A witch costume for an 18″ doll

Witch and wizard PDF sewing pattern for 18" dolls from Rebecca Page Designs. Stitched by Jennie

Witch and wizard PDF sewing pattern for 18" dolls from Rebecca Page Designs. Stitched by Jennie

Almost all of my daughters Halloween costumes have been mama made. Even when I was just beginning to sew, I loved making their costumes. While I am still working on this years costumes for my girls, I did take a little time to work on a witch costume for my youngest daughters American Girl Doll. Doll clothes are quick and don’t take a lot of fabric, so I think they are a great project for teaching how to sew.

Witch and wizard PDF sewing pattern for 18" dolls from Rebecca Page Designs. Stitched by Jennie

I used the new Spook-tastic Cape & Hat pattern from Rebecca Page designs. The pattern is available in sizes from newborn to adult! There are many sizes for the hat, from 13 to 24 inches and 4 different heights. For the doll pattern I used the smallest size for both the hat and cape. The only modification I needed to make to fit an 18″ doll was to trim 1/2″ around the edge of the cape.

Witch and wizard PDF sewing pattern for 18" dolls from Rebecca Page Designs. Stitched by Jennie

Witch and wizard PDF sewing pattern for 18" dolls from Rebecca Page Designs. Stitched by Jennie

To complete the witch costume, my daughter and I made an Emma dress in tea length. We used a fun purple fabric that I had saved from some previous Halloween sewing.

Witch and wizard PDF sewing pattern for 18" dolls from Rebecca Page Designs. Stitched by Jennie

Witch and wizard PDF sewing pattern for 18" dolls from Rebecca Page Designs. Stitched by Jennie

Pattern: The Spook-tastic Hat and Cape pattern and the Emma Top Tunic and Dress pattern, both from Rebecca Page Designs.

Modifications: I used the 0-12 months size for the Witch cape. The only modification needed for the 18″ doll was to trim 1/2″ around the edge of the cape.

Recommendations: Doll clothes are perfect for using up scraps of fabric. All of the fabric used in this costume was leftover from previous Halloween sewing.

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