This week we are celebrating the 50th pattern published by Liese Brouwer of Doll Tag Clothing. Her new Slumberland pattern is designed to fit the Disney Animator doll. On Friday (January 16th, 2015) we'll have a pattern available from her collection for free Vote now and help us decide which pattern should be free.
More About Liese & Doll Tag Clothing: We'll let Liese share her story with us in her own words...
I am a mother of 3 living in South Africa, 2 boys and a girl. I come from a sewing family and started at a very young age. I remember sitting with my mom and cutting out her patterns for her while she sewed the most beautiful wedding dresses. My favourite baby doll clothes I own were made by my gran... she added the most beautiful detail with lace and bullion roses to every item she made. My mom and I still work together as digitizers for embroidery machines.
I fell in love with American Girl while travelling in the France and couldn't wait to start sewing for her. When my daughter was born the fun began! I published my first pattern 3 years ago at PixieFaire and the journey has been a blessing in so many ways! I love being able to create for the dolls and then share it with others to enjoy. With every pattern I have grown and learnt a little bit more.
I am also the proud owner of a small doll line called South African Girl Doll. I believe that every girl should have a doll of her own that she can love and dress as often as she pleases. This is a girl's dream world. Letting Girls be Girls.
More About Each Pattern:
The Dress Me Up Corset: The Dress Me Up Corset PDF Pattern from Doll Tag Clothing is perfect for the steampunk fan! There are two variations included with this pattern: a corset with straps and a corset belt - strapless. There is even a bonus goggles tutorial pattern included!
The Dress Me Up Neck Attire: Make sure your 18" doll's neck is properly accessorized with this fun PDF pattern from Doll Tag Clothing! This pattern includes instructions for sewing a necktie, bow tie and a scarf and is designed to be used with woven cotton or flannel fabrics.
The Summer Breeze Top: Does your 18" doll need a new summer top? With the Summer Breeze PDF Pattern you can create this cute contrasting top and get her all set for the sun! There are variations included to make the top with or without sleeves and for several different types of hem finishes.
The Summer Fun Skirt: You can make a variety of different skirts in different fabrics and prints with the Summer Skirt PDF Pattern from Doll Tag Clothing. This pattern fits 18" dolls and Karito Kids.
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Congrats Liese - you are an awesome partner and we love working with you! Here's to the next 50. Be sure to leave a comment for Liese congratulating her on this fun event!