The A-Line dress is an iconic 1960's fashion piece. The new Liberty Jane® Euro Libby: Abbey Road dress designed to fit 18 inch dolls is a modern take on this classic style! Contrasting collar fabrics and high end embellishments elevate the level of fashion and style, creating a standout piece for your doll!
Design features include princess seams, inverted center front pleat, neckline facing, a-line silhouette, armscye binding, and an invisible zipper closure.
The PDF sewing pattern includes a variety of options. The dress can be made with short sleeves or sleeveless. It can also be made with or without the collar, which creates a variety of unique looks. Fabric choice will also play a part in the overall vibe of the piece. Use something like dupioni or taffeta for a special occasion holiday look, or a premium quilting cotton for an everyday schoolgirl type look. The possibilities are endless!
Suggested fabrics include: lightweight woven cottons, dupioni (silk or polyester), taffeta, voile.
- 1/3 yard fabric
- Bias Cut Binding Strips 3/4" wide (optional)
- One 7-9" Invisible Zipper
- Three 1/4" Buttons - (optional)
- Iron and Pressing Tools
- Hand Sewing Needle
- Seam Gauge - (optional)
Skill Level: Intermediate
What You Get: One 38 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 little dress was easy to run up. I made mine for a customer from Star wars fabric in black with the contrasting collar in white. She also requested sleeves. The instructions were easy to follow including the setting in of the sleeves. So easy. The back zip I fitted using my own method as I didn't have an invisible zip to be able to follow the instructions. The collar fitted first go, which was nice as sometimes I find this my problem spot. I had a little too much gap at the top of the zip, so I finished with a button and loop to close the neckline smoothly. Instructions were well written, pictures were appropriate and were also instructive. I liked that you can have several mix and match options, eg. with or without sleeves or collar and faux belt. You could also 'colour block' the panels as well.
I hope you will make the same pattern for Wellie Wisher Doll. I love this pattern and the era.
Great pattern. I added onto the hem length after reading the reviews and am glad I did. Other than that I am very happy with how this turned out. Have made a couple of adjustments for the next time. Great instructions.
It was really easy and came together well. A little confused with the armhole construction. So I went my own way with that. I wii make the sleeve version soon. It’s a nice pattern
This is an amazing pattern. It’s easier than I thought it would be and is so easy to put together!! I love that it works as a girl OR boy doll shoe pattern!!!!