Mini American Girl Pattern Line

Patterns can be mixed and matched for more of your own creations as well!
This group of patterns includes all of the following patterns. (no longer sold individually)

  • Long sleeves 2 rows lace on front dress pattern
  • Short sleeves with a loopy ribbon trimmed bodice and double skirt dress pattern
  • Short puff sleeves, skirt with ruffle dress pattern
  • 2 tiered skirt short sleeves dress pattern
  • Short sleeves with loopy ribbon on skirt, bodice and sleeves dress pattern
  • Petal sleeves with a square collar and knee-length skirt dress pattern

These patters fit the older and newer Mini American Girls.

$10.00




Tiny Betsy, Ginny, Cloe & Madeline Pattern Line

Tiny Betsy, Ginny, Stacy, Cloe & Madeline Pattern Line
This group of patterns includes all of the following patterns. (no longer sold individually) Pieces can be mixed and matched for more outfits! Fits all dolls listed.

  1. Simple 2 layer skirt dress.
  2. Adorable dress & pinafore combo with and without ruffles dress.
  3. Basic dress with pleated front skirt dress.
  4. Full skirt simple dress
  5. Cute dress with full circle skirt dress.
  6. Puff sleeve open front dual layer skirt dress.
  7. Sleeveless full-skirted dress

BONUS! Alaska State Fair First Place winner Sheep Costume!

$10.00




Miniature Baby Born Pattern Line

Patterns can be mixed and matched for more of your own creations as well! Fits the Miniature Baby Born Dolls.

This group of patterns includes all of the following patterns. (no longer sold individually)

  1. Fancy dress with round collar and lace above the ruffle of the skirt dress
  2. Dress & pinafore
  3. Summer ruffled dress
  4. Christening Gown with and without ruffles
  5. Puff Sleeve Dress with and without ruffles

$10.00




Tiny Betsy


betsy-abcTiny Betsy is now one of my favorite dolls to draft and dress. She is small enough to only take a fat quarter of fabric for a dress but large enough that she is still easy to sew for.

I first got my Betsys after hosting a Travelling Betsy doll. The darling little visitor traveled with my daughter and I to the State Fair and Betsy’s gift was a duplicate dress to my daughter’s first day of Pre-School dress. (I sent one with the travelling doll and later made a new one for Sera’s Betsy)

My daughter was devastated that Betsy had to go visit other people and so at birthday time I found and adopted the two Betsys we now have. Why two dolls? Well of course it was because I guessed that she and I would argue over the doll if there was only one…. over the years I’ve been right about that and neither one of us even remembers who had which doll to start and happily dress both dolls!

That year Betsy got several dresses for Christmas and that is the main reason she has so many patterns.

What a sweet little doll!

Sera was also very fond of her 18″ doll and she had a duplicate dress as well. The little dark haired Betsy was our visitor.