Our dolls love summer and this Joy Blouse is perfect for hot-weather adventures!
The ultra-feminine design by Doll Joy has a notch neck with tie strings, gathered front and back yoke panels, and gathered raglan sleeves. The Joy Blouse has a snap or button fastener at the front Y-placket. This blouse will look simply beautiful layered over any trousers, skirts or shorts.
This PDF sewing pattern has been designed to fit 18" dolls such as American Girl® and includes two sizes: SMALL and LARGE.
SMALL SIZE with measuring of Waist: 10½'' and less than 10½".
LARGE SIZE with measuring of Waist: more than 10 ½", up to 11 ¼".
Recommended Fabrics: Lightweight woven fabric.
- 1/3 yard light weight woven fabric;
- 4'' x 5½'' piece of light-weight fusible interfacing;
- thread to match;
- 4 snap fasteners or buttons;
- a piece of cardstock (or equivalent weight paper).
Skill Level: Intermediate
What You Get: One 33 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 to purchase.Download, Print, Sew!
Pixie Faire and the designers featured are not affiliated with American Girl®.
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Cute little blouse but was small in the waist for my American girl doll. I put it with the jeans pattern and the thickness of the jeans made the blouse small in the waist. I will make again but add a little to the waist.
i loved this pattern but only wish it had the option of long sleeves. i tried to make them on my own but the fit just didnt hang well. overall great pattern, easy to follow instructions. would recommend it to everyone. hint to designer...long sleeves.
I love the pattern. It turned out really cute. As with most of her patterns it take me a minute to get used to her detailed format, but worth working through it for the outcome.
This top was adorable. It was a little more complicated, but not too hard. I was tempted to make it again, but have too many things to get done in Liberty Jane's patterns.
I wanted this pattern because of all the little inserts in the blouse. Knew it would be a sewing project that would take some time - but the end result was well worth it! So cute and very stylish....especially great for the older girls that like to play with their dolls!