Description: FABRICS: Designed for woven fabrics.
Dress has double bodice with shoulder straps, gathered skirt with bottom edge ruffle and back Velcro® closure. Bottom ruffle and bodice are made from two different contrast fabrics.
Pants and shorts have casing at waist with elastic or drawstring. Pants can be made with contrast ruffles at bottom edges of legs.
Hat has ruffle made from contrast fabric.
Robe has front band, patch pockets and tie belt.
Sun Hat has four panel crown and wide brim with topstitching detail.
Designed for stretch knit fabrics.
Tank top has armholes and neckline finished with narrow hems and center back Velcro® closure.
T-shirt has short sleeves and center back Velcro® closure.
Designed for two-way stretch fabric with 75% stretch, such as swimwear fabric.
Swimsuit has scoop back, elastic at neckline and leg openings, and armholes finished with hems.
Fabric on sun hat and shorts by Robert Kaufman. Sizes: Fits 18" (45 cm) Dolls
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can produce some shrinkage. We recommend you test a 4’’ x 4’’ square of your
new fabric if you are at all unsure how it will react to your chosen laundering
method. If you always test the same sized square, you will be able to check the
percentage of shrinkage.