"Little Women: Meg" 18" American Girl Doll Clothes Dress Pattern – Luminaria Designs

"Little Women: Meg" 18" American Girl Doll Clothes Dress Pattern

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"Little Women: Meg" PDF sewing pattern to make a very special outfit to fit 18" dolls such as American Girl and similar sized dolls like Tonner My Imagination.

This pattern is part of my "Little Women" collection.

Make a lovely outfit based on the beloved classic "Little Women" by Louisa May Alcott!

The story takes place during the American Civil War, a period of majestic gowns with full skirts that convey elegance and grandeur.

In this collection, I tried to recreate the style that was prominent in those times with great elaboration and attention to detail.

Meg will be ready to attend her ball in this stunning gown!

The pattern includes thorough step by step instructions with photo illustrations.
With this pattern you can make:

- Dress
- Bonnet

The price includes the pattern only. No doll or clothes. This is a digital PDF download, it is not a printed copy. If you need a printed copy, please let me know and I will make it available for you.

I am happy to answer any questions you may have if you need help with making this outfit. Thank you.

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Little Women: Meg

This is a wonderful pattern, I've enjoyed making it for my granddaughter, hope she is pleased with it! I'm thinking about getting a doll for myself so that I can display the dress myself.

Iryna Katysheva
Meg dress

I made a dress for one of my dolls & I love it. I made a bottom a little bit different.
The instructions are very easy to follow & I m a confident beginner in sewing.
This was a second pattern of Luminaria design I used so far.

Helen Webb
Little Women - Meg

I have not been able to make this pattern yet. I am gathering fabrics, trims and ideas to make it! Your patterns are always so easy to use.

Linda Haynes
Patterns of Little Women

Looks like it will be fun to pick fabrics and sew up!

Bonnie Sullivan
Little women patterns.

Love the patterns. Not so much the fullness with lining. Creates to much fabric at the waist and arms. My father bought me the Little women book set in the 40’s in Richmond , Calif. He worked in the ship yards as a welder.