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This is a copy of my vintage 1964 pattern #7430. It includes instructions and patterns to make Ken a cowboy hat, jacket, pants, chaps, and even a pair of cowboy boots! You'll also be able to make Barbie a little gingham dress, a two toned dress, a purse, jacket, hood, evening gown, coat, panties, a cowgirl hat, a pair of cowgirl boots, and even a headband. This pattern will fit Barbie and other 11-1/2" girls dolls as well as Ken and other 12" boy dolls. It contains 31 pages (8 ½” x 11” paper) and has full-size pattern pieces.
This is an instant download pattern, so you get your pattern right away with no shipping cost! You will receive the DOWNLOAD LINK immediately from Etsy after payment.
This pattern contains several pages, so you might want to download and save the file to your computer. Then when you're ready to start the project, you can print off the pattern pieces and follow the instructions along on your computer. That will save you both paper and ink.
I have some FREE patterns at my other website and I'd like to invite you to visit and print them off:
(The FREE patterns are listed near the bottom of the page.)
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If you wish to return a cloth doll you have purchased from me (not a pattern), please contact me and let me know the reason for the return. I cannot be responsible for postage for a return. The item you return must be undamaged when I receive it. I will refund your purchase price when the item reaches me in original condition. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.
All my vintage patterns are in public domain. You can sell finished products from them, but all of my PDF patterns are copyrighted and are for personal use only. So I ask that you don’t resell the patterns.