Jumper Dress and Top Hat Bundle 18" Doll Clothes Pattern

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The Angelina Jumper Dress and Hannah Top Hat from Bonjour Teaspoon are bundled together into one pdf file, buy the bundle and save! The dress features a lined bodice with a drop waist with an attached pleated skirt. Dress is designed to close in the back using hook and loop tape. Also included is the complete pattern for making a cute top hat for your 18 inch doll! So fun!

Supplies Needed: 
-1/3 yard knit fabric for dress
-Thread
- hook and loop tape
-Ten 1/4" gold or brass studs or shank buttons
-1/3 yard woven fabric for hat
-1/3 yard fusible interfacing for hat
-1/4 yard woven lining for hat

Skill Level: Intermediate

What You Get: One 29 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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03/17/2019
Laura O.
United States

Made only the Top Hat so far

Pattern for the top hat is good. The directions are fine, however I didn't really follow them as written. I have made a couple of other AG hats and they turned out well. This is what I do for a lined hat. Basically you put together two hats - the lining "hat" and the hat, place right sides together and sew around but leave a gap to turn right side out, turn right side out, push your lining to the inside of the hat, and sew close to the rim of your hat to close the gap that was left open. Much, much easier than trying to sew inside the hat to close the lining and gives a nicer appearance, I think. Also, as with many patterns, it is much better if the designers would use drawings instead of pictures to explain the steps in sewing the pattern.

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11/03/2015
Louise

JUMPER DRESS AND TOP HAT BUNDLE 18" DOLLS

Made the jumper (in wool) and the hat in heavy cotton plaid. Hat instructions were a bit confusing at first but the hat turned out beautifully. The jumper also looks great.

CK
09/19/2013
Carol K.

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I have purchased quite a few patterns from Pixie Faire recently. I love the designs. The instructions are easy to follow. The price is most reasonable and instant delivery - how can you beat that!

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07/29/2013
Gayle R.

Jumper Dress and Top Hat Bundle

I have only made the hat so far. I thought there should have been more information regarding interfacing. I used Decor Bond for most of the Top Hat pieces, and I wonder why the liner of the top hat didn't fit the hat? Or, were the dirtections not clear about the hat band, because from the pictures, the hat band was an *extension* and added to the height of the hat, and so the liner was shorter then the hat. Having said all of that, I can make good use of the pattern by changing parts (height, width of brim) to make different hats.