November 16, 2016

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Free Doll Clothes Pattern November 18th (Help Us Decide)

Hi everyone,

On Friday (November 18) we are offering a free doll clothes pattern from Cinnamon Miles co-founder of the Liberty Jane Pattern Collection, Pixie Faire, and Sew Powerful. Be sure to vote today and then come back and get your copy of the winning pattern on Friday. 

More About Cinnamon: Cinnamon strives to design on-trend clothing made to fit 18 inch dolls such as American Girl® and other doll types too. Her inspiration comes from street fashion from around the world. Cinnamon is also the coauthor of We Are Sew Powerful available on Amazon. Help us decide which one of these fun patterns should be free by voting below.

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More About Each Pattern:

Kings Canyon Hooded Moto Vest Designed To Fit 18 Inch Dolls Such As American Girl®: The Liberty Jane Kings Canyon Moto Vest is the latest addition to the Outback Libby Collection! This darling hooded vest combines the spunky styling of a moto jacket with the casualness of a hoodie. Design features for this fully lined vest include: double breasted moto styling with functioning buttons, trendy raw edge trim around the armhole, and a sporty knit hood. The vest is designed to have a loose fit and can be easily worn over a variety of other clothing items. It will also fit a variety of 18 inch dolls, including the larger pre-Mattel AG dolls! 

The Le Marais Coat Designed To Fit 18 Inch Dolls Such As American Girl®: The stylish coat featured in the Liberty Jane Fall 2012 Euro Libby: Le Marais outfit is now available as a pdf sewing pattern! Your doll will be ready to gallery hop during a visit to Le Marais in this beautiful fully lined coat. Details include princess seaming, topstitched seams, working front buttons, and cute tiny accent buttons on the cuff.

The Piccadilly Peacoat Designed To Fit 18 Inch Dolls Such As American Girl®: Your doll will be ready to jump on the London bus and head straight to Piccadilly Circus in this adorable fully lined peacoat. This is a classic with a twist - charming inset pleats along the back, finished with a belt.The double-breasted front features a row of functional buttons so your doll can wear her coat open or buttoned up. Decorative welt pockets run along topstitched princess seams. Cuffs are accented with two tiny buttons. 

The Oxford Square Coat Designed To Fit 18 Inch Dolls Such As American Girl®: This jacket was one of our most popular designs from the 2010 Fall Collection. If your doll needs a heavy coat, this is the pattern for you. Long mid thigh length coat with two front pockets, cuffed sleeves and a lined hood. Fabric used is a houndstooth fleece. Other types of fabric that can be used are: Corduroy, Wool, Felted Wool, and polyester blend suiting fabrics. This pattern also works great to make a hooded raincoat! You can see the example in the second image, pair it with the Spring Shower Rainboots for a darling look for your doll! To make this version the recommended fabric would be oilcloth or ripstop nylon.

 

Take a look at the pattern

 

 

We'd love to hear from you! Leave a comment below and thank Cinnamon!

If you make a cute outfit using this pattern be sure to share a picture using the #pixiefaire and on Instagram!

 


31 Comments

Vicki Avery
Vicki Avery

November 16, 2016

Since I have most of these, my vote is for the Le Marais coat! It is adorable!

Anna Mae
Anna Mae

November 16, 2016

Oxford square — I like hoods

Suze
Suze

November 16, 2016

They’re all great! I have two of them already so I voted for the Moto Vest. Thank you for offering this.

Wanda
Wanda

November 16, 2016

It would have been a tough choice, but I have 3 of the 4. All are great.

Dorisanne
Dorisanne

November 16, 2016

I vote for the Moto Vest as I already have the others.

Christine Gibbons
Christine Gibbons

November 16, 2016

I vote for the Oxford Square Coat. I am having so much fun sewing these doll clothes for my grand daughter. Thank you for sharing

regina braun
regina braun

November 16, 2016

i vote for the Oxford coat

Mary
Mary

November 16, 2016

I vote for the Oxford Square Coat. I have had excellent success with the patterns I have purchased. Thanks.

