, 2018

My biggest sewing challenge is finding the time to sew. Seems like there just isn’t enough hours in the day to go all I want to do. I have patterns to make some clothes for the 18" AG so need to get some made for my granddaughter. It would be wonderful to have a boy doll to add to her girl dolls. I appreciate all the freebies you give to us. Thank You!! Cheryl

Ann
Ann

January 02, 2018

My biggest sewing, knitting or crochet challenge is to find patterns for my granddaughter to match to doll clothes patterns. I like to make them matching outfits.

Dana
Dana

January 02, 2018

My biggest sewing, knitting, or crochet challenge is slowing down and taking my time. ?

Soozee
Soozee

January 02, 2018

My biggest sewing challenge is finding the fabrics and trims I want

Sioux Mercer
Sioux Mercer

January 02, 2018

My biggest sewing, knitting, or crochet challenge is finishing projects before starting a new one!

Gayle
Gayle

January 02, 2018

Is that my grandsons want every new pattern and want them right away. I am not that fast…hahahaha

SYLVIE
SYLVIE

January 02, 2018

My biggest sewing challenge is to make historical clothes for my dolls. It would be a long and hard challenge for me as I have not a lot of time and place, but I would love definitively do that !

Bev
Bev

January 02, 2018

My biggest sewing , knitting or crochet challenge is finding the time to actually make all of the things that I can create in my mind.

Lindsay Mallow
Lindsay Mallow

January 02, 2018

My biggest sewing, knitting, or crochet challenge is honestly just getting up the motivation to do it.

Malia Sloan
Malia Sloan

January 02, 2018

My biggest crochet challenge is the right tension for projects. Amigarumi my tension is perfect, for everything else, not so much!

Nancy Reynolds
Nancy Reynolds

January 02, 2018

“My biggest sewing, knitting, or crochet challenge is finding the time to create all of your beautiful handiwork.

Tori Bohnett
Tori Bohnett

January 02, 2018

My biggest sewing, knitting, or crochet challenge is having patience and making myself work slowly!

Eileen
Eileen

January 02, 2018

My biggest sewing challenge is pleats. They are so hard to keep even in little doll projects!!

Jennifer
Jennifer

January 02, 2018

My biggest sewing, knitting, or crochet challenge is being able to copy the patterns or do free hand projects. These dolls and their clothes are the cutest and most realistic little things and I just absolutely love them!

Kaylee
Kaylee

January 02, 2018

My biggest sewing, knitting, or crochet challenge is finding time to do it in the first place! XD

Denise
Denise

January 02, 2018

My biggest sewing,.knitting, or crochet challenge has been following directions! I always seem to miss something and have to go back and redo things. I am always telling my daughter to read all the directions before she starts a project but I am the worst offender.

Silvia D
Silvia D

January 02, 2018

My biggest sewing, knitting, or crochet challenge is finishing a project before starting a new one!

Virginia
Virginia

January 02, 2018

My biggest sewing, knitting, or crochet challenge is finding time to do anything.

jill
jill

January 02, 2018

My biggest challenge is having space to leave a project at the ready to work on and complete.

Cathy
Cathy

January 02, 2018

My biggest sewing, knitting, or crochet challenge is finding time to finish projects. I cannot seem to finish my ufo’s!!

Katherine S
Katherine S

January 02, 2018

To stop buying so many beautiful dolls and patterns. I’m so busy feeling excited and inspired I don’t attempt to make them… 2018 will be the year I properly join Pixie Faire and make things! We don’t have a boy doll yet though…

cathy Malissen
cathy Malissen

January 02, 2018

“Mon plus grand défi de couture, tricot ou crochet est de créer un modèle de toutes pièces chaussures comprises”

Olivia
Olivia

January 02, 2018

My biggest sewing challenge is improving my skill at finishing seams and seam allowances. You can’t just use a wide overlock on a tiny doll garment!

Krissy
Krissy

January 02, 2018

I can knit and crochet pretty well, but not sew. I think I really just need more practice but it’s very intimidating.

Helen
Helen

January 02, 2018

My biggest challenge is casting on the stitches for knitting. Still trying to get the hang of it!

Mariah
Mariah

January 02, 2018

My biggest sewing, knitting, or crochet challenge is keeping things organized.

Gail  Beam
Gail Beam

January 02, 2018

My biggest sewing, knitting, or crochet challenge is making any kind of a quilted item.

Debbie Hayes
Debbie Hayes

January 02, 2018

My biggest knitting challenge is learning to knit! Just can’t seem to get it for some reason. I crochet, sew, embroidery by hand and machine. But just can’t get knitting. And I am crazy about the knitting patterns offered on the Pixie Faire site

Deb
Deb

January 02, 2018

My biggest crochet challenge is attaining proper stitches per inch.

Crystal Mae
Crystal Mae

January 02, 2018

My biggest sewing challenge is working with light-weight specialty fabrics and creating the perfect small rolled or flat hem without snagging and tearing the fabric.

Olga B
Olga B

January 02, 2018

My biggest sewing, knitting, or crochet challenge is being able to find the things I need to work on my projects.

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