Whether you are a collector or helping a little one build a collection of adorable doll things, this Over-the-Door Doll organizer will help you end your storage problem for good! With the options found in this PDF pattern you will be able to design the perfect storage solution, customized to suit your collection.
You’ve made an investment in quality Dolls, clothing, and accessories. It makes sense to invest a little time to create a beautiful place for everything, and it’s a good practice to keep everything in its place.
Somehow a clean organized space inspires creativity in all of us. And being able to see what pieces you have, without having to dig through stuff to find a match, will give you more time for fun.
Recommended Fabrics: Duck Cloth, Woven Fabric, Medium Grade Clear Vinyl
Supplies Needed:-Duck Canvas or Duck Cloth
-Medium Grade Clear Vinyl
-Bias Tape-Both Extra Wide Double Fold (1/2”) and Single Fold (1/2”) Make your own or buy prepackaged.
-Hook and Loop Tape
-24” length of 1/2” PVC Pipe or 1/2”-5/8” Wooden Dowel Rod
-2 Over-the-Door Hangers (with hooks to hold the PVC or Wooden Dowel)
Helpful Notions: Scotch Tape, Erasable Marker/Pen for fabric, Dry Erase Marker for Vinyl, Measuring Tape, 36” Ruler or Yardstick, Clothes Pins or Fabric Clips
Skill Level: Intermediate
What You Get: One 55 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!
I never have any difficulty with the PDF files for the patterns, and this pattern is no different, despite its apparent size. I chose the layout I liked, and printed out the only the pattern pieces for that layout. I found the photographic descriptions to be most helpful. I didn't change anything but I did use a few shortcuts.
Made two of these for granddaughters (actually for daughter-in-law’s sanity!) large collection of American Girl accessories. Loved the photos, descriptions and tips. They went together quickly and turned out beautifully.
I have always been happy with the patterns from Pixie Faire, however I must comment on this one. For the rectangular pieces measurements to cut the fabric would have saved a lot of time and paper, a small template to place the pleats on the shoe compartments and the doll holders would have been sufficient for the people that don't need a mile long piece of paper to cut from, it took a lot of time to trim the paper to match up the silly bird and numbers just so I could get the measurement. The idea of this organizer is very good and I appreciate the variety of ways this can be made.
The pattern looks complicated, but really is quite simple. Like how you can customize the various features. Directions are well written and verbal clear. The pictures are a huge help. I used 5/8" grosgrain ribbon instead of the bias tape for the binding and trim. Will definitely make another.
I love the variety of storage pouches in this organizer. However, I modified the pattern by putting elastic in the bias tape in all the `stuff`pouches and the doll pouches but not in the shoe pockets. The dolls remain straighter and when the pouches are full they do not sag open. Delightful project!!!