BJD Dress Pattern - Free Spirit

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BJD Dress Pattern - Free Spirit Pattern


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BJD Dress Pattern - Free Spirit Flattering neckline
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BJD Dress Pattern - Free Spirit Free Spirit Dress pattern for BJD

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Doll/Doll Clothing

Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Easy to sew pattern

Pattern Description:

A beautiful dress design with your choice of skirts - long with ruffles or knee length. It features an empire waist, bodice crosses at front with a v-neckline.

Ideal for any occasion... Choice of fabric & colours will give it the "look" - from tie-dye for the "flower child" to solids for the sophisticated afternoon shopper. It makes a perfect little black dress!

This pattern is designed for stretch fabric. The dress is a step-in design (no closures needed) making it easy to put on.

Pattern is sized for a 1/3 scale BJD.

Modelled by an Iplehouse EID with the following measurements:

Bust 11.6" 29.5cm
Waist 8.3" 21 cm
Hip 12.6" 32 cm
Height 25.6" 65 cm

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 1/3 scale BJD


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About Designer

About Designer

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Textiles have been a life long passion. It began at a very young age with fabric scraps from my mother's sewing projects & the desire to create has only increased over time.

I have had the pleasure of working with clients for the past 3 decades. It has brought me invaluable experience in design, pattern drafting & construction techniques with a variety of textiles - from formal to active ...

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