This 1970′s inspired Summer Fun Midriff & Bell Bottom Pants, by Eden Ava Couture, will look so cute on your American Girl® Doll! The midriff top includes two sleeve options as well as a sleeveless choice. This fun PDF pattern is great for woven fabrics.
-½ yard Cotton Fabric for top
-½ yard of Cotton or Polyester fabric for pants
-¼” Elastic for sleeves
-3/8” Elastic for Pants
Skill Level: This is a fun and easy pattern.
What You Get: One 24 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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This was well worth the purchase. I purchased it on bogo Friday and that made it a super deal. The pattern was super easy to use and the instructions were so easy that my 7 year old grand daughter could follow it easily. It reminds me of the old show Gillian’s island.
The pattern is very user friendly. The pants fit so well. Used gingham for top and it turned out so cute.
I just finished making the midriff top with the sleeves, as well as the bell bottom pants. and they turned out just as cute as can be. The pattern, even though it was drawn by hand, fits perfectly and the directions were well written and easy to follow. Don't be afraid to buy this pattern. You will be making it again and again. I'm in the process of making another pair of the pants with a knit crop top, and the sleeveless top with a skirt.
In 1974 I wore an outfit much like this. I was able to find a picture of me wearing it and included it with the outfit I made for my granddaughter. She was much surprised that her grandmother wore a style like this. It was great fun.
I know this is called a midriff top pattern, but I used this for a cotton-style cardigan for a pair of custom orders. It was the closest thing I could find for the outfits I was working on and this pattern worked great, with a little alteration. Great, easy-to-follow directions. Thanks so much!