Look inside Me & My 18 Doll
  • Publisher: C&T Publishing
  • Edition: BC Paperback
  • Publication: 09 October 2019
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9781617458118
  • Stock: 50+
  • Size: 216x280 mm
  • Illustrations: 0
  • Pages: 64
  • RRP: £20.99
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Me & My 18 Doll


by Erin Hentzel

Book Description

Make twenty twinning outfits, accessories, and quilts for girls and their eighteen-inch dolls! Each project comes in two versions: doll size and child’s size (kid sizes 512 years). Get the best possible fit by self-drafting some of the garment patternsa helpful skill to learn as your children grow. Kids love being able to match their dolls, and now you can customise over twenty darling dresses, bags, skirts, tops, headbands, and more.

About the Author

About Erin Hentzel

Erin Hentzel first fell in love with sewing as a child, when she began making stuffed animals and doll clothes. Today, she runs sewing pattern company Avery Lane and teaches sewing classes near her home in Oregon. For more information visit www.averylanesewing.com.


There are 20 full sized sewing patterns included in this book, that ensures your little girl and her doll are the best dressed twins in town.

What a wonderful project book.

Matching outfits, accessories and quilts with full instructions in written and visual format, give you the skills to delight your kids.

I love the idea that children will love playing dress up, and to be able to choose an outfit for you and your dolly is just amazing.

Handbags, skirts, headbands and so much more are showcased, I especially loved the Postage Stamp Patchwork Suitcase.. and will be making one for myself to keep my make up inside. The PJs are pretty and the Pinwheel Quilt is gorgeous.

Even a beginner can make these projects, and even if you do not have a little girl to make for, they are a good way of updating your sewing skills without using too much fabric.

Highly recommended

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Doll Days!

Doll Days!

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Doll Dress Boutique

Doll Dress Boutique

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