SSP-063: “Playtime” for AGAT. Crammed with quality photographic instructions that will enable even the novice to create this lovely ensemble. You won't be left with a written list of complicated instructions that leave you in despair. Tailor-made to fit 16” A Girl for all Time dolls. I pride myself on fit, and my girls look fabulous in this little ensemble. - Cute 2-level skirted dress. - Optional armhole ruffles - Petticoat. - Flopsy shabby chic bloomers. THIS THIS SALE IS NOT FOR A PRINTED PATTERN. It is a digital download in the form of PDF files. If you’re really struggling to print out your pattern, I offer my customers the option to purchase a hard copy of the pattern - and ONLY the pattern (not the whole tutorial) for just £2.00 plus postage. This offer is only for people who have purchased this tutorial. Due to high costs of printing ink, I regret I cannot offer a printed version of this whole package. Please be advised that there are not two different PDF's in the download, only one of each in different paper sizes. US Letter for America, and A4 for Europe. Contents: A) Full sewing pattern in A4 format (Look for A4 in document title) B) Full sewing pattern in US Letter format (Look for USL in document title) The files are quite large so may take a little time to download. I hand sew all my doll clothes, and while I can’t see a reason why you shouldn’t use a sewing machine to make the garments, please just bear this in mind when you start to sew. Some tiny details will HAVE to be done by hand. CHECK OUT MY BLOG FOR REGULAR UPDATES AND PICTURES OF MY DOLL PROJECTS: http://raccoonsrags.blogspot.co.uk/ (Cut and paste the link into your browser.) DUE TO HEALTH ISSUES, I DO NOT MAKE DOLL GARMENTS TO ORDER. You are welcome to use my patterns to make your own doll clothes to sell. HOWEVER - please respect my copyright, and give credit to Raccoon’s Rags on your sale page. For example it’s okay to write “Handmade by myself, using a Raccoon’s Rags pattern” or even “adapted from a Raccoon’s Rags pattern” But not “My own design”. I always credit other artisans/designers when I use their patterns or adapt them. They did all the hard work and deserve the recognition. Many thanks and happy sewing.