This PDF pattern is the perfect medieval style costume inspired by a legendary heroic outlaw and archer that is depicted in English folklore. Whether your doll likes to play dress up or be a historical re-enactor, this outfit will fit right in. Some elements in the design have been adopted from the Middle-Ages.
The outfit includes a tunic with a crenelated pattern along the bottom hem as a distinctive element. The v-neck is finished with eyelets and a cord.
The pants are tight towards the bottom for boots to be worn over. They also have an elastic waist.
The cowl can be lined or you can use fabric that does not fray. Both options are included. It closes at the back of the neck with hook-and-loop tape.
Accessories include a felt hat, belt, and arm guards. The arm guards are made from leather with ribbon stitched on to look like ties. The belt and armguards close with hook-and-loop tape.
This PDF sewing pattern is designed to fit 18" dolls such as American Girl®.
Earth tones are ideal for this pattern
Tunic and pants — Light to medium weight cotton or linen.
Hat — Felt
Cowl with Lining — Light weight woven fabric.
Cowl without lining — Light weight knit or fleece. Fabric that does not fray.
Belt and Armguards — Vinyl, marine vinyl, mock suede. You want to use a vinyl that has a leather look to it.
Tunic Fabric — 13” x 30”
Tunic Bottom Band Contrast Fabric — 11” x 17”Pants Fabric — 12” x 22”
Hat Felt — 5”x 17”
Cowl Fabric — 12” x 15”
Cowl Lining (optional) — 12” x 10”
Belt & Armguard Vinyl — 4” x 13”
Contrasting Vinyl for Belt — 1” x 13”
1/8” Wide Ribbon for Armguards — 21.5” 1/4” Eyelets for Tunic — x4 Hook-and-Loop Tape — 9”
Decorative Feather for Hat — x1
3/8" Wide Elastic — 10”Cord for Tunic — 10”
Eyelet Setter Tool and Instructions
Skill Level: Easy to 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.Download, Print, Sew!
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