Have fun with lots of creative options as you design your own skirt for your 14-14.5 inch doll. This quick and easy skirt PDF pattern features elastic enclosed in the facing from the back of the skirt and ending at the front panel. It can be made with or without pockets, with or without trim or ruffles, with or without buttons, etc. in many combinations of fabric colors and prints. Mix and match coordinating fat quarters to make lots of fun looks. Make your skirt preppy, dressy, or casual. Make a group of these little skirts to use as party favors for a special child's birthday party. The options to be creative are endless!
This pattern will fit 14-14.5 inch dolls such as Hearts For Hearts and WellieWishers. It is also available on Pixie Faire for 18" dolls such as American Girl.
Recommended Fabrics: Lightweight woven fabric such as quilting cotton, lightweight denim, lightweight twill, etc.
-1/4 yard or fat quarter woven fabric (cotton, lightweight twill, lightweight denim, etc.)
-5-inch long piece of 1/4-inch wide elastic
-Safety pin for inserting elastic
-Coordinating or contrasting scraps of fabric for trim, ruffle, pockets, and/or waist facings
-Mini buttons or decorative buttons
-Purchased trim such as rickrack, gathered lace, etc. to use as trim
Skill Level: Confident Beginner
What You Get: One 22 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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I really liked this pattern. I made it up for the Corolle Les Cheries as the waist etc measurements seemed ok, and for this first time I didn't make a fancy trim but used a contrasting fabric for the front panel on each (I have 2 granddaughters with a doll each!) It was nice and easy to cut out and sew - and the elastic went in well. I will be using it again once I have seen the skirts on the dolls and know if I should make any more alterations in the pattern sizing. And look forward to experimenting with different trims.
I got to test this pattern and it really goes together nicely. I did a quick, non trimmed version but am anxious to try some of the different trims suggested. There are so many possibilities! It fits really nicely too.