PATTERN: Footie Jammies for 18-inch Dolls

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$10.95

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Sew your own Footie Jammies for your 18-inch doll!

 

Description

Kids of all sizes love snuggling up in a pair of cozy, footed pajamas … including the 18-inch variety!

Also known as a blanket sleeper, these PJs are stretchy and form-fitting. Suitable only for four-way stretch knits, they can be made of a variety of weights and textures, from thick and furry fleece to thinner, lightweight fabrics. You could even recycle your favorite t-shirts!

Options for the collar and cuff in this PDF pattern include using the same fabric as the body or a contrasting fabric. For a realistic touch, try using textured fabric for the soles. (You wouldn’t want your doll to slip!) Fairly simple in construction, these jammies go together quickly for most beginner-level seamstresses who aren’t afraid to tackle a zipper.

 

 

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– 1/2 yard 4-way stretch knit fabric, such as stretchy polar fleece, t-shirt knit, ribbing (NOT suitable for fabrics without a significant amount of stretch in both directions)
– scrap contrasting knit fabric for collar and cuff ribbing (optional)
– 6-inch nylon zipper
– Thread

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  1. Ann

    Bed Hair!

    Ann

    Super soft and snuggly new microfleece jammies.

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  2. Tammy

    Cute onesie

    Tammy

    Used the pattern to make a My Little Pony onesie pajama for my niece.

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  3. Rita

    Love my bear and pjs

    Rita

    Everyone loves snuggling up in a pair of cozy, footed pajamas and dolls are NO exception!
    Textured fabric added to sole bottom to prevent an emergency room visit!

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  4. One person found this helpful
    Eduarda

    Collection "bedtime"

    Eduarda

    Pink PJ

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  5. 4 out of 4 people found this helpful
    MER*made

    Birthday Tea Party PJ's

    MER*made

    My friend hosted a Birthday Tea Party for her 9-year-old neighbor/friend and dolls. I was invited and had just purchased Footie Jammies, so I had to make her & her friends’ dolls each jams. A sweet lady @ the fabric outlet helped me find the PERFECT Tea Party fabric & non-slip foot fabric too — YAY!!! I’ve now made about 10 of these & just got a request for another!

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      Kristin Rutten

      Kristin Rutten

      Love the non-slip feet!! So realistic looking… I’ll bet the tea party girls were thrilled! 🙂

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    • One person found this helpful
      Irene

      Irene

      These are adorable!

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  6. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful
    May

    Getting ready for bed

    May

    Kit , Molly and the doggies are getting ready for bed. I used fleece scraps and a long zipper that I just shortened. I loved that I can make this without buying anything new. I had lots of trouble with the front of the collar, I just didn’t understand what to do. I just tucked it under and it was just fine.

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      Kristin Rutten

      Kristin Rutten

      Fun photo! I’m glad you figured out the collar … it’s on my list to rework as some point in the future, but looks like you did a great job! 🙂

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