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.
Skill Level: Easy - perfect for a beginner.
What You Get: One 16 page sewing pattern that you digitally download as a PDF file so you can start your project immediately! The PDF sewing pattern provides full color step-by-step illustrated instructions and full size pattern pieces. A PDF reader is required to view and print the files (example: Adobe Reader or Preview for MAC). The download link is received immediately after the transaction is complete. Print copies are NOT available.Download, Print, Sew!
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The pattern was easy to understand and easy to make.
So happy to have something to make for Logan. I have made this easy to follow tshirt pattern a few times as a top and as a pj top. I'll be making more!
Very good love the tee.
Actually this was the first garment I made for my Grand Daughter's new American Boy Doll and not having the doll on hand for fitting, I was pleased with its end result as from reports it did fit well plus it was also made with recycled garments. To conclude; from reading over the comments prior to making it I did not follow the pattern for its neckline ribbing and opted to baste it on then cut, so have no idea as to its sizing however I understand that its measurement has been recently adjusted by its designer. (As for the other garments in the photo, they too are Liberty Jane patterns (one being a freebie T-Shirt and the other AG Skinny Jeans ) both made with recycle fabrics that I customized by adding an iron-on decal and shredding the jeans.
This was an easy to follow pattern. I did need to cut it a little bigger and do 1/4" seams. I made 3 shirts. Another reviewer commented about making the neck piece bigger, so I cut it bigger. One one shirt, I did need ithat extra. I guess it depends on the fabric. I was using jersey knits, but some stretch more than others. Overall, I really like this pattern.