She'll be dressed for bed in a comfy side-fastened top and elastic-waist, full-length pants. The fashionably loose and flowing style makes construction easy. The hook-and-loop tape closure is treated with a wide facing. Double-turned hems and self-made bias tape add a professional finish. This e-pattern was originally published in Dressing Up 18" Dolly.
Make this "berry special" set for "berry special" occasions. It is so crisp and pretty it will make any baby outfit extra-special. Finished burp pad size is approximately 18" x 22", and bib is approximately 10" x 8 3/4".
Use this sturdy little bag as a craft supply holder, a party table decoration or favor (fill it with candy), or a tote bag for toys to get little tykes through those long waits at restaurants. This e-pattern was originally published in Sew Creative Gifts for Under $10.
Fleece is a wonderfully easy fabric to sew and it comes in a wide variety of colors. Enjoy mixing and matching hot colors for this playful cropped girl's jacket. Additional children's coat pattern required.
Fanciful butterflies fly free across the surface of this sweet crib quilt made from reproduction pastel feed-sack prints, first popular in the 1930s. Easy Four-Patch blocks alternate with the butterflies. Finished baby blanket size is 42" x 54".
Keep baby soft and warm with this cleverly designed car seat cover. Stack disposable diapers near at hand, but out of the way and under disguise, to keep baby's nursery cute and functional. Car Seat Cover Size: Newborn car seat size; Diaper Stacker Size: 10" x 19" x 7".
This so-soft stuffed fleece bunny with a music button inside will keep Baby entertained for hours. Substitute a noisemaker for the music button if desired. This e-pattern was originally published in the March 2008 issue of Sewing Savvy magazine.
The little lady will be the best-dressed at any party. The full gathered skirt sports a feathery marabou hem. Contrasting bias tape trims the neckline and full-length, gathered-cuff sleeves. Hook-and-loop tape fasteners secure the bodice back. A stitched ribbon belt circles the waist, while the front waistline bow is attached separately. This e-pattern was originally published in Dressing Up 18" Dolly.
Bright balloons and colorful kites sail across a clear sky in this cheerful wall quilt. Primary colors are the perfect accent for a baby's or toddler's room. Fast-fused applique makes this a quick project to sew in a weekend. Finished wall quilt size is 42" x 36 1/2".
This cute toddler's jumper made to fit the child, shown in a size 4T, certainly spells summer with its pretty basket of freshly embroidered posies. It's the perfect sundress to wear with its matching reversible hat for a summer play date. Note: The jumper sewing pattern and flower embroidery designs are not included in this download and must be purchased separately. The hat and basket patterns are included in this download.
This colorful, child's crayon bag utilizes machine embroidery and serger applications. Variegated thread color-blocks and highlights the primary color theme. Finished crayon-bag size is approximately 17" x 16" folded.
A basic bodysuit is quickly transformed into a delightfully sweet outfit complete with matching socks and hair band.This e-pattern was originally published in the January 2009 issue of Sewing Savvy magazine.
Use hand applique to impart a nostalgic touch to this slim, fun friend, or fuse accent pieces and add decorative stitches for a quick alternative. This e-pattern was originally published in the March 2009 issue of Sewing Savvy magazine.
There'll be no fussing at bedtime when your little one can dress her 18" doll in this fun pajama set featuring print bunnies from coordinating fat quarters. Contrasting collar and hem bands trim the snap-fastened top and elastic-waist pants. This e-pattern was originally published in Love to Dress Up: 18" Doll Clothes.
Size: Top: About 5" long from shoulder. Pants: About 8" long.
What fun to be turned into a jack-o'-lantern! Commercial pullover needed to complete pattern. This e-pattern was originally published in Sew It Easy With Flannel & Fleece. Finished Size: Make to fit any size.
Stitch a fun, warm-weather play outfit for the 18" doll. An easy-to-make elastic casing smocks the button-trimmed bodice, and is also used in the waistband of the stripe-detailed shorts. This e-pattern was originally published in Love to Dress Up: 18" Doll Clothes.
A small border print would be an excellent choice when coordinating this basic sundress with its stylish bolero topper on the 18" doll. Complementary bias-tape trim on the snap-fastened jacket is also used as shoulder straps to tie it all together. This e-pattern was originally published in Love to Dress Up: 18" Doll Clothes.
Size: Jacket: About 3" long from shoulder. Sundress: About 7 1/2" long from top of bodice.
Buy a little dress and white socks and the other two pieces of this set can be recycled from your own stash or thrift-shop treasures. Dress and Sock Size: Any size; Barrette Size: 4 1/2" x 2 1/4"; Purse Size: Approximately 7 1/2" x 9".
Create a personalized soft-book remembrance for Baby using fabric printing and embroidery embellishing techniques. This e-pattern was originally published in the March 2009 issue of Sewing Savvy magazine.
You will grab this versatile cover-up every time you venture outside. Jumbo rickrack and lace gives each look just the right amount of detail. This e-pattern was originally published in Sweatshirts With a Twist.
Dolly will be warm and cozy in a wool-blend felt coat. Tailored details include a tuck-stitched back, topstitched hem and edgings, contrasting cuffs, two deep front pockets and hook-and-loop tape closure with decorative buttons. Optional serged hem. This e-pattern was originally published in Dressing Up 18" Dolly.
Size: Fits 18" fashion doll.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Designed by Lorine Mason
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