Added on Aug 1, 2012 in General
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Sooo cute! I was looking for the perfect doll uniform and this is just darling. Seems a bit complex but I can probably figure it out.
I would love to see the jumper made in tiny corduroy. I can’t wait to make this one.
I would love to see this jumper made in a thin leather.
I’d love to see this jumper made with navy and white gingham, red accents. I might even put red piping down the front seams. I’d do the blouse in red as well with navy buttons.
Id love to see this made in a tiny plaid, like a school uniform might look.
“I’d love to see this made in courderoy”
I’d love to see this made in red corduroy with a white shirt with tiny embroidery details 🙂
I’d love to see this made in a catholic school uniform print with a white blouse.
I would love to see this in brown courdoury
I would love to see this made up in a pinwale corduroy print with contrast piping at the seams!
would love to see this made in local school colours
Would love to see this in leopard animal print with pink blouse.
Would someone consider making a video tutorial showing how to do the pleats on the skirt (steps 17-22) ? Thanks!
Am having a lot of trouble with the pleated skirt. My pleats are way too narrow.
I would suggest this jumper be lined – it is much like Faraway Downs dress in style and armholes are difficult.
any help would be appreciated.
Why do not those people that wnat to see it in other colours make it in whatever colour you wish. There is no rules against it.
The pleats are incorrect – should be measured and marked to be 1/2″ on each side of the folded line to form pleat. The instructions are 1/4″ and this does not work to match to the sewn top of jumper. Cute but expensive when I had to figure out what was wrong with the pattern. I don’t know about fit since I am making this jumper for a gift.
nice pattern, but not as well discribed as the other LJ patterns I purchased.
Like M&M I had troubles with the pleats, because the instruction (1/4″) is wrong.
Thanky M&M for the tip, marking 1/2″, I’ll try this!
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