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PATTERN: Class Act: Cropped Top Collection plus Simple Skort (PDF) photo review
Amruta
August 1, 2016
Reversible top and skirt
PATTERN: Half-Zip Pullover for 18-inch dolls photo review
Marge
August 3, 2016
Molly (my DD's original Pleasant Company doll) is all warm & toasty in her half-zip pullover and with her matching hat, she's ready for a cold winter's day.
PATTERN: Too Cute to be Ugly Sweaters (PDF) photo review
Marge
August 3, 2016
I think my Gingerbread Girl May (Pottery Barn Kids' Gotz doll) is "too cute to be ugly" in her sweater. Had too much fun making this and think it was Kristin's first photo contest and May & I won -- YAY!!!
PATTERN: Ruffle & Tumble Romper photo review
Shirley
August 5, 2016
The Wellies are LOVING their new rompers!
SEWING PATTERN: Slip-On Ankle Boots (PDF) photo review
Bobbie
August 7, 2016
Tan faux leather boots with antique buckles
PATTERN: Footie Jammies for 14.5-inch dolls such as WellieWishers™ photo review
Shirley Fomby
August 20, 2016
Camille, Willa and Ashlyn are going to a sleepover! Don't they like warm and cozy?
PATTERN: Drop-Waisted Shortalls (PDF) photo review
Irene
August 24, 2016
Excellent pattern with good step-by-step descriptions; I had no problem at all. Very cute result. Interestingly, this outfit fits my older doll (a Molly with a Kirsten wig) very well, because it provides needed ease around the butt and doesn't have to fit her shoulders. So, this is a good choice if you have an older doll.
PATTERN: Ruffle & Tumble Romper photo review
Amruta
August 25, 2016
Summer like it. Very comfortable.
Matilda's Closet Caddy PVC Plans photo review
Irene
August 25, 2016
This is a cute pattern. The fabric portion was easy and it went together quickly. I measured all the pattern pieces and used a rotary cutter and a cutting mat. Preparing the PVC took a long time. I spray-painted the pieces black and there were a lot of pieces to spray but protect the inside and the ends from overspray. Then I got to the assembly pa...More
This is a cute pattern. The fabric portion was easy and it went together quickly. I measured all the pattern pieces and used a rotary cutter and a cutting mat. Preparing the PVC took a long time. I spray-painted the pieces black and there were a lot of pieces to spray but protect the inside and the ends from overspray. Then I got to the assembly part and it was IMPOSSIBLE for me to put the upper rectangle (the one with the 4-way pieces) on, with the fabric and all. I ended up cutting off the tabs, opening the lining seam and inserting velcro to attach to the PVC pieces. Cost was about $30 for the PVC alone, but I am happy with the result. Next time, I'll make a longer one (with more space for hangers). I'll also only spray-paint the bottom pieces before assembly and spray-paint the top portion when it is assembled. I like how the caddy looks and it will be great for displaying a bunch of doll clothes.
PATTERN: Ruffle & Tumble Romper photo review
Rachel
August 31, 2016
I made both of these yesterday. My only modifications are that I used one layer of fabric for the sleeves and I made these two piece - the tops are separate from the bottoms.
PATTERN: Inspired By Zooey Dress photo review
Ruth
September 2, 2016
All set for a day on the shore!
PATTERN: Happy Campers Dome Tent (PDF) photo review
Irene
September 5, 2016
Nice pattern! If you want your dolls to be protected from mosquitos, make sure you get the real mosquito netting - the stuff from the fabric store won't cut it. 🙂 This is not a quick item to make and it takes a lot of thread with all the finishing of seams, but the result is cute and very realistic looking. I used a teflon presser foot to sew ...More
Nice pattern! If you want your dolls to be protected from mosquitos, make sure you get the real mosquito netting - the stuff from the fabric store won't cut it. 🙂 This is not a quick item to make and it takes a lot of thread with all the finishing of seams, but the result is cute and very realistic looking.

I used a teflon presser foot to sew the tarp and it was very easy; so empowering! I'll probably make some specialized bags and other gear from tarp in the future!
PATTERN: Inspired By Zooey Dress photo review
Tammy
September 6, 2016
This pattern was so easy to put together. I love how it turned out and will be making more of these for my daughter.
PATTERN: Beach Babe On-The-Go (PDF) photo review
Liese
September 8, 2016
I needed a swimsuit in a hurry with a sporty look and this pattern worked out great! Simple to sew.
PATTERN: Drop-Waisted Shortalls (PDF) photo review
Rita
September 18, 2016
I used anchor buttons to go with the nautical theme
PATTERN: Inspired By Zooey Dress photo review
Rita
September 18, 2016
wonderful pattern; easy to understand and follow directions
PATTERN: Mock Button-Front Shirt (PDF) photo review
Rita
September 19, 2016
This pattern is very easy to understand and follow directions. It is much simpler than it appears!!!
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