Is your doll an Elsa fan? Now you can transform her into her favorite frozen snow queen with this gorgeous dress pattern! This PDF pattern will help you create a beautiful long dress and bodice with an attached train. The long sleeves in this dress will end in elegant points over your doll's hands. The 5-gored skirt can be made with or without the side slit. The skirt of the dress is extra long in the back, forming a beautiful long train behind her. The dress opens in the back and the bodice opens on one side. Make the top with sheer mesh knit or use an optional woven version. You can make this dress as grand or as simple as you like!
This pattern is perfectly tailored for the newer 18" American Girls dolls, but bonus pattern pieces are included for the wider body dolls as well. The finished dress measure 10 7/8" at the waist. The pattern contains professionally presented Vector-drawn patterns and fully illustrated step-by-step photos & diagrams. There are 28 pages of instructions, glossary, photos, & Information, including hints for beginning sewists.
Recommended Fabrics: Dress Top- Stretch Mesh, Jersey, Sheer Fabrics; Dress Skirt-Satin, Crepe, Poly Dupioni, or similar; Bodice - Same as Skirt plus Taffeta, overlay of lace if desired; Train (Cape)- Chiffon, Organza, Mesh, Lace; Lining- Lightweight Silky Polyester Lining Fabrics
-Dress Top: ¼ yard Lightweight Stretch Mesh
-Dress Skirt: ¾ yard Satin, Crepe, polyester Dupioni, or similar
-Bodice: ¼ yard - same as skirt, plus Taffeta types
-Train: 1 yard Chiffon, Organza, Mesh & similar
-Lining: 1 yard for bodice, train, & skirt facings; Lightweight silky type is the only kind that should be used for this project. These are found in the lining section and also with special occasion fabrics.
-Interfacing Remnant: (Optional) lightweight fusible or knit interfacing (only needed if snap is used)
-Extra Decorative Trims: Trims, Sequins, or Fabric Paint for embellishment, if desired
-Desired Closures: (hook and loop tape , snaps, buttons, etc)
-Notions: Additional embroidery thread or appliqués if desired
-Pinking Shears for fabric that frays
Skill Level: Advanced
What You Get: One 48 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 just fell in love with this pattern. I was so happy with the results that I bought my daughter a new doll for her 40th birthday dressed in this gown. I made a pair of Mon Petite Cherie Couture Diamond Sandals to go with it. Perfect touch. Thank you for such a great pattern with easy to follow instructions.
The Winter Snow Queen Gown came out beautiful as well as a few other princess patterns that I made. Your patterns and instructions were so easy to follow. I will definitely be returning to your site for more doll patterns!
This is an amazingly well done pattern. The step by step instructions help make this feel very do-able. I made two of the dresses at the same time, one for Gramma's house and one to send to the distant granddaughters. The finished gown is as beautiful as the photo on the pattern. I found suitable fabrics at Joann's. My older granddaughter was really impressed with the accurate details of the cape/train of the gown. Very fun and very rewarding project!
This was an incredible pattern with a lot of detail. The pictures were phenomenal! I added a few twists of my own and if you would like to see my rendition of this gown, take time to visit the shop AdollablebyRita on Etsy.com.