There’s no reason, there is just no reason at all that your American Girl® doll needs to wear boring stuff. Is she a punk, or a rocker? A sports fan or a social critic that likes to have funny comments on her shirts? Now it’s all easy to make a reality with the Liberty Jane® Trendy T-Shirt Pattern PDF.
This form fitting T-Shirt Pattern is easy to use and not complicated in any way. And the best part, the amazing part, is that it’s our free gift to you. We want to give you the chance to test our patterns and ensure that you’re happy before you buy any. Give it a shot, and when you’re addicted to all the amazing possibilities, then come back and buy some more. And don’t forget, we’ve got other free patterns too, so you can try out a few before deciding to buy.
-1/4 yard of knit fabric or an outgrown tee
-hook and loop tape and thread
Skill Level: Easy/beginner. You will need the basic understanding of how to use a sewing machine and be familiar with sewing straight seams.
What You Get: One 11 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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This was another very easy to use pattern , with fantastic end result . I omitted the sleeves and added rubbed ' binding ' and a ribbed hen , then material and ribbing I used was from a child's cotton knit cardigan .
I was so impressed with this pattern. It was simple and easy to follow. My granddaughter is going to love it, once I get a chance to visit. Who knows, she might even get more than one.
Love this little 'T' as there is so much you can do with it. As I was making it for a BOY doll in one version I added ½" wide ribbing (cut as 1") to its jewel (round) neckline and did the same for the sleeve hemline plus added an iron-on decal to its front (using iron-on transfer paper and the computer) . The second version I made it into a V-neck with more ribbing and again added it on the sleeve and included a chest pocket this time ... on the left side. As for the third; I lengthened the sleeves to approximately the elbow (about 1 ¾") , left the neckline as is but created a facing for it using the same fabric cut on the bias. Please note also, I slightly lengthened the front and back since it was for a BOY and extended the side seam allowances just a tad starting (slightly below the sleeve seam allowance, more or less through the waist/hip) ) so it wouldn't be quite as fitted. For an added tip; for those printing instructions sheets off and would like to save paper and ink; you might wish to consider printing on the back of each sheet (most printers offer that option) and/or do it in a ' coloured draft' format. To secure the pages, use your hole punch in all sheets and use a 'round head fastener' (two-prong paper brad) to secure them together. As for the pattern pieces themselves; I usually retain one copy and secure it to the instructions. To conclude; IMHO the pattern pieces are very well sized and for the novice sewer the instructions are very thorough.
I think I have now made about 10 of these...they are my fall back for outfits....great pattern....fits great!!!! My girls thank you!!!!!