This set is from Our Generation and is called It Seams Perfect. It is available a Target and retails for $29.99. I looked for this set for months and months before I finally gave up and bought it from Amazon. It cost me twice the normal price but I wanted the set so bad that to me it was worth it. Wouldn’t you know that every single time I have been to Target since then the set has been available?!? Oh well, I am just glad I have it!
This set includes a dressmaker form, a sewing machine table, a chair, a non-functioning sewing machine, a sewing box, a ruler, a pair of scissors, two spools of thread, a buttonhole measure tool, a chalk pencil, a thimble, eight buttons, a measuring tape, a pin cushion, a doll dress pattern with envelope and a roll of fabric.
The dressmaker form is very cute. The size is off from American Girl but it is made for Our Generation so that is understandable. It is still a very cute prop and still works great for displaying an outfit.
The sewing table is cute, yet under scale. You will see that better in a minute when I show pictures of the chair. However, the table and chair are in scale with each other. It looks as if there are three drawers across the front but they are not functioning. The top flips out and there is a place to insert the sewing machine. The plastic is a little flimsy and because of the small-scale I will probably use it as a side table or an end table.
Here you can see the top flipped over and the sewing machine in place.
It’s very unfortunate that the scale is so off because this chair is adorable! I love the white chair and the red with white polka dot cushion. The giant ego tag is a bit annoying but whatever I will just cut it off.
Here you can see the chair between Z’s Desk Chair and Kit’s Chair. This picture clearly shows just how much smaller it is from what it should be.
The sewing machine is very realistic and I have views from both the front and the back.
The presser foot lever actually works! I have shown it both up and down in the pictures below.
The sewing box is adorable. Just look at that retro sewing machine on the lid! The lid actually removes and most of the little goodies will fit inside of it.
Below are the measuring tape, the ruler and what they call a buttonhole measure guide but is actually a hem gauge. The measuring tape is cute and in actual human inches. The doll ruler is ten doll inches long and looks like a little wooden ruler. The seam gauge is very realistic and the little silver piece actually slides back and forth.
These scissors are adorable! They actually open and close like real scissors! And that little gray blob in the background? It is a very blurry picture of the thimble included in this set. You obviously can’t tell in this picture but it is adorable and realistic as well.
Included in the set are two spools of thread. The one spool is actually a pink color in my set although it is hard to tell in the picture. The other is white.
Below is a very blurry picture of the chalk pencil. You can’t tell from the picture but it looks very much like a real chalk pencil. And I just love the pincushion. It is supposed to fit on the doll’s wrist but it is so tight that I won’t be doing that. I will try to cut the wrist pieces off. But I like how they made it look like there are teeny tiny straight pins in it.
The set is supposed to come with eight buttons but mine only included four buttons. There is a lime green, pink, black and white buttons in my set.
The pattern included is so cute! The scale is perfect and is actually a real pattern you could use to sew a dress for your doll! I love that added touch!
They even included enough fabric to make a doll dress! How cool is that?!? And it is cute fabric too!
Despite a few obvious flaws this set is amazing and well worth the money! I love it and I am so glad I can finally add it to my collection!