Whether they want to be the mysterious masked prince or princess of the ball, a cute fox, cuddly dino or a magical unicorn for Halloween this pattern has it all. Guiding you through, step by step, this pattern contains three mask sizes and two bag sizes and offers tips to finish them that encourage your creative juices to soar while enjoying these projects. Both boys and girls will enjoy these Halloween accessories and will be the hit of their own costume ball.
These masks and treat bags were designed to fit 14-18" dolls such as Hearts for Hearts Girls®, Welliewishers™, and American Girl®.
Recommended Fabrics: Cottons, Felt
12 x 12 inches of medium weight cotton
8 x 10 inches of stiff fusible interfacing
Paper Backed Fusible Webbing
Paper Backed Fusible Tape – optional
10 inches of ribbon or trim for handles
Felt pieces for mask bases about 5” x 2½”
Stiff medium interfacing about 5” x 2½”
Fusible webbing about 5” x 2 ½”
Felt scraps for ears,horns, eye patches, etc.
Embellishments – sparkly do-dads, fun flowers and leaves, pearl strands,etc.
Googly eyes (about ¼ inch) or buttons or over embellishments can be used
Skill Level: Beginner
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The masks stitched out without any trouble. They look great. They fit the18 inch dolls and the 16 inch dolls very nicely. I am very glad I bought the pattern.
Love the versatility of both. have made several. Only difficulty in making the treat bags was the direction: 4. With right sides together match sides seams. I would sew them length-wise (side seams) instead of the folding the bag in half, stiching a short side. Didn't feel the picture was helpful for a "Beginner."
I made unicorn masks for both 18 inch and 14.5 inch dolls.I paired them with sparkly dresses.The masks are so adorable!
Really fun and versatile pattern, so many ways to create different looks ! I had a full bag of quality felt scraps, and it is fun to imagine different ways to use them with creativity. I didn't used interfacing but glued the major pieces o the mask, and it works very well (white craft glue). Already have made a fox, unicorn, Llama and ladybug. Here is some pictures of the fox and unicorn.
Really great pattern for finishing off those Halloween costumes for your AG dolls. I have six of them and has been issued a challenge from a friend to make sure that I have all of them in costume. Love the help with the masks.