Casual and playful! Rustic country style! This is a loose fitting jumpsuit with an elastic back. The pattern is designed for a baggy look and is supposed to look big on the doll.
The romper style jumpsuit dresses from the feet up and the button on the back is decorative which means there are no closures when dressing. This is ideal for little hands that are learning to dress their dolls.
The jumpsuit has a seamless front, which is ideal for applique, machine embroidery or vinyl transfers!
Bonus Optional: I have added a pattern for the pockets if you want to add those for fun! They are really nice with Option 1 of the pattern.
There are 3 variations. Each has a slight difference but will give you the end result you prefer:
Option 1: Loose Fit – Not too baggy and looks like overall. Still full in the back for a baggy look.
Option 2: Baggy Fit – Nice and baggy in the front and back with a higher crotch than option 3.
Option 3: Baggy and Low – Nice and baggy with a lowered crotch.
Recommended Fabrics: Light to medium weight woven fabrics. Light weight denim that is not too thick will also work.
• Fabric – 13.5” x 29”
• Optional - Lining for pockets (remnants)
• Elastic – 1/4” wide – 6”
• 1x Button – 1/2” wide
• Matching thread
• Fabric Pencil or Pen Marker
• Iron and ironing board
Skill Level: Easy
What You Get: One 18 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!
This pattern is so quick and easy to follow. I've only been seeing for a little over a month. I started so I can make clothes for my granddaughter's La Newborn babies by JC Toys. I have made 3 of the jumpsuits for all 3 babies. I was able to make each one in about 2 hours. I used plastic snaps on both sides instead of the 1 button in the middle and it still worked out great. Love this pattern. Now I'm making one for my granddaughter's Gotz doll.
great my husband really like my baggy pants that i have sew up he said it was so cute that he would like a pair of them (lol)