American Girl Doll Halloween Skirt


 Witch skirt for Sydney’s American girl doll

I decided to sew a bunch of American girl doll clothes for my neices for Christmas this year, but couldn’t resist making a special Halloween outfit (pictured above).  I didn’t use a pattern, just got the AG doll measurements and winged it.  I’ll try to post the template I used later on – basically I cut six six-inch long and 2 inch wide strips out of an old black shirt and sewed them togheter.  Then I added five layers of orange and black tuille and sewed them all together with a  folded piece of orange satiny ribbon.  The trickiest part was adding the velcro to the back, but it seems to have come out alright.



This is the back view – velcro closure

Shirts are a little out of my sewing ability at the moment, so I’m bidding on a hot Hallowen knit sweater on Ebaysweater

and I ordered some cute converse sneaks to complete the outfit.



  1. Carrie · October 5, 2009

    That skirt is hotness!! Can you make me a human-sized one? I’d totally wear it.. lol 🙂

  2. Shira · October 7, 2009

    thanks! I would make you one, but I’m all out of orange tuille and my tuille provider (apparently there’s only one store in the whole county that sells the stuff) doesn’t have orange!! I actually used a recycled tuille ribbon for this dress!

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  4. Hannah · July 7, 2011

    That is really cool where did you get the doll converse from I have been loooking everywhere for them!:)

  5. Shira · September 25, 2011

    I think I ended up getting them here for $6.99. They have tons of cute AG doll shoes!

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