Here is my pattern for a hospital gown.
Click here to download pattern
This pattern is copyrighted by me, Read Creations.
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Instructions on how to make the gown (all seams are 1/4")Cut out all pattern pieces and tape together part A and B along the blue line, same for part C with D.
Cut 1 piece on fold of part A/B (the front) and 2 pieces of part C/D (the back). Then follow the sewing instructions below.
1. Sew shoulders together
2. Double hem both sleeves
3. Double hem back centers
4. Cut 20" of 1/4"double folded bias tape
5. Find center in front gown piece (A) and center of bias tape, mark each with a needle
6. Fit bias tape on neck opening matching the two needles (your bias tape should be centered on neck and about 5" should extend on either side for tying the gown)
7. Sew bias tape on
8. Sew both sides together
9. Double hem bottom
You are done !!!
Now the wrist band1. Print the doll's name and birth date in font size 6 or 7 (I used 6)
2. Add a barcode underneath, also size 6 or 7
(I use one that is called free 3 of 9, you can download it here (download free barcode font)
3. Cut it down to 4" x 1/2"
4. Put tape on both sides
5. Cut additional tape off
6. Take another little piece of tape to tape it around your dolls wrist (now it can be easily removed and reattached)
You are done !!!!
See also how to make a syringe and a stethoscope for American Girl Doll
Awww that is so cute!ReplyDelete
I am going to have to make it! :D
Good luck and have fun, I know I didReplyDelete
Thank You my daughter will LOVE this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!ReplyDelete
Thank u so much this is just what I needed to put in my ag doll hospitalReplyDelete
How do I get the pattern? It's asking me to sign in to google acct but I use Hotmail? LOVE it! Thanks!ReplyDelete
As far as I know you don't have to have a google account in order download the patterns. I was able to download it without beeing logged in when I just tried. Sorry, can't be of any more help.Delete
Need to make certificate from hospital any suggestionsReplyDelete
Unfortunately I don't. I have no idea, what you want it to look like. Sorry.Delete
(I realize this comes a little late)There is a site called FreePrintables.net that allows you to create certificates and so forth.Delete
thank you for this free pattern, my 3 yr. old granddaughter is going into surgery next week and I will be making this for her to give her a sense of comfort.ReplyDelete
Thank you for the pattern. My daughter is having her tonsils out soon and she wants her doll to come along to the hospital. I think she'll like that Molly has a hospital gown, too.ReplyDelete
Love the idea, and even the doll has her heinie out, just like real life.ReplyDelete
Did I miss the amount of fabric needed for this? I figured out the bias tape from the rest of the instructions. Thanks for the patterns, they're cuteReplyDelete
I am making some rag dolls to be used at a Children's Hospital. Can I use this pattern for charity purposes?ReplyDelete
Absolutely. Thank you for asking.Delete
This was my question! Thank you!!ReplyDelete
I have a little special needs friend who has, not only CP, but a host if other health issues and has frequent hospital stays so I thought she might like her AG doll to go along next time. It turned out great. I thought I could add a pic but I don't see where.ReplyDelete
you cant make the braceletReplyDelete
I might do this for myself next hospital stayReplyDelete
So cute! thanks for the pattern. will make this for a gift for children in hospital with a new doll.ReplyDelete
That is wonderful of you to do. I am glad I can help with my patterns.Delete
How do you get these free patterns? I don’t see a cart to add them to.ReplyDelete
you download the patternDelete
I had so much fun with your patterns...I used collegiate logo fabric for scrubs and made College of Nursing laminated lanyard name tags to go with it...so cute...Thank You! Granddaughter was thrilled!ReplyDelete
I used this pattern to make a modified Nightmare Before Christmas Sally dress. And it turned out pretty goodReplyDelete
Thank you. It's going to look with my project.ReplyDelete
I wanted to thank you so much for the pattern. You blessed a bunch of kids 😊ReplyDelete
I am so glad to hear. Thank you.Delete