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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03/20/2020
Patricia S.
United States United States
Fun denim jacket

Upcycled a pair of my husband’s well worn jeans for this jacket. The thickness of the fabric was somewhat troublesome so I recommend using a lightweight denim if you don’t have a heavy duty sewing machine. The pattern directions were excellent and the jacket turned out super cute.

Patricia Silverman verified customer review of Denim Jacket 18 Doll Clothes Pattern
PW
02/06/2020
PAt W.
Canada Canada
Denim Jacket Review

I was 100% thrilled with the pattern, instructions, and final result! I recommend this pattern to anyone wanting the realistic version of a denim jacket! I have made three already and more on the way!

PB
01/03/2020
P B.
United States United States
Adorable

For just about the first time in over 50 years of sewing, every seam fit perfectly. I used an old pair of jeans for an authentic look. Every notch, seam, and corner hit where it was supposed to be! If I make it again, I will make the sleeve just a little larger. Probably because of the heaviness of the denim. I really enjoyed making this.

BT
11/22/2019
Barbara T.
United States United States
Denim Jacket

This jacket was so much easier to make than I anticipated. It fits great and goes with lots of outfits. It was great fun to make.

Barbara Toop verified customer review of Denim Jacket 18 Doll Clothes Pattern
MR
07/12/2019
maria r.
South Africa South Africa
denim jacket

I loved the pattern with all the little details but I made two slight alterations. On the front yoke, on the foldline, I extended on the neck area quite a bit to go over the collar as it will look neater when the jacket is open. The sleeve cuff I put the seam inside instead of exposed, also looks a lot neater. I hope you understand my explanation, if not I'll send pictures. Otherwise it is perfect.