With this reversible cheerleader outfit your doll can be ready to cheer for a Home or Away Game in a simple flip!
The pattern includes two bodice lengths and a box pleated skirt that falls just above the knee attached to a fit V style sleeveless top.
It uses hook and loop closure that is easy for little hands to use!
The front and back reversible design allows for twice as much play in half as much storage space.
This PDF sewing pattern is designed to fit 14.5" dolls such as WellieWishers™. Make a matching big sister outfit with the 18" version.
Recommended Supplies: Lightweight cotton, linen, voile, etc.
Skill Level: Intermediate
What You Get: One 19 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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I decided to make some cheerleader outfits for my dolls to help cheer on my 49ers during my 2020 Super bowl party. This pattern looked like it might do, but I didn't like the length of the skirt. The cover picture has the skirt way too long in my opinion. Cheerleader skirts are always very short. I considered making the skirt very, very short, and adding matching panties, but did a test run with shortening the skirt only about half an inch first. Willa's outfit was the first one I made. I decided that I liked that length of skirt and made all of them shortening the skirt pattern by half an inch. Also, I only used one layer of material on the skirt to keep it from getting too bulky around her waist, so the outfits I made are not reversible. I wasn't so sure that I liked having the ribbon on the top of her uniform so low (see Willa's outfit), so on my next ones I tried raising it up higher. As you can see on Kendall's uniform, the ribbon placement isn't as easy to get in the correct position if placed higher. One would have to be very careful and use LOTS of pins. Emerson's came out better because I'd done two already and had a better idea of what I was doing. Sorry I couldn't also show you the fourth outfit, but this won't let me add more than three pictures. Yes, I liked it so much that I made four of them! Overall this is a very cute pattern and my dolls really enjoyed being cheerleaders during the Super bowl. The pom-poms were made from a mix of regular and sparkle 'eyelash' yarn.