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MODKID Summer Fun - Sew 7 Stylish Projects for 18" Dolls Mix & Match Wardrobe - cover

MODKID Summer Fun - Sew 7 Stylish Projects for 18" Dolls Mix & Match Wardrobe

Patty Young

Publisher: Stash Books

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Summary

The bestselling author of Patternless Sewing Mod Style guides you through stitching cute and affordable warm weather designs for your dolls.    Patty Young, of ever-popular MODKID®, debuts her newest collection of vacation outfits and accessories for 18” dolls in MODKID® Summer Fun. Featuring fashionable details like ruching, gusseted pockets, and gathers, the full-size patterns come in a handy pattern pack format (and can be downloaded to your computer), including an easy-to-follow instruction booklet. From a swimsuit and cover-up to a sleeping bag and beach tote, these miniature designs are simple to make and stylish to boot!   “The perfect addition to your collection if you have a child or know anyone who has a child with a love of 18-inch dolls . . . Patty’s book is full of colored images, detailed instructions, and creative projects that fit the needs of every 18-inch doll across the globe. If you are familiar with Modkid patterns, these will not disappoint in the clarity and style you have come to expect. I love that many of the designs in this book have a kid-sized counterpart available off the rack or in PDF patterns.”—Pattern Revolution
Available since: 02/01/2014.
Print length: 32 pages.

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