Flour Sack Frock 18" Doll Clothes Pattern

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When she finishes sewing this dress from the flour sack fabric she chose at the market, she'll look great whether going to school or helping around the house. Comfortable and cute, this short-sleeved dress features a crossover mock-buttoned bodice slightly dropped at the waist. Also Included are instructions for miniature flour sacks and printable labels.

This PDF sewing pattern is designed to fit 18" dolls such as American Girl®.

Recommended Fabrics:  Light-weight cotton

Supplies Needed:
-1/3 yard of medium to lightweight, woven fabric
-A scrap of fabric for bodice lining
-Tracing wheel and marking paper
-Matching thread
-4 1/4”-long x ¼” wide piece of  hook and loop tape
-Five buttons, 3/8” size or 9mm

Skill Level:  Confident Beginner

 What You Get: One 40 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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K
05/21/2020
Kathy
Canada Canada

Flour sack dress

I was disappointed as with all the reviews stating it does not fit right you would think it would either be removed from Pixie Faire or repaired. Unfortunately this has not been done. It is a really cute pattern with good instructions but does not fit well unless make adjustments.

SM
01/16/2020
Sandra M.
United States United States

Flour Sack Frock

This dress was a lot of fun to make. The pattern pieces fit together perfectly. The directions are well demonstrated and easy to follow. I’m looking forward to finding appropriate reproduction prints for a second go round. A few paragraphs of the history behind flour sack dress is included and extremely interesting...love fashion...especially how it pertains to woman’s history.

Pixie Faire Flour Sack Frock 18 Doll Clothes Pattern Review
WC
03/06/2019
Wendy C.
United States

Flour Sack Frock

Well done, easy to follow pattern with wonderful results.

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M
11/17/2017
Meloe
France

Perfect for older dolls

I had a lot of fun sewing this dress. It was much easier than I thought when first seeing the cover page of the pattern. I love the result. As stated in previous reviews the neckline is a bit too deep for my most recent dolls but the dress fits perfectly on my oldest Pleasant Company doll.

Pixie Faire Flour Sack Frock 18 Doll Clothes Pattern Review
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05/09/2017
Anna
British Columbia, Canada

Easy-to-Sew Dress

The pattern came together fairly easily, although I found the end result had slightly bulky seams along the waistline. If I sewed the pattern again, I would not serge the edge of the bodice and the top edge of the skirt before joining the two together; instead I would serge them after sewing the waist seam, to minimize bulk. I used a fat quarter for the outer fabric and some scrap cotton for the lining. The bodice, without adjustments, and with the darts, is slightly loose on my Journey Girls doll, but not so much to be a problem. I haven't dug my AG doll out of storage yet to check it on her for comparison (the three-year-old gets to play with the Journey Girl if she wants; she has to wait until she's older for the AG doll).