Alana is a versatile PDF sewing pattern comprising of a Hawaiian-style shirt, shorts with contrast trim and a bonus pattern for a reversible bucket hat.
The loose fitting casual shirt is traditionally styled. It has a left breast pocket, revers collar, lined yoke, side slits, short sleeves and is fastened with hook and loop tape, buttons or snaps.
The shorts have a contrast hem band and an elasticated waist for an easy fit.
The whole ensemble is a fun summer outfit that’s ideal beach wear, perfect for a doll’s vacation, for wearing on board a ship, or just for playing in the park or the garden.
The shirt and shorts will also make super summer pajamas for those warm, balmy evenings when long PJ pants are just too much.
The shirt would also be great for making school uniforms.
With instructions included for creating the shirt fastening for both boys and girls, the Alana pattern is a great addition to your pattern collection and will fast become a go-to pattern for many of your doll’s favorite clothes.
Recommended Fabrics: Woven fabrics - e.g. medium to lightweight cotton, and cotton blends, shirting, lawn, poplin or broadcloth, silk for the shirt,
-Half a yard (0.5 metres) of your main fabric; PLUS
-A fat quarter (18” x 22” / 46cm x 56cm) of contrast fabric, or the equivalent in scraps left over from other dressmaking projects;-
-20” x 12” (50cm x 30cm) of lightweight fusible interfacing;
-3¼” (8 cm) Anti Snag hook and loop tape for closure;
-Three or four ¼”(6mm) buttons (or snaps if preferred instead of the hook and loop tape),
-10½ inches of ⅜” (1cm) elastic for the shorts waist.
Skill Level: Easy to Intermediate
What You Get: One 40 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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directions were clear and concise. Very easy outfit to make. Thanks for sharing
The Hawwaiian-style shirt was just what I was looking for. Inserting the colar was a bit challenging, but with the stay-stitching and clipping the curves, it worked great.
I had fun making this outfit. My only suggestion is that perhaps the "liner" fabric be less distracting. It took me a couple of tries to get the yoke/collar set correctly. Perhaps that is just because I have never made a shirt! I willmake the hat a bit larger next time, as I would like to tuck hair up under it. Is there a way to upload a photo of the finished outfit?