Crochet Pattern – Chevron Dress for 18 inch American Girl Dolls

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Reversible Chevron Dress for American Girl Dolls Cowl Neck Collar 18" inch Striped I have been designing patterns for three years now.  In the beginning stages of learning to write and design patterns, I chose to make doll patterns.  This pattern was inspired by the popularity of chevrons. 

This dress features a chevron skirt and short sleeves. The dress pattern has several options.  It can be worn forwards for a cowl neckline, or backwards for a button-up style with a shirt collar.  Choose to make the dress with or without the cowl collar.

Both of the dresses shown were made with Red Heart Super Saver yarn.

Get the PDF Crochet Pattern here:

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/reversible-chevron-crochet-dress-with-optional-collar-for-american-girl-or-other-18-inch-doll

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Pattern includes instructions for dress only. Boot patterns are available in my Ravelry store.

 

Happy Yarning!  🙂

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