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Sewing Patterns to create your own style.

Sized for 18-inch dolls like American Girl, Our Generation, My Life As

We love to get lost in the 1:3 scale world. There is something amazing about creating 18-inch doll clothes and items. These items can be made to suit your taste and are perfect to teach skills and history to the next generation.

All of our patterns are tested multiple times and created with easy-to-follow instructions because we want to inspire the next generation of sewing and doll play. 

Doll sewing patterns: Collections

Overalls for yardwork

This overall pattern features 2 working buttons in front and 3 decorative buttons in the back. 
These overalls can be made in any lightweight material. We recommend our replica fabric in lightweight canvas for that vintage look.
Supplies needed are 1/4 yard fabric, 5 buttons (1/4"), 2 inches of velcro, and thread to match the fabric.

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Cargo Pants with 4 working pockets

Endless options for these cargo pants. This pattern is easy to use and features 4 working pockets so your doll can carry all the accessories. 
Supplies needed 1/4 yard fabric, 2 inches of velcro, and thread to match the fabric. 
These can be made in lightweight jean material, broadcloth or upcycle an old pair of cargo pants.

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1930's Feed Sack Bloomers pattern

"Things that never were". These bloomers are a feature of a story and we are glad to bring them to life. 
Feed Sacks were used in the 1930s to create clothing items to save money and have new clothing during tough economic times.
These bloomers can be made with a drawstring closure or elastic.
Supplies needed 1/8" yard fabric, 11" of elastic or 25" of twill tape, and matching thread.

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1930's Pajamas

Sleep in style with these cute pajamas. Reminiscent of 1930s girls' sleep attire, these feature 3 decorative buttons and lots of ruffles for a classic night's rest.
Supplies needed 1/2 yard fabric, 3 buttons 1/4", and matching thread.

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Colonial Undergarments

Now you can make your own stays, pocket, and bum roll with our easy-to-follow patterns.

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Pioneer Baking Dress

Bake with your family some traditional Swedish dishes with this cute replica baking dress.

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Summer Riding Dress with Vest 1820's 

Summer Riding dress features gathered bodice and sleeves. Perfect for 1800's to 1840's summer activities.

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1940's Victory dress

This lovely design features piping and lace on its unique bodice. 
The perfect party dress.

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Recess Jacket

What prairie girl doesn't need a new coat?
With our easy-to-follow sewing pattern, you can create one in every color for your special doll.

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Free sewing patterns featured on our Blog

The best things in life are free. In this case, so are some great patterns.  Our Blog has some simple sewing patterns featured free too.

Doll sewing patterns: Collections

Cape Island hair tie

A doll can never have too many hair ties. Here is a free pattern to make a replica Cape Island hair tie for 18" dolls and link to the replica fabric in our spoonflower shop.

Indian Moccasins for 18" dolls

Sew a pair of doll moccasins with this free pattern.

1850's prairie school dress

We sew and review the free pattern from agplaythings.com and make adjustments to solve issues with fit and directions.

1930's Pajamas

Sleep in style with these cute pajamas. Reminiscent of 1930s girls' sleep attire, these feature 3 decorative buttons and lots of ruffles for a classic night's rest.
Supplies needed 1/2 yard fabric, 3 buttons 1/4", and matching thread.

Colonial Undergarments

Now you can make your own stays, pocket, and bum roll with our easy-to-follow patterns.

Kirsten Baking Dress

Bake with your family some traditional Swedish dishes with this cute replica baking dress.

Sleeveless Summer Dress

This awesome pattern has enclosed seams and only 3 pattern pieces making it the best quick-sew pattern available.

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