18 Inch Doll Scrub Pants Pattern

18 Inch Doll Scrub Pants Pattern
Here is the pattern for the scrub pants. These are very easy pants to make, there is only one patten piece. Please note, the pattern needs to be made two inches longer at the bottom of the legs than is shown, this is because the pattern is longer than the length of the copy paper. Just extend the legs straight from the bottom two more inches.

This pattern is my original design and may not be used commercially.

To see a photo of the finished scrub suit on my Madame Alexander 18 inch doll, Look Here.

To see the pattern pieces for the scrub top Look Here.

.5 yard fabric - cotton, cotton/polyester blend, calico will all work, this is enough fabric to make both pieces of the suit.
matching thread
about 13 inches of elastic or 20 inches of yarn for a draw-string
large eye, blunt needle to thread the yarn throught the top of the pants if you choose the draw-string option.

The pattern pieces are shown on a half inch grid.

To make your .5 inch square grid graph paper

To copy the pattern by hand you can create a 1/2 inch grid by measuring every half inch and making a pencil dot all the way down and across, on all four sides of a piece of 8 1/2 by 11 inch paper. Then use your ruler or straight edge to connect the dots with your pencil. Then draw the pattern lines into each square of your grid, exactly as they are shown in my design.

Seam allowances of 1/8 inch are included.

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