I have a new pattern and I'm so happy with it! I've taken my 4 paper patterns and converted them into one pdf pattern for dolls. I wish I'd had this when my girls were little and played with their American Girl dolls. The clothes were so expensive and I've often wondered if my girls didn't play with their dolls as much as their friends because of the limited wardrobes they had. Anyway, you won't have that problem because these patterns take such small amounts of fabric (under 1/4 yard for each).
If you're one of the nice folks who have bought my patterns you are really going to love this because it's only 10.00 for the whole set and it prints out in black and white (except the cover page) so it's not wasting your colored ink. And you can use left over fabrics for these. I'm selling it my etsy shop right now and emailing them out right away.
These patterns fit both American Girl sized dolls (11.25" chest) as well as the Bitty Baby sized dolls (13" chest), and other dolls in that size range. Olivia's poor Josefina doll was abused by our cats but I was able to get her cleaned up and styled and she doesn't look so bad any more, does she?
Here are the skirts...both the Edith Twirl Skirt and the Evelyn Apron Skirt. They go together so quickly and were a lot of fun to make.
The Sunny Scallop Dress comes with 2 versions, the scallops and the ruffles.
Here's the reversible Shopgirl Apron which took only an 8" x 8" square of fabric for each side (plus the bias trim)!
Anyway, let me know what you think! And feel free to ask any questions! Back to work here. Have a great week!