The Liberty Jane® Outback Libby Kings Canyon Peplum Top features just the right amount of detail to make your 18 inch doll feel special! The delicate lace down center front and around the sleeves gives it that feminine touch while the high-low peplum adds just enough fashion flair. Design details include: a split front neck opening, perfect for lace embellishments or even some delicate embroidery! Raglan style sleeves make this top easy to sew and the neck binding detail gives it a professional finish. This top looks great paired with her moto vest or jacket and a classic pair of jeans or a button front mini skirt!
Suggested fabrics for this PDF sewing pattern include batiste, lightweight rayon, dotted swiss and other lightweight cottons. Lace trims work best when there is one scallop edge and one straight edge. Tiny cording can be purchased, made from pearlized cotton embroidery cord, or even braiding embroidery floss. If you like, try adding a tiny bead to the ends to give it that extra touch!
The Liberty Jane® doll clothes pattern is designed to fit 18 inch dolls such as American Girl®.
-1/4 yard of lightweight fabric
-1/4 yard of 1/2” wide lace trim for CF
-1/3 yard of 1/4” wide lace trim for sleeves
-1/4 yard or scraps of thin cording (or embroidery thread)
-10” of 1/4” wide hook and loop tape
Skill Level: Intermediate
What You Get: One 16 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!
Pattern was very easy to use and finished product was very nice
I made this for a Maplelea doll without any adjustments. I also changed it a bit as I was upcycling a child's dress. So the peplum was all one piece and embroidered across the bottom. I did find that the bodice was very plain without the lace down the front (I didn't have any to match), so I embroidered it to match the bottom.
The top was easy to make , instructions are written clearly , the neckline might have been easier to finish if I had sewn on a facing , it turned out quite nicely with just rolling it over Sharon
I loved this pattern - it fits perfectly, was easy to follow, and provides lots of avenues for creativity. I plan to use it many times.