Linda N
Linda N

November 16, 2016

I put my vote on the Moto Vest as I already own the others and have had my eye on that for some time. I LOVE FRIDAY!!! Thanks!

Suzan
Suzan

November 16, 2016

I voted for Oxford Square. Looks like it would be a versatile coat and great in many colors fall winter or spring. Thank you for all the wonderful patterns on Freebie Fridays.

Kathy Pellenz
Kathy Pellenz

November 16, 2016

I voted for Oxford Square—because I grew up in Oxford, Connecticut. I love them all. You know me—I have to have them all.

Linda
Linda

November 16, 2016

I like them all and thank you for being so generous. My vote is for the peacoat.

Barb
Barb

November 16, 2016

Love the Le Marais Coat… already have the other patterns….. Winter is coming…. AG needs another nice coat! Thanx so much for Freebie Fridays!

Rachel Baker
Rachel Baker

November 16, 2016

Thank you Cinnamon I voted for Oxford Square, I love the hood on it and like others have said, so many options to make this coat out of so many different types of fabrics. What kind of fabrics do you all use to make raincoats?

Janis
Janis

November 16, 2016

I voted for the oxford square. All are great patterns.

Kelly
Kelly

November 16, 2016

I voted for the Moto Vest! Such a great multi-seasonal look with pants, skirts or dresses! The designs are all great. . . . I have all of the other coat patterns. Cinnamon, I love all of your designs, because they always have lots of realistic details. I only wish they came in my size too. Lol! I’m so thankful for Freebie Friday. With such a wide selection of patterns on your website, I almost can’t stop myself from ordering an extra pattern or two each week, probably becasuse you don’t add extra pressure to do so. Smart business strategy. God bless.

Judith
Judith

November 16, 2016

My grand daughter would just love to have the Kings Canyon Hooded Moto Vest for her American girl dolls. Very contemporary.

HELENE
HELENE

November 16, 2016

OXFORD SQUARE has my vote!!

Tereasa Farve
Tereasa Farve

November 16, 2016

Tthe Oxford Square I just love that pattern!

Pam
Pam

November 16, 2016

Love the pea coat!

Eveline
Eveline

November 16, 2016

Out of the choices we have thi week, I would love to have the hooded moto vest, it is so sweet. It would look great with pants, skirts or over a dress. Love it. Thanks Liberty Jane for the opportunity to get one of your patters.

ROMY
ROMY

November 16, 2016

Loveeeeeee all of them!!!!!

Melinda
Melinda

November 16, 2016

I love all these but I would so love to have the Piccadilly coat!!! Thanks!!!

Elaine Heisler
Elaine Heisler

November 16, 2016

Very nice. Thank you

Diana H
Diana H

November 16, 2016

Thank you Cinnamon. I voted for the Moto Vest. All are great choices, but I have all the others.

Cheryl R
Cheryl R

November 16, 2016

My vote goes to the Oxford Square pattern because it’s hooded and can be used with such a large variety of fabrics – Corduroy, Wool, Felted Wool, polyester blend, and even a hooded raincoat !

pat
pat

November 16, 2016

Thank you. I voted for the Oxford Square coat…so cute…I’d want to make the raincoat.

Carol Fulton
Carol Fulton

November 16, 2016

Perfect for this time of year- multiple fabric options- just plain fun Thanks Cinnamon- I voted for the hooded vest

Helen Strub
Helen Strub

November 16, 2016

I voted for the Moto Vest as it’s the only one I don’t already have.

Grace
Grace

November 16, 2016

These are all great. I have the Piccadilly Coat already – a classic. I’d like either Oxford Square or Le Marais. Wish I could vote for both. They’re both listed as intermediate, so a challenge for me.

Catherine
Catherine

November 16, 2016

I voted for the Le Marais coat I have the others, but it was tough not going with the vest. Thank You, my Grandaughter looks forward to Wed & Fridays

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