Pool Party Collection: Oval Swimming Pool CPVC Pattern for 18-inch dolls

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Invite all of your 18-inch friends over because it’s time for a backyard pool party! Build a realistic doll-sized swimming pool from CPVC pipe, add your favorite accessories and get ready to make a splash! (Not suitable for actual water … just add imagination.)

This confident beginner-level PDF pattern download includes step-by-step photo instructions for building an oval pool frame from CPVC pipe, as well as pattern pieces and instructions for sewing a nylon liner attached to the frame with fabric tabs.

Non-fraying rip-stop nylon fabric is recommended for the pool liner, though a 4-by-6-foot tarp or sturdy nylon shower curtain may be substituted.

This pattern is part of the Pool Party Collection by AptOne8. Look for our other patterns from the collection, including a chaise lounge chair, a lifeguard chair and beach towels!


Need help finding PVC project supplies?  Check out our PVC Parts & Supplies page for links to our favorite sources!

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Kristin Rutten, creator and site administrator of iCreate for Dolls, is also the creator, owner and operator of Matilda Jo Originals.

Born and raised in Montana, she first learned to sew on her grandmother’s antique Singer sewing machine by cutting out and stitching a simple nine-square pillow. Other projects soon followed and she has been crafting and sewing ever since. In addition to sewing and pattern design, she also enjoys crocheting, scrapbooking and designing WordPress websites.

She makes her home in Central Montana with her husband and four children, ages 9 to 22.