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All-Tucked-In is an elegant nightgown with lots of optional heirloom details. It includes short and long sleeve options and buttons in the back. The hem can include beautiful details like grow tucks or lace or it can be made more simply out of cozy flannels. It comes in sizes 1-12. A matching pattern for 15" and 18" dolls is also included. (Doll pattern velcroes in the back).
Sizes: 1-12 and 15" and 18" doll pattern
Sewing Level: Intermediate
This pattern contains
*finished garment measurements
*line drawings of front/back
*computer drafted illustrations
*professionally drafted pattern pieces
***IMMEDIATE DOWNLOAD*** With this listing, you will receive an electronic pdf pattern to make this nightgown in sizes 1-12 and matching doll pattern. There are instruction sheets with detailed diagrams and pattern sheets that can be printed over and over. You can use this pattern again and again.
I purchased this pattern because of the doll gown that comes with it. Although it is a beautiful pattern, I found several deletions in the instructions. Thankfully I am a seasoned seamstress and could make my way around all of that. But my suggestion is the author take a second look at the details in not only the printed pieces (notches on sleeves but not on bodice), but also the written instructions. The gowns came together lovely and I like the end result. I hope the Christmas gift I made is loved as well.
1.5-3.25 yards fabric (see listing photo for amount needed for specific sizes and suggested fabrics)
Four 1/2" Buttons
1 pkg. 1/2" Elastic
1/2 yd. Fabric for doll nightgown
1/8 yd. Lining fabric for doll nightgown
1 pkg. Velcro (doll)
Optional: 1/2" wide lace, 1/2' wide lace beading, 1" wide lace, 1/4" ribbon, embroidery floss
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