11632 - 18" Doll Square Neck Dresses

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11632 - 18" Doll Square Neck Dresses Pattern

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Sewing: 11632 - 18' Doll Square Neck Dresses
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Sewing

Type:

Toy

Item:

Doll/Doll Clothing

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Finish Edges & Hems
  • Top Stitch
  • Hand sew small snaps/closures

Pattern Description:

UPDATED: Pattern is now tiled on 8.5x11 paper as of 9-12-13 @ 6:33pm.

Doll square neck, a-line tent dress with or without yoke and sleeve variations.

I think you will like this pattern because it will allow you to use those scraps of your fabric you've been saving! It's quick and easy! You can also test out combinations of fabric that you were reluctant to try with larger pieces.

I like to make doll clothes because it allows me to try out my (self taught) pattern making skills and get practice with my sewing tools without having to use a lot of time and precious fabric.

While this pattern is very easy to make, I do not provide a visual guide or step by step of how to accomplish tasks contained in this pattern. These are order of assembly instructions and have few or no pictures or illustrations. You should have some sewing experience and be familiar with sewing terms.

The paper version and other paper sizes are available at the following site...
http://www.biggurlcloz.com

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 18" tall doll with a soft torso with basic measurements approximately; 11.5" Chest, 11.5" Waist, 12" Hip.

Materials:

  • Scarp fabric or at least 3/8 yd of fabric
  • 3/8" wide Ribbon 24" long or more (optional)

You Will Also Need:

  • thread
  • at least two doll sized snaps or other closure
  • Tape to piece together pattern.
  • All pages print on US Letter (8.5"x11") sized paper

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I learned to sew in the 8th grade. As I got older I collected fabric but could never find the time or energy to sew. Between a full time job, single parent of two boys, one of which has Asperger's (Autism) and the rest of life we MUST attend to, I just learned to find pleasure in the idea of being able to make all these grand ideas floating in my head. I learned to knit & crochet (via the ...

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