You can create an adorable top and cropped pants for your doll with this fabulous pattern from Doll Tag Clothing! This printable PDF sewing pattern is designed to fit a slim body 14 inch Hearts for Hearts Girls doll and is easy to sew because of the clearly illustrated step by step instructions.
-¼ yard x 14” fabric for the top ¼ x ¼ yard fabric for the lining
-¼ yard fabric for pants
-3” hook and loop tape (5/8” width – cut in half to get about ¼” wide)
-5 ½” narrow Elastic for pants
-Optional: Buttons for decoration
Skill Level: Easy
What You Get: One 10 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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The directions were clear, the garment easy to construct, yet the outfit was too small for the Hearts for Hearts dolls. True, I did not have the doll at my side (the same Rahel doll modeling the outfit), yet I trusted the pattern, used my rotary cutter for a perfect cut, and sewed 1/4" seam allowances. Fortunately, this outfit does not require much fabric. It was pitched, the pattern expanded, and the end result is rather adorable.
It was an excellent experience, the directions were very clear and the outfit came together beautifully.
I made this for my H4H doll Tipi and I love it! The pattern was very easy to follow! I used a dark pink cotton knit with white hearts for the pant, but didn't quite have enough for the ruffle. Instead, I used a thin white cotton for the ruffle. I also used the same fabric to make the top and shoes, which turned out beautifully! The white cotton I used had a raised white pattern in it, that gave it a sort of eyelet look to it and the fabric had a shimmer to it. To complete the outfit, I made her a white headband from a ruffle-edged elastic and attached a pink flower to match the pants. It all went beautifully with her black hair. Thank you for this pattern, as I plan on making her several more.