Woodland Elf Costume for slim 16 inch dolls

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This digital doll clothes pattern will let you sew and adorable Woodland Elf costume designed to fit your A Girl for All Time® doll. It includes 5 clothing pieces!

Mysterious, beautiful and magical.  As guardians of the forest, the woodland elves protect the trees and live in harmony with animals and nature.

This PDF pattern will allow you to sew a beautiful five piece Woodland Elf costume for your A Girl for All Time® doll.  The pattern includes leggings, a shirt with two sleeve variations, a vest, a belt and a hooded capelet.  Choose greens and browns for a spring/summer look, warm oranges, browns and yellows for an autumn feel or white and grey for a winter feel.

This pattern coordinates with other KeLibu patterns:



  • 12 inches by 8 inches of light to mid-weight knit fabric*
  • 5 inches by 5 inches of knit mesh or contrasting knit fabric
  • 7½ inches of 3/8 inch wide elastic
  • Ballpoint needle
  • Matching thread
  • Bodkin or safety pin



  • ¼ yard of light to mid-weight knit fabric
  • 6 x 1/8 inch wide eyelets and washers* OR
  • 6 small jump rings
  • 5 inches of ½ inch wide hook tape
  • 5 inches of 3/8 inch wide loop tape
  • 12 inches of thin cord, ribbon or knit fabric
  • 3 inches by 2½ inches of lightweight interfacing suitable for knits (e.g. tricot)
  • Ballpoint needle
  • Matching thread
  • Awl
  • Eyelet setter (eyelets) or hand sewing needle (jump rings)
  • Tailor’s chalk or similar

*If you can’t find eyelet washers, you can use small jump rings instead.


  • 16 inches by 8 inches of felt if using felt sheets, you will need 2
  • 2 sew-in snaps
  • 1 x ¼ – 3/8 inch wide button
  • Matching thread
  • Contrasting thread
  • Universal needle
  • Optional – alcohol based marker (Sharpie, Copic etc.) to colour the veins
  • Tailor’s chalk


  • 6 inches by 4 inches of leather/vinyl
  • 6 x 1/8 eyelets with washers (can subsitute jump rings) OR
  • 6 small jump rings
  • 15 inches of thin cord or ribbon to lace the belt
  • 2 x picture frame D-ring hangers OR
  • 2 small D-rings or jump rings
  • 2 small brads
  • 1 ½ inches of ¼ – 3/8 inch wide ribbon
  • Leather/vinyl needle
  • Matching thread
  • Awl
  • Eyelet setter (eyelets) or hand sewing needle (jump rings)
  • Lighter or fray block for ribbon
  • Glue
  • Tailor’s chalk or similar
  • Optional – small ornaments or glass bottles to hang on the belt

Hooded Capelet

  • ¼ yard of mid-weight wool, wool like fabric or fleece that doesn’t fray
  • Closure of your choice. Jewellery closures such as toggle claps or lobster clasps work well.
  • Universal or sharp needle
  • Matching thread
  • Tailor’s chalk or similar

Skill Level: Intermediate


Start your project immediately with this digital PDF pattern.  It includes step-by-step instructions with full color pictures and full size pattern pieces. A PDF reader is required to view and print the file (e.g. Adobe Reader for Windows or Preview for Mac).

You will see a link to download your pattern as soon as your purchase is complete.  You will also receive an email receipt for your purchase that will include the link to download the pattern.

KeLibu is not affiliated with American Girl®, Mattel®, Our Generation®, Battat®, Maplelea®, Maplelea Girls®, Avonlea Traditions Inc.®, Journey Girls®, Toys R Us®, With Heart and Soul®, Kidz N Cats®, Maru and Friends®, Maru & Friends® LLC, A Girl for All Time®, Daughters of History Ltd. or any doll/toy company.

Specification: Woodland Elf Costume for slim 16 inch dolls

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Traci Akierman is the designer, creator and owner of KeLibu.  Pronounced Kee Lee Boo, the name is a mashup of her daughter’s and son’s initials and nicknames.

Traci’s passions for pattern making, sewing, costuming and dolls came together four years ago when her daughter got her first 18 inch doll and started asking for doll clothes.  Her focus is on Steampunk, Fantasy and Mori Girl styles.

She makes her home in Calgary, AB, Canada with her husband and two children, ages 7 and 11.