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Round Luggage Suitcase 4 American Girl


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  • Hand Sewing

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Pattern Details

Travel in Style Retro glam luggage for your 18" doll! This PDF guide will walk your through with clear pictures and easy to follow instructions.This pattern contains 19 pages. This is for an advanced sewer. You have to know how to sew curves, sew piping, transfer pattern symbols to fabric and follow directions carefully. There is also hand sewing involved. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY use piping foot, use zipper foot, follow directions sew in curves, clip curves hand sewing SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Round luggage is 5 inches in diameter finished

Recommended with this pattern

  • *For Round Luggage 28X18" fabric (suggested fabrics: cotton, pleather, denim, canvas), Fat Quarter contrast fabric for lining, 1/8 yard light interfacing, 1 X 1" inch heavy interfacing,Leather or marine vinyl for straps cut into: 8 x 3/4" and 1 3/4 x 3/4", 15 1/2" zipper, D Ring (3/4 inch inside measurement,) 3 extra small rivets, 1/2 inch Parachute buckle, 32 inches of piping cord, 1/4 inch width, (2) 5 1/2 inch elastic 1/2 wide, 5 1/2 inch elastic. 1/4 wide, Plastic Canvas mesh 10.5x13.5 inch (Such as Darice, usually found in craft sections), 1/4 inch wide double sided adhesive tape (Wonder tape), Spray adhesive (such as 505 Spray and Fix) *Materials for the Luggage Tag scrap of leather or marine vinyl, scrap of clear vinyl, paper, 3/8" eyelet, 5" ball chain
  • *Special Sewing machine attachments: Zipper foot, piping foot *Tools: Rivet Setter and anvil, leather puncher, mallet, Box cutter, Eyelet setting tool

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Appletotes & co.
Appletotes & co.
My background is fashion design and I have been designing since 2007. Recently, I was introduced to the wonderful world of 18" dolls and bought my first American Girl Doll (At age 39!).I started my doll collection with American Girl Samantha, have more AG dolls since then, and now thinking about adding BJD on my growing doll collection. Aside from my busy life as a wife and a mom, you'll find me working in my studio and busy creating something new. Please check out my patterns for sale! Xoxo