Pajama and Nightgown Sewing Pattern for Rescued Dolls- fits Bratz, Skipper, Moxie and other 9.5" dolls

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Original Pretty Gingham Sewing Pattern, Pajamas and Nightgown, by Geraldine Cooper

This original sewing pattern was created by me Geraldine Cooper of Pretty Gingham Patterns.

It is the fifth of a series of patterns I have put together. I hope it will be useful to those wishing to sew their own doll's clothes. Whether you are an experienced seamstress or just getting started, this pattern should be helpful and easy to follow. It is written especially with beginners in mind. The pattern includes instructions for sewing by hand or by machine. No prior experience is required to learn to sew doll clothes from my patterns and there are helps for even the most basic stitches included in the PDF file.

This pattern is for a 9.5" or 23cm high fashion doll as shown in the item description. These dolls were former Bratz dolls but have been rescued and repainted by me, Geraldine Cooper.


This PDF file includes:

Simple, easy to follow instructions (measurements are in inches.)
Handy tips for beginners and experienced seamstresses.
An pattern page of with variations to the pattern including: long pants and short pants, a nightgown, and 3 sleeve options, long, short and gathered.
Full color photographs of the my beautiful dolls wearing the pajamas.
*Please be aware that all measurements are given using inches.

*I do allow my pattern to be made and sold for commercial use, I simple ask for credit to be given to me , Geraldine Cooper and a link to my shop be included in your listings, thank you!

*You can watch free videos and get pattern hacks and more on my FB page https://www.facebook.com/PrettyGingham



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    (5)
    Pattern does fit the dolls and came out very cute. I made the jammies from a dresser scarf I got at a garage sale for .25.
    Jul 18, 2017 by Bonnie McLain
    Sep 11, 2015 by Jenni Damato
    Sep 6, 2015 by Ann Meitzen
    Jul 9, 2015 by sonjallewellyn
    Excellent step-by-step instructions with accompanying photos. Thanks!
    Jun 24, 2015 by Sally

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