Hattie Doll Dress

digital pdf sewing pattern


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Hattie 18" Doll Pattern is an absolute classic!!  This beautiful shirt dress has just the right amount of ease to provide an easy yet tailored fit.  Hattie features a collar with stand and three sleeve finishing options; sleeveless, short cuffed sleeve and half cuffed sleeve, making it perfect for year round wear.

Hattie has two closure options including: partial button up front, that only button on the bodice.  Due to the ease in Hattie, a placket is not required. Alternately, Hattie can button all the up the bodice and skirt.  Both version feature optional inseam pockets and a wide hem.

The Instant Download PDF Includes:

  • Sizes: 18" Doll Sewing Pattern
  • Size Chart, Fabric Requirements, Fabric Recommendations, Notions, and Sewing Tips
  • Full tutorial and step-by-step instructions, including over 40 color photos to clarify each step for beginners
  • Printable, computer drawn pattern pieces with no scaling needed, just print on regular computer paper and cut pattern pieces

Click here to download the free Hattie Coloring Page.


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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 6 reviews
    Twyla A.

    A little hard to follow the first time I used it but it will be easier the next.

    I love it!!

    The pattern is simple and straightforward to make, I lengthened the skirt for a ‘50’s look, and now I can’t wait to make it in several more fabrics!

    Nikki Velazquez
    Cute dress

    I enjoyed making this dress. I used matching Kam snaps instead of buttons.

    Mrs S.
    Hattie Doll Dress

    Love this pretty dress. The instructions are very helpful and easy to follow.


    I want to say that I think this is a sweet dress. That said, I would revise some of the directions. I would have the two bodice pieces basted together at the armholes and then put in the sleeve (with the band put on without sewing the sleeve seam). Then sew the bodice sides and sleeve seams together all at once. Otherwise, the sleeve radius is too small to sew around . I did it but it was quite tricky! Also, the bodice and lining kept slipping around- thus my recommendation to baste them together.