Colorblock Dress for American Girl Dolls

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Pattern Overview: Does your American Girl Doll need a new dress? Designer Micah Caitlin has just released this great doll clothes pattern. The pattern will allow you to make a beautiful  dress for your 18 inch doll. 

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10 Responses to “Colorblock Dress for American Girl Dolls”

  1. Tiffany says:

    Wish neck line was higher. Alterations can be done.

  2. Lynn says:

    Would buy the ruched dresses by Micah as patterns.

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  4. Amie says:

    Hi Cinnamon, I sent you an email regarding this pattern. I have having problems, please respond to my email.

  5. Louann says:

    I’d love to see this made in colorblock with summer colors, solids and a print, using bright orange, lime and yellow. It would be a fun summer dress to attend her many events in.

  6. Samantha says:

    I just started taking a sewing class and the next project we get to go freestyle so I want to do this.

  7. Lauren says:

    this is so pretty, but i want to know what fabric to use for thisdress before buying it. Can anyone tell me what fabric is used on this?

  8. Etta says:

    The bottom part of the dress is chiffon, right? (2 layers)
    Would other fabrics work too? Like cotton? And would it work with just 1 layer?

  9. Jessica says:

    I am planning on getting this just don’t know what the skill level is……

  10. Anne says:

    I loved working with this pattern and have a second dress cut out and ready to sew. It’s loaded with sewing tips that will make nicer-looking outfits, like notching curves and trimming corners. Those are good habits for beginning dressmakers to acquire. I made it without the overskirt because I had three coordinating fabrics, and it’s an adorable little casual dress.

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