Now your 18" doll can have a comfy round chair with this fun PDF pattern from Doll Tag Clothing! This chair can be made with or without the back/arm rest for a more simple bean bag style. Your doll will be ready to chill and lounge around with friends with chairs made from this doll furniture pattern.
-Little less than a ½ yard fabric OR 2 colors of about ¼ yard each OR 7 pieces of different colors
-Optional: Extra length needle about 4" long (upholstery needle)
-Fabric remnants for scatter cushion
-5" Ribbon and buckle for scatter cushion
Skill Level: This is a fun and easy pattern!
What You Get: One 11 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!
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Turned out nice, but in order to avoid a hole in the middle, you need to make sure the seams touch each other to form a point at the center (no space between the seams), so when you sew the 2 halves together, you don't have a hole in the center. Takes quite awhile to sew all sections together. Think I will try making one using two 13.5 inch circles ( to save time and avoid sewing all those wedges of fabric). Would look great out of velour or soft fleece or any upholstery fabrics etc. My chair looks so cute now that it's done!
Little gal had just redone her room in black and pink, so I was able to find bandana print in those colors and made the patchwork style. It was a birthday hit and easy to make. Will do again !!!!
The pattern was ok. I thought I would buy it for $4 to save me the hassle of making my own pattern. The points did not fit correctly or line up. I had to adjust the pattern to make it all work out. Not crazy about how the arm piece attaches either. I did not expect the pattern to tell me to use glue. I interfaced the top pattern pieces so I could sew the arm piece on without tearing through the top of the chair. For all the time I spent fixing this pattern, I should have made my own.
Super easy and cute! I used this pattern to help teach my 9 year old how to see.
The pattern worked well, the first one had a whole in the center that I had to compensate for by extending the triangle for future chairs