Has your doll dreamed of becoming a chef? Well now she can be one with the Chef's Uniform PDF Pattern from Doll Tag Clothing! This outfit has it all: a traditional chef's hat and double breasted coat, scarf, cook's apron, and black checkered pants! There's even hachimaki for those aspiring to be a sushi chef!
- White Fabric Coat, Toque and Apron – 20” fabric
- Optional: Collar and cuffs can be done in color – fabric bits needed
- Black Checkered Fabric – Fat Quarter
- Accessories – Fabric bits
- Elastic for pants – 10’5” narrow elastic
- 4 Snaps and a tool to insert them (you can use sew on snaps and buttons as well)
- Iron and ironing board
Skill Level: Intermediate
What You Get: One 25 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. This pattern includes a 2 page Summary of Instructions section so you can print out just the text version if desired to save on printer ink! 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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This pattern was so much fun to make. The instructions are well written and easy to follow. I especially loved the checkered pants, scarf, and trim on the cuffs. I suggest marking the back and front on the sleeves, as shown on the pattern!!
This was a great pattern to sew with. All pieces fit precisely together. It was fun to sew and turned out super cute
I made this pattern in both the 18" doll size and the 14.5 inch size. I am a very experienced seamstress and had no problems with either, The patterns fit my granddaughters American Girl dolls perfectly with no adjustments needed. I opted to use hook & loop tape and buttons for the jacket rather than snaps. Because of the double breasted styling of the jacket I used a full width 5/8" piece rather than cutting it in half as I normally use for outfits. I choose to use pink and white checks for fun and added some machine embroidery to the hat band.
I made all of the pieces and very happy with the result. It was easy to put together, and the directions were great. Everything fit together well. I really liked that she explained what each piece is called and explained what it's for (i.e. why the pants are checkered). It's obvious she did her research to make sure the uniform is accurate.