"Bridesmaid Dream" PDF sewing pattern to make a very special outfit to fit 18" dolls such as American Girl® and similar sized dolls like Tonner My Imagination®.
Your doll will be all ready to be a bridesmaid in this beautifully outlined and versatile ensemble that can be worn in a variety of ways. Mix and match her looks with the stunning couture shrug and the flattering detachable skirt. Make her best friend's wedding special and memorable with the perfect ensemble!
The pattern includes detailed step by step instructions with photo illustrations.
With this pattern you can make:
Recommended Fabrics: Brocade, Shantung, Cotton
• 1/2 yard lace for the dress.
• 10” x 15” piece of stretch lace for the dress sleeves.
• 1/2 yard neutral cotton for the dress lining.
• 1 yard 1” wide bilateral lace trim for the dress.
• 1 yard ¼” wide ribbon for the dress.
• ½ yard brocade for the shrug, overskirt, and flowers.
• ½ yard shantung for the shrug and overskirt lining.
• 5” x 15” piece of velvet for the headband.
• A Venise appliqué for the headband.
• Buttons or snaps.
Skill Level: Intermediate
What You Get: One 28 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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Excellent love the results
I looked at this dress as a mix and match combo pattern. Look at all the ways this dress can be worn. The white dress is beautiful by itself. But when you add the detachable overskirt, you get another look. And you can use the overskirt with something else, too, because it's detachable. If you look at her pattern cover and my photo, you can see that she pressed knife pleats into her overskirt. I don't think she actually included the instructions to do this, but I thought the effect was so nice, I made her overskirt per the instructions with a gathered waist, then pressed the pleats in. I like the contrast between the straight lines of the pleats and the softness of the gathers. Oh, and did you see the fabric rose -- there are even instructions for making one. Use a soft, silky fabric for this. You'll be adding roses to everything.