Dolls coat pattern

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Doll's Coat and Hat Pattern #609

MATERIALS REQUIRED
American Thread Company "Dawn" Knitting Worsted.
2—2 oz. Skeins 1 Bone Crochet Hook #3.

COAT

BACK. Ch 33 and work 32 s c on chain.
2nd Row. 1 row of Star st. Repeat these 2 rows 5 times, or until length desired.
13th Row. Work s c across row in loops only.
14th Row. Slip back 1 s c for armhole working into back loops only. 1 s c in each s c dropping last s c.
15th Row. 1 s c in each s c picking up both loops.
16th Row. 1 s c in each s c working into back loops only.
17th & 19th Rows. Same as 15th row.
18th Row. Same as 16th row.
20th Row. 1 s c in each of first 4 s c. Slip st across next 6 s c. 1 s c in each of last 4 s c working into back loops only. Break yarn.
RIGHT FRONT. Ch 17, work 16 s c in chain, work first 13 rows same as back.
14th Row. Work s c across row dropping last s c for armhole working into back loop only.
15th Row. 1 s c in each s c picking up both loops.
16th Row. 1 s c in each s c working into back loop only.
17th & 19th Rows. Same as 15th row.
18th Row. Same as 16th row.
20th Row. Slip back 3 s c for neck. 1 s c in each of last 4 s c. Break yarn.
Work Left Front same for 13 rows.
14th Row. Decrease 1st at beginning of row for underarm, work same to 20th row then s c in first 4 s c and slip st across last 3 s c. Break yarn.
Sew shoulder and underarm seams, work 1 row of s c around neck. At both Fronts work a row of star st.
Around lower edge of coat work 1 row of s c.
SLEEVE. Around armhole work 26 s c.
2nd Row. Star st. Repeat these two rows 3 times.
9th Row. S c in loops only. Next two rows s c in s c.
Work other sleeve the same.

HAT

Ch 2, 8 s c in first chain.
2nd Row. 2 s c in each s c.
3rd & 4th Rows. 2 s c in every other s c.
Then work 1 row pattern, 1 row s c, 1 row pattern, 3 rows s c. Next row 2 s c in every 3rd s c, turn wrong side of hat towards you, work 2 rows of s c and finish with pattern row.
This set may also be made in "Dawn" Germantown Wool.


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The Warm Winter Coat for 18" Dolls - PDF Sewing Pattern

The Warm Winter Coat pattern is a classic style, double breasted, hooded coat, featuring easy to sew Kimono style sleeves. The Kimono sleeves are drafted in one with the bodice. So, no sleeves to set in!

Choose between two lengths. Directions are included for both a fully lined or unlined version. 

This PDF sewing pattern is designed to fit 18" dolls such as American Girl®.

Recommended Fabrics:   Suggested fabrics include: lightweight wool, corduroy, flannel, fleece, suiting, lightweight twill. The lining can be made from any poly or rayon lining fabric. 

Supplies Needed:
Short Coat:
-5/8 Yard 45” Coat Fabric (More if you need to match plaids or stripes)
-1/4 Yard 45” Lining Fabric (Hood, Cuffs, Trim) OR 5/8 Yard 45” Lining Fabric for full lining
-1/8 Yard Faux Fur Fabric
-Six 3/8” (9mm) Buttons
-Two Snaps size 3/0
-3/4 Yard of 5/8” Ribbon for Belt (Optional to
-Self Fabric Belt-Thicker fabrics like fleece can be difficult to sew into a belt)
-Long Coat
-3/4 Yard 45” Coat Fabric (More if you need to match plaids or stripes)
-1/4 Yard 45” Lining Fabric (Hood, Cuffs,Trim) OR 3/4 Yard 45” Lining Fabric for full lining
-1/8 Yard Faux Fur Fabric
-Six 3/8” (9mm) Buttons
-Two Snaps size 3/0
-3/4 Yard of 5/8” Ribbon for Belt (Optional to Self Fabric Belt-Thicker fabrics like fleece can be difficult to sew into a belt)

Skill Level:  Intermediate

What You Get: One 40 page sewing pattern that you digitally download as a PDF file so you can start your project immediately! The PDF sewing pattern provides full color step-by-step illustrated instructions and full size pattern pieces. A PDF reader is required to view and print the files (example: Adobe Reader or Preview for MAC). The download link is received immediately after the transaction is complete. Print copies are NOT available.

Download, Print, Sew!

 MyAngieGirl Brand and Designs are not affiliated with American Girl®

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Dolls’ Taylor Sewing Pattern

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Dolls Coat Knitting Pattern

This sweet coat for dolls is knitted in a single piece from the top-down. An ideal gift for the little dolls´ owners! The pattern is very detailed. It comes with easy to follow written instructions and photo tutorial. The photo tutorial contains many helpful step-by-step pictures to make the project as easy to follow as possible. All my patterns are written in Standard American Terms.

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I'm not just taking about my daughter either.  My sons enjoy playing with baby dolls just as much as my daughter.

In fact, my older likes me to make clothes for his stuffed Super Mario dolls.  

Great list of sewing patterns for the best free doll clothes patterns for dolls of all shapes and sizes.

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It can be tricky to find the right outfit for each of our baby dolls (or stuffed animals).  Simple doll clothes patterns are sometimes in short supply.

Especially FREE doll clothing patterns.  They can often turn out looking silly or not fit the doll at all.

That's why I love this list of doll clothing patterns.  Not only are they all free, but they are such fun and adorable looks, you can't go wrong.

Plus, it isn't one size fits all.  With dolls ranging from infant Cabbage Patch dolls to American Girl Dolls to Baby Alive and even Barbie, it can be hard to find what you want.

You'll love this simple list.  I've included photos and direct links to the patterns and tutorials.  

And remember, some of the patterns will ask you to sign up for a newsletter to receive.  That is simply a reminder that sewing bloggers and designers spend time, money and effort creating lots of free products for readers like you.  

Signing up for a free pattern shows that you are grateful for their hard work and service.  You get a free pattern and they have a chance to share with you more of their products, content and experience.  It is a win win for everyone.



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I hope this list helped inspire you to get sewing doll clothes patterns for all those baby dolls in your life.

Great list of sewing patterns for the best free doll clothes patterns for dolls of all shapes and sizes.    Great list of sewing patterns for the best free doll clothes patterns for dolls of all shapes and sizes.
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