On Friday (November 7th, 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 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.
The Shiny Happy Dress: You've likely tried the free tee and tank patterns, now you can turn them into a cute little dress with a few simple modifications. The Shiny Happy Dress is a fun and easy pattern modification!
The Bubble Skirt: The Liberty Jane Bubble Skirt PDF Pattern can be made from either knit or woven fabric. The waistband fabric should have some stretch. The skirt is designed to fit above the knees.
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!
Ps. Remember to check back on Friday to get the free pattern. We announce it in our newsletter - but you need to also remember to come back to Pixie Faire :)
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I like the cropped jacket as a nana,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, my grandaughter would disagree with me and choose the silver dress lol
Yay! The Shibuya Jacket won! (My logic was, I got one off my wishlist for free so I bought myself another pattern as well :)) I’m so glad I came across this site. Not only are the patterns reasonably priced, they’re easy to read, and fashionable. I really love the Japanese look and this jacket is perfect for not only that , but steam punk as well. I have a upcycled prom dress made of pink “satin” material I plan on making one out of . Wish me luck!!
Which pattern won? How do I download today’s freebie?
I love the cropped jacket. I have always made jackets for adults and would love to make more for the AG dolls. Thank you for allowing us to participate in your selection of patterns each week.
The crop jacket looks great , I have only just started sewing but I can save the pattern until I get a bit more confident
Love the cropped jacket. So versatile. Really hope it wins.
Shibuya jacket looks awesome! Thank you so much for the chance to vote on this gorgeous pattern.
The Shibuya has been on my wishlist forever!!!! This looks like an awesome pattern. I’m hoping it wins so I can try it out. :) Thanks Cinnamon and the Pixie Faire team for offering such amazing patterns at an affordable price.
Voting for the Shibuya jacket. Thanks!
all of the patterns are lovely – but the shibuya jacket has taken my fancy – it could be colonial, regency, edwardian, steampunk, pirate, modern casual, modern formal, ‘handsome prince’, cowboy, dracula (for halloween next year) … so many possibilities
The Shibuya jacket is stunning, and versatile; perfect for those colonial dresses, smart with a jeans and you could turn it into a riding jacket for riding a horse, I can even see it over a midi dress. The happy dress can be made by lengthening a T-shirt pattern and adding a ruffle, the short jacket is cute but a jacket could be shortened as well. The Shibuya is a challenge and new and different.
Maybe we could start a trend that AG picks up; that would be something. ..
Thank you for sharing with us! I like all of your patterns but for now I will vote for the Shibuya Jacket.
the Shibuya jacket is cute!!!
The Shibuya Jacket gets my vote this week – so different and so smart.
The shiny happy dress – it’s cheery for the holidays coming up!
The short cropped jacket is my choice. I already have the bubble skirt and I already created a shiny dress joining two patterns after the shiny dress was offered earlier. The cropped jacket looks easy and is very smart. My grand-dolly will adore it as will her mother, my granddaughter. I can see making it in several different fabrics for different “looks”.
I really hope that Shibuya jacket wins it is so beautiful.
The Shibuya Jacket: with a long skirt it looks like it would work as a riding habit from downton abbey.
Ooh I can’t decide- I have made the bubble skirt for my daughter and her doll- turned out cute!
Voting and hoping for the Shibuya jacket. It’s gorgeous!
Voted for the cropped jacket this week, as it will go with a load of items already made and my granddaughter will just love it for her doll. Plus loke previously commented I too already have several farbric in mind to make it up from. Thanks so much for doing this again and God Bless your business for it…hugs from BC Canada xo
Hoping for the Shibuya jacket.
Shiny Happy dress please.
shibuya jacket could be so much fun it could be modern, steampunk, fairytale, vintage, fairytale, wild west - you name it.
I love the idea of the Shibuya jacket – it’s really fun!
I like the Shinely dress, just learning & this looks easy enough.
hope one of the jackets win, the weather is beginning to be a lot more like winter is
They are all gorgeous and is hard to choose. I think the Shibuya Jacket. Many thanks!!!
Love them all! Think I will vote for Shibuya Jacket -it’s so unique! Thank you!!
I really hope the cropped jacket wins this week!!! We have tons of woven fabric and it would be awesome to have an easy jacket pattern. Thanks for doing this!!!
January 03, 2015
Okay I’m cocninved. Let’s put it to action.