18 inch Girl PDF Pattern Pink and Brown Strip Quilt, Sheet, Pillows and Pompom Throw- 18 inch doll size bedding

This wonderful bedding set is so simple to make. Strips of coordinating fabric are sewn together to make this beautiful Strip Quilt. A Pompom throw for the end of the bed or just for snuggling in. IT is very simple to make with photos and illustrations. The key is to use pretty fabric that goes together.

Included in this pattern are directions for making a flat sheet with rick rack, a matching pillowcase, rectangle pillow shams, and a decorative accent pillow.

Any color scheme would work, holiday colors, or an all white color scheme too.

Bedding fits a bet sized for an 18" sized doll. The comforter is a little longer so it can be folded back with the sheet, so that the lace edge of the flat sheet shows. The pom pom throw at the end of the bed is less than 18" x 18".

The bedding can be made using scraps or 1 yard of solid fabric if desired.

The pattern is easy, and is quickly put together. I also share decorating tips and ideas for putting together a doll room, or doll vignette. This pattern is rated easy.

Contains:

*Pattern is in inches (imperial measurement) *Illustrated Sewing Pattern *Sized for a 18" doll sized doll bed. American Girl doll sized doll bedding *Suitable for beginners with a working knowledge of sewing.

Materials you need at home:

*1/4 yard of 2 different brown polka dot cotton fabrics *1/2 yard of brown cotton fabric (Sheet and pillowcase) *1/2 yard of 3 types of pink print cotton fabric *1/2 yard of white cotton fabric *2 yards of pom pom fringe in white or pink 2 yards of medium or dark pink rick rack trim *polyester fiberfill (pillows) No batting is used. *fabric scissors *sewing machine

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Debbie Booth

I am a professional pattern designer, seamstress and miniature maker. As a little girl my parents gave me little toys and sewing projects to keep me quiet in church! Those interests turned into skills, and in my later life turned into a wonderful thriving business! My goal in making patterns is to make them as simple as possible, while using the prettiest fabric. Putting the two together hopefully results in a wonderful finished product or item!

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