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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Vendor: Liberty Jane


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03/22/2017
Alice F.
Norway

Denim jacket review

I had to enlarge the pattern 35% and it turned out great! Very pleased!

JR
09/09/2016
Jen R

On-Trend and Fun!

This pattern worked up well and turned out to be absolutely adorable on the doll. It fits well (I use a knockoff AG doll as my model) and looks great! I have never done felled seams before and while these were teeny ones, I feel confident about them. I made four different jackets; two were following the directions exactly. I used a red denim for one and a black denim with a bit of stretch for the second. Then I made two using the hack on the website; they have a polar fleece or sweatshirt fleece hood and sleeves. ADORABLE!!! I am happy with both sets and am sure they will be well-received. I noticed other users had problems with the fit; this did not happen to me so I wonder if it's the size and manufacturer of the doll? Anyway, I am once again thrilled with the patterns on this site.

TH
04/22/2016
Terri Haines

cute jacket

I made this jacket and the instructions were easy to follow. It went together nicely, but mine doesn't fit like the picture and I notice someone else said the same thing. Mine actually overlaps in front and the sleeves are a little too long. I double checked my printer setting and it is correct. It is still a cute jacket, but it will be more for keeping the doll warm rather than a fashion accessory:)

Pixie Faire

Hi Terri, One quick suggestion to achieve a look more similar to the cover photo would be to run the jacket through the washer/dryer to shrink it up a bit. The cover photo jacket went through the additional distressing process which gives it a tighter fit.

FC
02/15/2016
Felicia C.

Love, love, love this pattern.

Love, love, love this pattern. My granddaughters loved it even more!

KV
11/28/2015
Kim V.

A beatiful jacket! I took

A beatiful jacket! I took the seems for the sleeves and bottom of the jacket and tucked them into the bands. I sewed one side to the band, turned the seam allowance down on the other side of the band, sewed the band, and turned it, ironed, and top stitched. The completed piece has a beatuful, smooth look.