Sew in Style-Make Your Own Doll Clothes: 22 Projects for 18

Sew in Style-Make Your Own Doll Clothes: 22 Projects for 18" Dolls * Build Your Sewing Skills

by Erin Hentzel

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Sew in Style-Make Your Own Doll Clothes: 22 Projects for 18" Dolls * Build Your Sewing Skills by Erin Hentzel

Get your amateur designer or stylist sewing with Sew in Style—Make Your Own Doll Clothes, a how-to manual for kids who want to create one-of-a-kind looks for their 18” dolls. Twenty-two trendy clothing and accessory projects—from yoga pants to skinny jeans to a messenger bag—encourage kids to mix and match to design their own unique outfits. Lessons on sewing basics, step-by-step photos, full-size patterns, and projects for all skills levels ensure that your budding designer will have no trouble creating the looks they always wanted for their favorite 18” companions.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781607057956
Publisher: C&T Publishing / FunStitch Studio
Publication date: 05/01/2014
Pages: 112
Sales rank: 559,661
Product dimensions: 7.30(w) x 8.80(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range: 8 - 12 Years

About the Author

Erin Hemtzel began sewing stuffed animals for friends and clothing for herself, and of course, for her dolls at age seven. Today, she teaches sewing locally and is the designer and blogger behind Avery Lane Designs. Erin lives in Oregon.

Table of Contents

Introduction
How to Use This Book
Chapter 1 The “Go-to” Chapter
Your Sewing Basket
A Little About Fabrics
Cutting Out the Paper Patterns
Pinning the Pattern Pieces to the Fabric and Cutting Out
Sewing by Hand
Sewing Machine Needles
Sewing by Machine
Sewing Seams
Sewing Seam Allowances and Finishing the Edges
Pressing Seam Allowances
Finger Pressing
Making a Double-Folded Hem
Sewing a Casing for an Elastic Waistband or Drawstring
Sewing and Trimming the Corners
Sewing and Clipping Curves
Back Closure: Using Hook and Loop Tape
Glossary
Chapter 2 On the Go
Simple Mini Skirt
Simple Top
Flounce Skirt
Messenger Bag
Chapter 3 Invited to a Party
Party Dress
Fashion Purse
Ribbon and Bead Bracelet
Chapter 4 Slumber Party
Camisole PJ Top
PJ Shorts
Sleep Mask
Sleeping Bag
Pillowcase
Chapter 5 Hanging Out with Friends
Cuffed Shorts
Spring Top
Long Sleeve Raglan T-shirt
Yoga Pants
Headband
Chapter 6 School Days
Tunic
Fitted Tee
Skinny Jeans or Pants
Pleated Skirt
Drawstring Backpack
Final Thoughts—Embellishments
Resources (This might be deleted)
About the Author

An Introduction

How to Use This Book

The Go To chapter (beginning on page XX) will tell you what

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Sew in Style-Make Your Own Doll Clothes: 22 Projects for 18" Dolls * Build Your Sewing Skills 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
book4children More than 1 year ago
My daughter is getting an American Girl doll for Christmas this year, so when Erin Hentzel contacted me to see if I would be interested in reviewing her book, I jumped at the chance. The book is beautiful! It has 22 projects for American Girl dolls (or other 18" dolls) including things like a messenger bag, pajamas, and dresses. The projects are simple and easy enough for a beginning sewer to tackle. The instructions are easy to follow and there are clearly labeled patterns in the back of the book. I'm so excited about this book! My daughter has started to show interest in sewing and crafts like this, so it's perfect for her. The projects are perfect for the target age group (8-12) and super cute, too. My daughter is going to have one well dressed doll! Source: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Content: Clean