This 1970′s inspired reversible halter top and scooter PDF pattern, by Eden Ava Couture, will keep your American Girl® Doll cool and refreshed on those hot summer days! The top is quick and easy to make and is perfect for small scraps of woven fabrics. The scooter is shorts with a skirt front and is more of an intermediate level, but if you take your time and follow the directions it’s easy to make.
Skill Level: This is a quick and easy pattern!
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.
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Instructions were wonderful, I made some the very day I received the pattern, made three tops and two dresses. Thank you was just what I was looking for.
I have only made the halter top so far. I absolutely love this pattern. It's fun and simple but comes out looking great. The fit is good and the instructions are clear. If you have never used bias tape, this would be the perfect beginner project. I really recommend this to everyone. It's just a joy to make!
Seriously I am having the most fun sewing these two items for my granddaughters and their 4 friends - yes that makes 6 in total and the more I sew the easier it gets and it is easy to follow the instructions so anybody will be able to sew them and get good results. Having fun is great
I resized this pattern to fit my My Friend Mandy doll, the top I reduced 80% and the bottom 85%. The pattern was easy to sew and fits great. It took about an hour cut and make both pieces.
This is a great way to use up scraps. It would also be a good pattern to teach someone to sew. The trickiest part would be sewing the bias binding. Pattern was well written and photos and instructions nice and clear. I used crimpelene for the scooter and crepe for the top. Both fashion fabrics from the '70's.