Little Tammy sewing pattern, finally ready.

Little Tammy is a doll clothing sewing pattern, for a breezy dress + jolly bonnet. By Fig and Me.

 

Yes indeed. This is the "Little Tammy" set, a sewing pattern that shows you how to sew a breezy dress and a jolly bonnet for your 17" to 20" doll. The pattern is 17 pages long, full of handy tips and step-by-step photos that walk you through the process. This outfit was created for a little doll friend and I decided to name it after her, my sweet Tammy.

 

Step-by-step instructions to create a doll clothing set for waldorf-style dolls, by Fig and Me.

Little Tammy is a doll clothing sewing pattern by Fig and Me. Suitable for waldorf-inspired or natural fiber art dolls in the 17" to 20" category. 

I finally finished it and was ever so lucky to have a trusty, eager and kind friend help me out almost immediately with testing it. Marie, you are worth your weight in gold! 

If you are aching to sew this little concoction for your sweet doll, head over to my Etsy shop where you can buy it and download it immediately. You can read all the required materials and the flat measurements of the outfit in the pattern listing page.

You can sew it in something light and airy, like I did here with chambray and cotton gingham, or you can try your hands at something luscious like baby-whale corduroy or a light wool. The dress has loads of ease to fit very freely, so your doll can almost wear it as a pinafore as well. Either way, if you happen to get it and make something with it, don't forget to share it with me! I would love to see your fabric choices and how it fits your dolls. 

Now, I am going to be publishing two knitting patterns next, and then is back to the sewing room for a few more patterns like this one. Except now the weather has turned and so expect cozier clothing to be gracing this place. Thank you all for your encouragement in the pattern making arena, I am still working on the doll pattern and promise the wait will be worth it. 

See you soon!. 

Posted on October 24, 2016 and filed under dollmaking, patterns.