Your 18-inch doll can jump into action with this detailed flight suit from Koski Kreations! Design Details Include: One piece jumpsuit, zipper front opening, patch pocket detail, welt or zipper pockets, elastic back detail, and patch creation instructions. Create hours of pretend play with this aviator pilot jumpsuit. This basic one-piece jumpsuit design can also be used to create a variety of looks for trade professions like plumber, mechanic, or exterminator. Use this sewing pattern to create outfits for your girl doll or boy doll.
This flight suit and bonus helmet PDF sewing and crafting pattern is designed to fit 18" dolls such as American Girl®. Create hours of play for the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) enthusiast with this doll clothes sewing pattern.
Special note from the designer: On September 13th, 1997, 20 years ago, a US Air Force C-141 Starlifter had a mid-air collision off the coast of West Africa. They had delivered UN humanitarian supplies and Army personnel to Windhoek Namibia and were returning to Ascension Island when the collision occurred. There were 9 US service members on that flight at the time and there were no survivors. One of those men was my brother-in-law Robert Evans. This little flight suit is meant as a tribute to those who lost their lives that day and to all the men and women who have served and are serving this great country of ours. Thank you for your service.
Note: Example images of boys in tan jumpsuits were created using this pattern but the backpacks were custom for the photoshoot.
Decorate your flightsuit with the Genniewren Designs Mini Space Patches machine embroidery designs
Recommended Fabrics: cotton
Skill Level: Intermediate
What You Get: One 53 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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I only used the basic pattern. I altered it to open in the back and didn’t use the collar. I wanted to make a Bee Keeper outfit. This pattern worked great. I’m hoping to make the flight suit soom
This pattern requires patience, but it was worth the effort. I made it three times and do have some suggestions. The pattern for the two upper pockets needs to be a bit smaller. I had to shorten the pocket by 1/4" to make it fit and leave room for the belt that is placed beneath it. It also must be kept out of the sleeve seam. I used real working zippers in 4 of the pockets, but used very thin, fusible interfacing to make the openings. By sewing the interfacing right side to right side of fabric, sewing with small stitches around the box, cutting the box open as the pattern shows, then pushing the interfacing to the wrong side and very carefully pressing the interfacing to the wrong side, I created a nice rectangular box for the zipper. The pattern has helpful hints for getting the zippers in easily. I did lengthen the back by 1/4" and added about 3/8" around the waist to fit the AMD Julie. In addition I used several of the Space Badges in set #2 and designed some name badges in my home software.