Sixth Grade Skirt Sewing Pattern for 14.5 inch dolls
Sew your own doll clothes!! Get your WellieWishers ™ by American Girl ® 14 inch dolls ready for summer and for school in a new wardrobe of mix and match skirts!
The Sixth Grade Skirt is an a-line silhouette skirt with lots of design options. With velcro closure in back, it’s easy on and off for little hands. This pattern is also a perfect starter pattern for girls that want to learn to sew for their dolls, or for more experienced seamstresses to make a basic doll wardrobe. Pair your skirt with a POPSICLE TOP in summer or a SCHOOL BELL BLOUSE in winter to complete the look. Both PDF patterns are available right here in my shop.
Skill level: Very Easy
This classic but simple skirt is very easily made from a quarter yard of fabric (quilter’s fat quarters work great!) in a woven cotton or light denim. Choose your fabrics and trims to create a unique look. The design options are unlimited!
Please Note: This listing is for one electronic sewing pattern, not for the finished product. The dolls, their accessories and clothes are not included. Your instant download file will include full color photos, full sized pattern pieces and directions. Just print and sew!
This pattern was designed and tested on 14 1/2 inch Wellie Wishers ™ dolls made by American Girl®. Other brands of dolls may have slightly different measurements. You are always encouraged to measure and test as you go. Oh Sew Kat! is not affiliated with American Girl® or Mattel®. No endorsement is implied. This pattern will fit Hearts for Hearts and Les Cheries dolls.
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Specification: Sixth Grade Skirt Sewing Pattern for 14.5 inch dolls
Do you sew? Do you want to? Does your daughter ask you to make new clothes for her dolls? Or would she like to learn herself?
This is where I was with my daughter. She wanted me to make so many things I couldn’t keep the list up! I decided it was time for her to do it herself. (9-11 years old). I created some simple patterns, based on simple designs that would teach her, step by step, how to make them herself. (But do not underestimate the power of a simple design! A new fabric, a shirt underneath, a few buttons on front, a ruffle added…you can create a whole wardrobe and lots of unique looks with just a few basic pattern pieces.) With a few scraps of fabric, and a pattern printed on your home computer, you and your “girl” will be making her dolls into fashionistas!
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