The "Prairie Girl" PDF sewing pattern can be used to make a very special outfit to fit 18" dolls such as American Girl® and similar sized dolls like Tonner® My Imagination.
It offers a beautiful concept for your 18" doll which offers a really wide scope for fabric combinations.
In this pattern I give away my seamstress secrets so that people who do sewing for a living can achieve a perfect balance between stunning quality and speed and thus increase their hourly income.
As you can see in the examples, you can come up with really interesting color schemes.
The pattern includes detailed step by step instructions with photo illustrations.
With this pattern you can make:
- Footed stockings
Recommended Fabrics: Cotton print
• 2 or 3 different coordinating cotton prints (1/3 yard for the dress, 1/3 yard for the pinafore, 1/3 yard for the bonnet).
• 1/4 yard fabric for the lining and bloomers.
• 1 yard of 2” wide lace trim.
• 1/2 yard of elastic.
• 1 yard of ½” bias tape.
• 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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Cute Dress. Easy to follow instructions. Pictures were a great help to follow along. Overall a great pattern. So why only 4 stars? When I pay $8.99 for a pattern, I expect pattern pieces for everything that is promised in the picture and in the description. The dress skirt and pinafore skirt only had measurements and you were told to get a bias piece and cut it to your desired length for the bonnet ties. I didn't want to use a bias piece, I wanted a pattern for the correct length and width of the bonnet ties so the thing would match the fabric in the bonnet. I also shouldn't have had to measure out the pieces for the skirts when I paid for patterns. I have paid less for a pattern from a different company and received all the pattern pieces, so I was disappointed when this one did not deliver. I bought the Carrots pattern at the same time, I have a feeling the Carrots pattern will be the same way. I'm not happy with that and not sure if I'll purchase anymore patterns from this company. The price of the patterns either needs to drop or they need to add the pattern pieces we paid for. I contemplated giving them 3 stars instead of 4, however, a lot time and effort when into the instructions, glossary terms, and pictures so I feel they deserve at least 4 stars.
I had a great experience. Cammie at Luminaria was very helpful with answering my questions and the outfit was very cute. Thanks