Kids of all sizes love snuggling up in a pair of cozy, footed pajamas … including the 14.5-inch variety, such as our friends the WellieWishers™!
Inspired by our Footie Jammies for 18-inch dolls and also known as a blanket sleeper, these PJs are stretchy and loosely form-fitting. Suitable only for knits with a significant amount of stretch, they can be made of a variety of weights and textures, from thick and furry fleece to heavy t-shirt fabrics.
Features in this PDF download include a collar with knit facing, front zipper, elasticized back for a slightly more fitted look and optional elastic at the wrists. For a realistic touch, try using textured fabric for the soles. (You wouldn’t want your doll to slip!)
With easy to follow step-by-step photo instructions, these jammies go together quickly for most confident beginner to intermediate level seamstresses who aren’t afraid to tackle a zipper.
Recommended Fabrics: polar fleece, heavy t-shirt knit
-1/2 yard stretchy knit fabric, such as stretchy polar fleece or heavy t-shirt knit (NOT suitable for fabrics without a significant amount of stretch in at least one direction or your doll will not be able to bend or sit)
-Nylon zipper, 6-inch or longer (will be cut during construction)
-9 inches of 1/4-inch wide elastic
Skill Level; Intermediate
What You Get: One 28 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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Pattern pieces look great. Have not sewn them yet but looks easy to follow
I found the pattern quite easy to follow and made two cute doll sleepers with it. I used a collar instead of facing, and added cuffs to the sleeves. The first one I made looked beautiful, but since I intended it to be used for a baby doll instead of an American Girl type of doll, it fitted rather snug. So for the second one I added a quarter inch to the pattern and left off the back elastic, and it was perfect. I also extended the zipper because I found it didn't go down far enough on the first one. Also, I made them from old sleepers that I had around, so they are cute miniature versions of what my girls used to wear. I even used the same soles with the brand name on them. I am very grateful for this pattern because I couldn't find any other patterns for a 14.5 inch doll sleeper, and using this pattern was way easier than designing my own.
These pj's were easy to make. The instructions were excellent. I used a Christmas-themed cotton knit instead of fleece. They turned out a little bit bigger than I thought they should be but part of that may be my fabric choice. They do need to be a little long so that the doll can sit. I would recommend this pattern.
I found this pattern to be wonderful. I love all the patterns I have used from Pixie Faire.When I buy their pattern, I know the dirrections will be easy to follow and that the final result will be wonderful. I did make a modification on this and put in an invisible zipper instead. love, love, love it!