Finally! I’ve combined my 4 most popular patterns into one collection designed to fit any 18” doll (ie American Girl Doll) and baby dolls (ie Bitty Baby Doll) . Each garment uses less than 1/4” yard of fabric so it’s easy and affordable to match your girl’s outfit with the left-over fabric. It’s also a great way to use up your fabric scraps. Make quick and easy gifts for the little girls in your life!
This e-book includes my Edith Twirl Skirt, Evelyn Apron Skirt, Sunny Scallop Dress (2 versions), and Shopgirl Apron (reversible!).
Notions: Hook & Loop tape (aka Velcro) (for dress) An 11 inch length of 1/4” elastic (for skirts) Rotary cutter/scissors iron Seam ripper (just in case!)
This e-book prints out to 24 pages. All pages but the cover are black and white computer generated illustrations so it downloads quickly and used very little colored ink. The pattern pieces are included and only one piece requires taping together (instructions and sample illustration included).
Jona Giammalva shares her fabric and sewing adventures on her blog Stop Staring and Start Sewing! (www.jonag.typepad.com) and owns a little store called Fabritopia. An avid seamster for over 25 years she recently began producing sewing patterns of her original designs under the name Jona G Pattern Co. When not chasing her 5 kids or spray painting everything in sight, she can be found at her Arizona home dabbling in her newly acquired quilting hobby.