The Liberty Jane® Motorcycle Jacket PDF Pattern designed to fit an 18 inch American Girl® Doll is a great addition to your doll's wardrobe! It was featured in the Outback Libby: Roebuck Bay outfit and has become a classic Liberty Jane piece. Mixing rugged and feminine captures the Australian Outback style perfectly.
This design will fit both a boy doll and a girl doll!
This pattern may look intimidating, but don't worry, it goes together perfectly! There are a lot of pieces and steps to follow, but the instructions are very clear, with full color images for each step. The zipper is easy to install as well. I've feared zippers in the past, but this goes in smoothly every time!
Wow your friends with your new moto jacket! They will be stunned that you made it :)
-1/3 yard of micro suede fabric for the jacket
What You Get: One 34 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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This was a lot of work, and a little intimidating, but I learned so much doing it. This was my first time sewing with faux leather, and while the result is far from perfect, it’s still pretty darn cute! The instructions are easy to follow, and as long as you take your time and work it through one step at a time, the end result is worth the extra effort. My boy OG is a little chunky and I was a little nervous about how it would fit after all that work, but it was perfect. (I did have to shorten my metal zipper … it’s a lot more complicated than shortening other zippers! Sewing With Cinnamon has a great video on shortening zippers.)
Minutieux .. a faire dans le calme Car beaucoup de petites pièces
Amazing!!! I am already working on another!
This jacket takes a lot of work. My zipper pull was on the opposite side to the one used in the pattern, so caused me a bit of confusion, when following the instructions. (Something to watch out for, when making this.) Apart from that, the numerous steps are in an simple to follow order. I made the side seams straight, instead of curved, and added 1/2” to the lower back, as my doll is rather chunky, with no waist. The red suede look fabric, was an easy option to sew with, as the few mistakes I made, could be unpicked and re-sewn, without leaving any needle holes. I’m hoping to make another jacket, in a leather look fabric, when I can find some that is a suitable thickness and my short open ended zips have arrived.. Having made one, I hope there’ll be no mistakes, second time around! I LOVE THE END RESULT.