Boy Doll Baseball T-Shirt 18” Doll Clothes Pattern

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The Liberty Jane® classic Baseball T-shirt now has a looser fit, making it perfect for an 18 inch boy doll! 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.

Complete your boy outfit with the Liberty Jane® Jeans Pattern!

Supplies Needed:
-1/4 yard of knit fabric in (or small scraps) two colors
Hook and loop tape
- Matching or contrasting thread 

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.

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PixieFaire and the designers featured are not affiliated with American Girl®

Vendor: Liberty Jane


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04/20/2017
Brenda N.
CANADA

WAS PLEASED WITH THE END RESULT!

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.

Boy Doll Baseball T-Shirt 18” Doll Clothes Pattern
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04/03/2017
Janet S.
United States

Very cute baseball tee

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.

Boy Doll Baseball T-Shirt 18” Doll Clothes Pattern
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03/27/2017
James
Canada

Boy Doll 18" T-shirt

Pattern was pretty easy to put together. I did have to tweak a few pieces to get a better fit - the neck piece was too short and just a touch too narrow and something weird was going on with the sleeves that required a bit of adjusting. Otherwise, the instructions were clear enough.

Boy Doll Baseball T-Shirt 18” Doll Clothes Pattern
03/30/2017

Pixie Faire

Hi :) Cinnamon here... I just wanted to reply concerning the neckband length. The boy doll pattern uses a flat neckband that folds back up towards the neck itself - this is a different construction than the girl size pattern (which uses a neck binding that folds over the shirt seam allowance, which is why it's longer). I can see from the attached photo, that the lengthened neck band piece is in fact too long. Because it hasn't been stretched enough along the seam line, it is popping up on the interior of the neckline (more like a turtleneck would). The neckband should lay flat along the shoulders and extend just shy of 1/4" when it's folded back in towards the neck. Hope this helps to clarify! 

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03/13/2017
Patricia

Baseball T for boy doll

The neckband piece on this pattern is way too short. Despite using a knit with considerable stretch I was not able to make it fit. I compared the pieces of the boy pattern to the girl pattern pieces and the pieces are about the same size at the neck but the boy neckband is about 1 1/4 inches shorter. Once I cut it from the girl pattern it fit.

03/30/2017

Pixie Faire

Hi :) Cinnamon here... I just wanted to reply concerning the neckband length. The boy doll pattern uses a flat neckband that folds back up towards the neck itself - this is a different construction than the girl size pattern (which uses a neck binding that folds over the shirt seam allowance, which is why it's longer). It sounds like it worked for you, but if the neckband hasn't been stretched enough along the seam line, it will result in a piece that pops up on the interior of the neckline (more like a turtleneck would). The neckband should lay flat along the shoulders and extend just shy of 1/4" when it's folded back in towards the neck. To achieve the most stretch from your knit fabric be sure to cut it on the bias, that has more stretch than the cross grain. Hope this helps to clarify!