It's the weekend! Kick back in your PULLOVER HOODIE and PJ PANTS and relax!
This 30-page PDF sewing pattern for 18" dolls, by Flossie Potter, gives you detailed instructions and full-color step-by-step photos for making a comfy pullover hoodie with drawstring and front pocket. Also included is a BONUS pattern for easy-peasy PJ Pants.
Add optional embellishments to your hoodie for a unique flare, or create a doll-size sports team/school sweatshirt. However you design it, your doll will thank you for it.
Recommended Fabrics: sweatshirt fabric, fleece, stretch ribbing, cotton, flannel, linen
Skill Level: Intermediate
What You Get: One 30 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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Love it and have made several. I have embroidered on the front of them. Is there any way a 13" pattern can be made, I tried adjusting it for Galoob Baby Face and made one but it would be nice to have the actual pattern.
There are two kind of tricky spots for a self-taught sewist: the centering and positioning of the front pocket (I don't know how many times I sewed the wrong edges shut) and the placement of the hood string when closing the hood..through trial and error I figured it out. Once the bulb went on it was easy!
love it !! all the patterns so far have been easy to understand, easy to use and love the way they turn out.. ty
As usual, it was wonderful! I needed something loose enough to fit over a doll's head without modern closures for a traditional Inuit parka style outer garment. This pattern (with a few modifications) certainly made my day. And also' passed inspection' by a native sewer! Hurray!