Harajuku Station Skirt Pattern for AG

Product Information

Pattern is available to purchase exclusively through PIXIE FAIRE. Click HERE to go directly to the website.

Pattern Overview: Harajuku is the street fashion of Japanese punk rock influenced youth. Their inspiration is anime, and album covers, and their mecca is the park next to Harajuku Station in Tokyo. And thanks to Gwen Stefanie, this sub-culture went pop culture as she shared it with the west on Tours, videos, and commercial clothes and fragrances. Designer Cinnamon Miles has translated this fun style into a cute 18 inch outfit, Harajuku Station, and now you can make this fun mini-skirt quickly and easily. There is even a step-by-step how-to video
 

Frequently Asked Questions…



Are the instructions simple even if I’m not a good seamstress? Yes!


Can I start immediately if I have a sewing machine and material? Yes!


Can I make this using a pair of my dad’s old jeans as the fabric? Yes, but ask first!


Will the finished product come out like the pictures if I follow the directions? Yes!


Will you give me a refund if I’m not happy with the pattern? Yes!


Will making this help me become a better seamstress if I’m just starting out? Yes!


I’ve seen Simplicity patterns and they seem really hard, is this easier than those? Yes!


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Pictures - Beautiful example pictures of the mini skirt.

Step-by-Step Instructions - These easy to follow instructions walk you through each step in completing your American Girl Doll’s new mini skirt

The Pattern - Easy to use, wonderfully designed, and not complicated.

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Is It Time To Teach Your Daughter To Sew?

 

Maybe this is the perfect project!
Let me just mention one last benefit of buying a Liberty Jane Pattern Guidebook for those of you who are moms – Your daughter is in love with her AG doll, right? And she’s in love with Liberty Jane Clothing, why not use that excitement to teach her a valuable skill – sewing. It’s a skill she’ll use her entire life. The bonding and special one-on-one teaching time with your daughter will be invaluable. This is the perfect project to make it a reality. She’ll be excited to learn, and thank you for showing her something new.
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A Note To Aspiring Doll Clothes Makers: You do not have permission to sell items made with this pattern. This pattern is intended for your personal use and enjoyment with your American Girl Doll, and not for commercial purposes. Using this pattern as the basis of commercial work, is a violation of our copyright. In other words, using this pattern to make clothes, which you then sell online, or in a retail, or wholesale setting, is wrong. Copyright 2010, All Rights Reserved.


If you are interested in using this pattern for commercial purposes, (for example  to sell items on Ebay or Etsy), and want to receive details about our production level pricing, email me at Cinnamon@libertyjaneclothing.com. We’d be thrilled to discuss it with you.

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A Note About File Sharing: Just like you buy a song from itunes for your personal use, you are buying 1 copy of this guidebook for your personal use. You do not have our permission to share it, resell it, or give it to someone else in any form. Selling this pdf file, or it’s contents, or giving it to someone else, is wrong and violates our copyright. Copyright 2010, all rights reserved.


If you want to purchase this pattern as a gift for someone else, you can certainly share it, or we can provide you with a special gift/coupon code so your recipient can download it to their computer directly. Email us at cinnamon@libertyjaneclothing.com for more details.

20 Responses to “Harajuku Station Skirt Pattern for AG”

  1. Karah says:

    This pattern as got to be one of my favs!! Its easy enuf to do when you aren’t an incredible sewer but the versatility of it is amazing! You can make 20 different outfits alone from this one pattern! LOVE it!!

  2. Felicia says:

    One of my favs! Looks great as a funky short Jean skirt, or a dressier version in a great print! ]

  3. mimi says:

    this looks cool

  4. […] For the little girls that love to match their American Girl Dolls, be sure to check out our AG sized Harajuku Skirt pattern. Buy The Pattern Now: […]

  5. Martha says:

    Where can you buy those converse look alike knee high boots? I want one of those for my dolls, do you sell those?

  6. Kara Stevens says:

    I just bought this pattern last weekend and it was really straightforward to make – the pattern guide was very helpful, looking forward to trying more of your patterns!

  7. […] For the little girls that love to match their American Girl Dolls, be sure to check out our AG sized Harajuku Skirt pattern. Buy The Pattern Now: […]

  8. Michelle says:

    Just wanted to know where to get the shirt pattern with the cute sleeves…I know the focus is on this skirt (lovely) but I really love that shirt pattern! Thanks!

  9. Candi says:

    Is the red jacket a Liberty Jane Pattern?

    • Cinnamon & Team LJC says:

      Yes, it is an LJC design. It just hasn’t been done as a pattern yet. :) It’s really just a longer version of the cropped jacket pattern with a thin collar added.

  10. E. Ziegler says:

    Cinnamon: What is the shirt pattern shown with the doll’s Harajuku skirt pattern?

    thanks!

  11. Scout says:

    Is it possible (and easy) to make this skirt longer (maybe knee length) and out of a t-shirt-like fabric? please respond soon, I really want to make a skirt!

  12. Scout says:

    Also, I’ve seen a lot of the dolls in the pic (not just this one, but other patterns too) have really cool necklaces. Where do you get/how do you make them?

  13. Scout says:

    also, would it be possible to make a similar skirt without the tulle?

  14. Scout says:

    okay, so could I make this out of cotton/t-shirt fabric? thanks!

  15. Janet Luera says:

    Love this pattern – I have made 4 of them. I made the urban vest in the same material and they go well together. I love the fishnet stockings but have not been able to find them anywhere. Any ideas?

  16. Maureen says:

    Great pattern, it was easy and my daughter loves it!

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