Dress Form 18" Doll Clothes Pattern

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A dress form perfectly proportioned to fit 18 inch American Girl ® Doll clothes. It is fast and easy to make and a fun way to display some of your favorite 18 inch doll outfits. This PDF pattern is designed to use cotton fabrics, such as a fat quarter. 


Supplies Needed:
-1/4 yard fabric

-Batting or stuffing
-A candlestick for the base, approx. 7.5 inches tall
-Cardboard
-Hot glue and glue gun
-Large plastic bead for top

Skill Level: Easy

What You Get: One 10 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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PM
07/01/2020
Paula M.
United States United States
Love this!

I got this yesterday & made two today, one with an old placemat & one from curtain material. They both came out really well. I sewed across the neck top instead of using a bead. I have been thinking about making a dress form for a long time & have been saving different sizes of dish washing liquid bottles, thinking they would work as a form. Seventh Generation dish washing liquid was a perfect fit. I put the bottom of the bottle in the dress form & only had to add a little padding in the top area to fill it in. I am going to experiment with putting a dowel rod through the bottle and mount the dowel rod on a wooden piece that will act as my stand. This is for a long dress so I am not worried about how the bottom looks since it will be covered by the dress.

JG
06/22/2020
Joan G.
United States United States
I modified this a little...

I had wanted something like this since I started making doll clothes and now I have one. I never intended to put a ball head on top, so I wish I could have known better to just stitch it up before the stuffing, so I could have stuffed the neck stiffer. I also modified the bottom, as I do not have hot glue, by securing the cloth to the base with T pins. I also used a dollar store vase as the base. I glued cardboard to the top of the vase first, then glued the cardboard to the exposed cardboard of the body base. It turned out well.

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BH
05/24/2020
Bev H.
Canada Canada
Dress Form

I enjoyed making this Dress form. It went together easily and looks great. My Granddaughter loves it, playing 'Dress Shop’.

CE
04/08/2020
Carolyn E.
United States United States
Cute and practical

Looking forward to making this dress form for granddaughter to display her dolly dresses. Directions are clear and easy to understand.

CP
02/28/2020
Clenna P.
United States United States
Dress form 18” doll

I found the sewing very simple and easy. The 3 star rating is due to the fact that if made according to the directions it would be for display only and not for frequent use. The directions specify gluing the jewel or knob at the top directly to the fabric, and gluing the dress form onto a candlestick. This would never hold up to much use. My husband and I cut the base out of 1/4” plywood, drilled a hole in the center and put a small dowel through from the top, drilled into the candlestick and glued. Then we glued the wooden ball to the top of the dowel. It seemed very sturdy and looked great.