-1/4 yard of knit fabric
-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. An iron with steam may be used optionally to steam out any stretching of the neck and hem.
What You Get: One 10 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.
Download, Print, Sew! *Creating a customer account will ensure that you have the ability to access your purchased (and free) files at any time.
PixieFaire and the designers featured are not affiliated with WellieWishers™
The Liberty Jane® Malibu Libby: Avila Aviator Jacket is definitely a statement piece! Your 13-14.5 inch doll...
Constructed it using a recycled knit T-Shirt however found it a tad snug even after adding additional seam allowance to its closure. That said; lesson learned and shall increase its sizing even more the next time. THANK YOU though as the pattern itself has endless possibilities to make it your own. P.S.: I added a self bias facing on the neckline and a bit more allowance to the sleeve hemline plus added a DIY decal to its front.
Nice basic T-shirt. Works up easy enough. Only issue is the pattern runs small. I read another review after realizing the 1 inch test box was too small and added about 1/4 inch to each side. Will make a bunch of these in different colors. Thanks for sharing.
I have printed and looked at the pattern. Is very simple and easy. Looking forward to making it.
Pattern was very easy to follow, however, I did have to add a little to the hem line and a little to the sides to make it fit correctly. The first one I made was a little tight.
I followed the printing directions to print at actual size but found the completed shirt was very tight and would be difficult for small hands to put on. I had to add 1/4" on each side to fit correctly.