Vintage Swimsuit for American Girl Dolls

Product Information

Pattern Overview: A vintage swimsuit pattern for your American Girl Doll! With this fun and easy doll clothes pattern your 18 inch doll will have an endless supply of trend setting beach attire. Designer Donna Seabury has provided us with this fun new two piece bathing suit pattern for 18 inch American Girl dolls. This smartly designed doll clothes pattern has pieces to make a cute bandeau style halter top and a skort style bottom (shorts sewn under the skirt).

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Perfect for the 1940′s or the retro-styling of today!

What You Get For Just $3.99…

 

Pictures - Beautiful example pictures of the bathing suit.
Step-by-Step Instructions -These easy to follow instructions walk you through each step in completing your American Girl Doll’s new Swimsuit.

The Pattern - This is a fun and easy pattern, but sewing with knits or swim fabric might require a bit more patience.

 

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9 Responses to “Vintage Swimsuit for American Girl Dolls”

  1. [...] Download! Print! & Sew this adorable 1940s Vintage Swimsuit for your American Girl doll today!  This pattern is available for purchase at Liberty Jane Patterns! [...]

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  4. Lily says:

    I HATE THIS BECAUSE THEY DON’T MAKE THINGS FOR MY TWINN DOLLS! IN FACT, NO ONE DOES!!!!!

    • Cinnamon & Team LJC says:

      Hi Lilly, Sorry for your frustration. There is quite a bit of My Twinn items posted on Dollabee, you should check it out :) We may do some patterns for them in the future…

  5. Virginia says:

    I’m stuck! A question (p.10) about the “pin top facing to top”. Is the “Top” piece supposed to be “cut 2″ or am I suppose to cut another “Top” piece from interfacing? Thanks!

  6. Violet says:

    I was wondering if this pattern is still available anywhere? The link to Pixie Faire says the page is not available. I would love to purchase this pattern! Thank you!

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