This pattern is available for purchase through my Etsy shop. Access to the downloadable file is available immediately after payment is completed.The “Libby” dress pattern for Blythe is the first in what I hope will be an expanding and varied line of sewing patterns for Blythe and other dolls.
The “Libby” dress is a quality design with simple lines that has a lot of possibilities. You can let your creativity loose with different fabric selections, trims, hand and machine embroidery, etc, to create dresses with this pattern that are truly unique. It’s a high-waisted, sleeveless dress with a rounded neckline and gathered skirt. The bodice is fully lined and the instructions show both snap and Velcro closures.
“Libby” is beginner level dress. Along with the cover page and one page of pattern pieces, the pattern includes 5 pages of detailed instructions with photos. In addition to Blythe, this versatile pattern also fits Pullip, Bratz, and Lati Yellow Sp, and likely other similar-sized dolls. It does NOT fit Lati Yellow Renewal nor Momoko properly, though it would with some adjustment.
“Libby” dresses would make wonderful holiday gifts for all your Blythe-loving friends, as well as great swap items, and new additions to your store. Permission is granted to the buyer for commercial use with credit given to the author. More information is included in the instructions.
This pattern is in PDF format. You will be sent a download link once your payment is completed. Additionally, please download my FREE Sewing Guide which provides additional instruction for my patterns. See it here.
In addition to years of sewing experience, both personal and professional, I hold a degree in Fashion Design from the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising with training in pattern-making. I’ve also taught beginner- and intermediate-level sewing classes. Every effort has been made to create a pattern that fits beautifully and is easy to understand and sew. I hope you’ll give it a try.
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