Promenade Pattern for American Girl Doll

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Promenade Pattern for American Girl Doll Pattern


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Doll/Doll Clothing

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • sew basic skills, gather

Pattern Description:

Promenade PDF Sewing Pattern 1850's Elegance for American Girl & other 18" Dolls

A lovely day dress for taking a stroll or elegant gown for dressy evening events... Promenade will help you dress your AGs with charm & beauty.

Decorative puffed sleeves, w/ or without overlay
Sewn Shawl pattern included
Separate sash for waist
2 Bodice styles
Includes Options for a full straight-cut skirt OR 3-tiered skirt
Lined bodice
Instructions for making lacy overlays on dress fabric
Many embellishment ideas! Use lace, piping, ribbons, etc...

Includes Design options
12 Pages of Patterns
9 Pages of Instruction, Photos, & Information, including Hints for Beginning Sewists

Professionally presented Vector-drawn Patterns
Fully illustrated with Photos & Diagrams
Print only the sections you want to sew, or entire pattern

Reuse to make w/ other colors or trims

A-OK to Sell items you create from the pattern When you Credit me w/ Design.~

Print Pattern Pages @ 100% no resizing or scaling
Instructions can be printed in booklet style to reduce printing, or read along on your laptop or tablet.

Note: This pattern is not freeware or share-ware. Other users outside household must purchase pattern. All rights reserved. As always, doll and accessories are not for sale, but shown for display purposes.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 18" doll size


  • 1/2-7/8 yard fabrics, trims as desired, standard sewing notions

About Designer

About Designer

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I have been surrounded by crafting all my life. Like so many, my mom & grandmother always had busy hands & loved to create. I have that same "bug" as do my kids :)

I began sewing when my daughter was born, inspired to make pretty, girly things. Other than that, I am always looking for a new technique, style, or object of fancy!

About Me:
I am a single mom to 2 adored older kids.
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