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Shirt Button Down Classic Devon Pattern Boy Doll

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Intermediate

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***This is a PDF Pattern, not a finished product - NO REFUNDS, please read the whole listing before purchasing.*** You can't go wrong with the classic look of the Button Down Devon Shirt. Dress your boy or girl doll in a timeless, casual fashion. Learn how to sew this step by step with clear instructions and accompanying picture. This pattern will fir American Girl dolls, Our Generation, Journey Girls and other 18" doll (will not fit slim dolls such as BFC Ink). Skill level: Intermediate You will need: 1/4 yd. light -medium weight cotton or flannel fabric (5) 1/4”-3/8” inch buttons a scrap of interfacing Terms and conditions: Appletotes & Co. patterns are for personal use only. Do not distribute or resell the pattern. You can, however, sell the finished product you have made. In doing so, you agree to acknowledge Appletotes & Co. as the pattern owner. All images and copy are copyrighted and cannot be used without permission. Because this is a digital file, there will be no refunds given for buyer's remorse or if your computer cannot download the pattern. Before purchasing, check the skill level on the pattern to make sure you can tackle the project. Also check that your computer has no problems downloading PDFs. Important: Be honest with yourself and only buy patterns that are at your skill level.

Recommended with this pattern

  • 1/4 yd. light -medium weight cotton or flannel fabric
  • (5) 1/4”-3/8” inch buttons a scrap of interfacing
  • A scrap of interfacing

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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