Send your 18 inch doll back to school in style with the cute jumper and blouse outfit from Artistic Amy! This sewing PDF pattern is designed to use woven fabrics.
-1/2 yard fabric for jumper
-1/3 yard fabric for blouse
-scrap for sash
-2 buttons for jumper
-5 buttons for blouse
-3/8″ width grosgrain ribbon
-hook and loop tape
Skill Level: This is a fun and easy pattern!
What You Get: One 19 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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I made the jumper in denim fabric and it turned out awesome. The blouse is the perfect touch for it. Easy to make.
This was the first digital pattern I've purchased. My granddaughter goes to private school and I NEEDED the peter pan collar blouse to make her doll's uniform (I only made the blouse). Given that I haven't read a pattern in years, I was amazed that I could follow along quite well. Everyone was totally impressed with the results (and any 'little boo-boos" made were mine alone, LOL). Thanks!
I have only made the blouse of this pattern which was easy to make and looked really nice.
I have purchased quite a few patterns from this site and have been more than pleased with all of them. I find they are so easy to assemble and fit so nicely. I am always looking for new patterns and expanding on those I have. It's amazing what one can do with just one pattern. Decorative stitches on the regular sewing machines fit in very well as do some designs on the Embroidery machines. Thank you for making these available for me to buy.
I've sewn this half a dozen times. Not once have the pleating instructions worked for me to get a skirt piece that fits the bodice. I keep hoping that I will come up with the perfect measurements on one of my "adjusting" sessions, but they haven't so far. It's such a cute outfit that I find it worth fiddling with. I rarely bother with the belt and tabs as I find sewing and turning the tiny tabs rarely produces anything that will improve the look of the jumper. I lengthen the blouse approximately 1/2" before cutting to make it a more useful length for mixing and matching with other types of garments.