Your doll will become the cutest patient around with this adorable PDF pattern! This hospital gown is made with an overlap in the back that closes with hook-and-loop tape and bias binding ties so there is no wide open gap. If your doll needs to go to surgery she will also need a scrub hat and some booties! And don’t forget her wrist band for you to write her name on! It is made from vinyl and is so quick to make so you can make a few in a matter of minutes.
There is also a fun Doll Play printable added! Print the X-Rays on Vellum paper or transparencies for a “real” x-ray look. The envelope is printed onto cardboard, folded and glued. There is space on the front for the patient's details to be written on.
This PDF sewing pattern fits 14 to 14.5 inch dolls like Hearts for Hearts® and WellieWishers™. Also fits 13 inch Disney® Toddler, Mine to Love (Melissa & Doug) or Today’s Girl (Peterkin).
This pattern is also available on Pixie Faire for 18" Dolls such as American Girl®.
Recommended Fabrics: Light to Medium weight woven fabrics. Cotton. Quilt Cotton.
• Fabric 1 – Hospital Gown – 9” x 17”
• Fabric 2 – Cap and Booties – 9” x 16”
• Remnant of vinyl for wrist band
• 16” Bias Binding
• 1” Hook-and-Loop Tape (5/8” width – cut in half to get about ¼” wide)
• 9” Narrow Elastic (1/4” wide)
• 5” Narrow Elastic (1/8” wide)
• Matching Thread
• Safety pin or bodkin
Skill Level: Easy to Intermediate
What You Get: One 17 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!
Your doll will become the cutest patient around with this adorable PDF pattern!This hospital gown...
Had to replace a wellness wishers doll recently and granddaughter was upset. So I told her I was just sending her to the American Girl Doll Hospital to be repaired. I made the gown, surgical cap, booties and wrist band. Used the box the new one came in for replacement. The outfit fit perfectly, was easy to make and would be easy to fool anyone that it came from the real doll hospital.
I have made several adorable tiny hospital gowns. They look just like the “real people” versions and are not difficult to make. However, in my local stores, I have not been able to find the satin bias tape mentioned in the pattern and am still looking for very lightweight fabric for the caps and booties. Thank you for this pattern!