Denim Jacket 18" Doll Clothes Pattern

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Your American Girl® Doll will stand out in the crowd wearing a jean jacket made from the Liberty Jane® Denim Jacket Doll Clothes PDF Pattern! Featured in the 2012 Spring Line International Collection, this has become a true classic! Tiny authentic detail is the key to a realistic looking scaled down jacket and this one has captured those details perfectly! This pattern is designed to be made two ways. There is the more advanced flat -fell seam technique or a more simple faux style seam technique.  33 page PDF file with an optional 4 page text only summary of instructions to save on ink! 

Supplies Needed:
-1/3 yard thin denim fabric for jacket
-(12)  1/4″ buttons 
-2 snaps
-Contrasting thread

Skill Level: Intermediate

What You Get: One 33 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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Judy I.
United States

Almost Perfect

The denim jacket pattern for an 18" doll is a very good design and nearly perfect in every way. The instructions for making flat fell seams are good. The pieces are designed to fit together very well. The final product looks exactly like a miniature blue jean jacket. The only incorrect step is #15. The photo is correct, but the instructions don't describe what is in the photo. In addition, there are two back tab pattern pieces, but there are no instructions for sewing them on the waistband. Even with these minor quibbles, I am very happy with this little jacket.

Denim Jacket 18 Doll Clothes Pattern

Pixie Faire

Hi Judy! Glad to hear you liked this pattern :) and thanks for sharing the picture, it turned out so cute! I just wanted to clarify that the instructions on page #17 show how to both sew the tabs and add them to the waistband on the jacket (maybe that page was misplaced).

Terese T.
United States

denim Jacket Pattern

Instructions are fantastic and easy to follow. The jacket is absolutely adorable...trying to find metal buttons to finish. Highly recommend. I also made a reduced size for this item and it came out great too. I used the denim from an old skirt I had that was very thin.

Teri J

Absolutely LOVE

I absolutely LOVE this jacket pattern, I have made several as jackets and vests and two toned designed and I have modified the pattens as well, and love them all, they fit great and I get many compliments on them, lots of patten pieces but I love the detail and the final outcome!! one of my very favorite patterns.. if you have a jacket fetish like I do, this is a must have!!!!

Lisa Cheney
Los Angeles, California

Imperfection Still Looks Great

I thoroughly enjoyed making this denim jacket. I've never done the felled seams before, and they were so easy. I had a lot of old denim jean scraps, but decided to follow the pattern advice and use thin cotton denim-look fabric. It was very easy to work with. I was especially pleased with the fact that even though I didn't do even, straight top stitching on the pockets, and barely got the bottom buttonhole on the fabric, it still looked great! I decided not to add the tabs at the waist. Also, for this boy doll, I printed the pattern at 103%, for a looser fit. I think the jacket would close if I made the buttonholes functional.

Denim Jacket 18 Doll Clothes PatternDenim Jacket 18 Doll Clothes Pattern
Angeline M.
United States

LJC Denim Jacket

Instructions clear and well written as usual. I always have excellent results with any pattern written by this designer.