Graduation Day is something we dream about and look forward to ... it’s a day for celebrating a significant achievement and anticipating good things to come. How better to imagine and commemorate this milestone than with your own doll-sized graduation cap and gown, plus all of the realistic accessories to highlight those achievements?
Included in this PDF pattern download is everything you need to dress your American Girl (TM) doll for success, including complete patterns and instructions for a zip-front gown, mortar board (cap) with tassel, two stole choices, honor cord, and even a free bonus tutorial to guide you through creating a miniature folder-style diploma using Duck Tape sheets!
Make your ensemble even more authentic by recycling an actual graduation gown!
Recommended Fabrics: polyester silk, crepe, satin, recycled thrift store gown
Skill Level: Intermediate
What You Get: One 59 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!
At this time I have no review. I bought the pattern I got for a couple of years down the road, it will be for a Great Niece when she graduates high school for her AG doll to be robed the same day she is. It will be for her party decorations. Right now, I have very little depth perception due to eye surgery and another follow up procedure, that it is going to be sometime before I can cut out anything. Believe me I have tried and it is not working. The doctor assures that it will eventually come back, I hope so. Thank you for inquiring, but not right now. Gloria
I just made this pattern for my granddaughter's preschool graduation to match her graduation gown. It turned out amazing - very good pattern with clear instructions. As an advanced beginner, a couple of parts were challenging, but the picture by picture descriptions were great and I found out I could do it! I did modify the cap by flattening out the top seam a bit and left off the elastic in the back since it has to be pinned on anyway. Everyone who saw it loved it, including my 5-year-old granddaughter. Would highly recommend it!
have not yet had a chance to make this, but in reviewing the pattern page 48 (stole A ) is missing the pattern lines. can you forward this page to me? thanks - Linda Speed