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All Dolled Up: Sewing Clothes and Accessories for Girls and Their 18-Inch Dolls Paperback – July 21, 2010
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Nancy Zieman is an author, pattern designer, business woman, home economist, and national sewing authority and is the host of the popular show Sewing With Nancy, which appears exclusively on public television stations across the United States and Canada.
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For your information, here are the projects in the book:
1. T-Shirt Dress
2. Tiered Skirt
3. Corduroy Jumper
4. Flowered Party Dress (from the cover)
5. T-Shirts for Doll
6. Capri Pants & Summer Top
7. Embroidered Jeans & Braided Belt
8. Recycled Jeans Skirt & Reversible Vest
9. Fleece Vest
10. Monkey Pajamas
11. Classic Nightgown
12. Cupcake Apron
13. Sun Visor
14. Messenger Bag
15. Fleece Hat and Scarf Set
16. Doll Tote Bag for Girl
Update Sep 2012 - I finally got around to making the only doll garment in this book that I really like: the cover dress. There are no pattern pieces for the burgundy polkadot trim. In fact, you have to read really carefully to realize that the polkadot trim is not really a trim; it's an integral part of the dress. On both the bodice and the skirt, it is a band sewn in with seam allowances. What I'm saying is that if you plan to skip the trim or to replace it with piping or ric-rac or some other thing that doesn't ADD LENGTH, you will end up with a bodice and a skirt that are BOTH shortened, and a dress that is more like a tunic. Ask me how I know.... I haven't yet made the dress exactly as shown, with the two trim pieces at the proper length, but even when I do, I still plan to add a smidge to the bottom of the main bodice and the main skirt because it just seems that short. Notice in the picture how the young girl's hands cover the doll's knees so that you don't notice that the dress does NOT reach the knees.
Huge error in patterns: you can't cut them out from the paper because THEY PRINTED DIFFERENT PATTERNS ON BOTH SIDES OF THE PAPER.
Cutting one out ruins the other on other side, so you are forced to trace them.
Other than that work-stopage-and-gift-annihilating blunder...great book.
The clothes are adorable and my granddaughter loves them!