The Sugar Plum Nightgown has darling vintage styling your little ones will love! The Sugar Plum is full length with contrast button placket, optional trim at bodice, options for short or long sleeves with gather at wrist, and full hemline ruffle just made for twirling. Sew one up in a cozy flannel for the perfect Christmas nightgown or make it in cool and breezy cotton for the warmer months.
Double fun and make your daughter and doll matching outfits! This pattern fits 18" dolls such as American Girl (R)
PDF Sewing Pattern comes with a full tutorial and color photos in an easy to print PDF. Pattern pieces are computer generated and color coded for easy cutting.
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You may sell nightgowns made with this pattern. You may not resell, copy, or redistribute this pattern in any form.
Posted by Megan on 8th Aug 2015
I love this pattern was written well and easily customizable. I left out the sleeve elastic per my customers request and turned out great. I had a friends little girl model it for me and she didn't want to take them off so it must have been very comfortable.
Posted by Maree on 17th Jul 2015
Pattern was easy to follow. I was able to make it up really quickly, and it looks delightful on.
Would recommend to beginners through to advanced.
Posted by Karen on 26th Jun 2015
The pattern is simple and makes a lovely nightgown. My daughter is so happy with it!
Posted by Unknown on 23rd Apr 2015
Pattern and instructions was easy to follow and it fits my 5 year old daughter perfectly.
Posted by Unknown on 4th Dec 2014
It beat butters I pattern for fitting hands down
Posted by Natalie Ottley on 6th Aug 2014
I was excited for this pattern. Now my son & daughter can have matching Christmas Pj's without her looking just like brother. I really like the extra feminine ruffle & that dolly can join in the matching fun.
Posted by Brittany on 24th May 2014
Made this for Christmas out of a knit (didn't do the button placket on these ones) and it was the most darling nightgown I've seen. My girls are still trying to wear them in the summer!