Lati Yellow Basic A-line Dress

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  • Description: A Basic A-line Dress Pattern for LaTi Yellow dolls.
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Tips: Use thin, tight-woven cotton for best results. Press before and after turning right-side out. Have fun with this basic pattern – decorate with trim, ribbon, buttons, etc to make it one-of-a-kind.

13 responses to “Lati Yellow Basic A-line Dress”

  1. Leah

    I’m going to try to sew this one this weekend!

  2. Pam

    Iam really looking forward to trying this pattern on the weekend! Will you be making anymore lati yellow sized patterns?

  3. Michele

    I just made this dress! Of course, mine isn’t quite as cute. I need a little more practice. Thanks for sharing the pattern.

  4. Irina

    Hi, could you tell me what doll is in the picture? She’s so pretty – it is a customized Blythe or something else?

  5. linda

    Hi Irina – she is a LaTi Yellow doll:

  6. olga

    My name is Olga I’m from Spain. I love Blythe and i have one now. It,s wonderful It’s lovely. Thanks for your information. See you.

  7. Jen

    Hi Linda,

    Thanks for pattern.

    I was wondering if you had any suggestions/recommendations for what fabric to use as lining? My dresss will be made from a 100% cotton quilting fabric.


  8. Jen

    D’oh. Sorry, Melissa.

    I shouldn’t talk to my sister on the phone and type at the same time. Her name is Linda. 🙂

  9. Lilly Kitten

    Yey! I don’t like my dolls to be nude when they get home, but I make my own patterns so it usually can’t be helped… but this is great! My PukiFee can have something to wear until I make her torso block pattern!

  10. Pauline Nissen

    Thank you for the A-line pattern. I have made a dress for my Leffy (dollk) with it.

  11. co

    Thank you so much for this! I made one really easily and I can say that it’s the first one of a loooooong serie!

  12. Michele

    Cute! I realized that Lati yellow pants fit my Susie Sad Eyes doll so I’m going to see if this will work on her, too. 🙂

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