11 to 12 and 1/4 Inch (28 to 31 cm) Male Doll and Action Figures Free Printable Sewing Patterns (Galleries’ Links)

The image shows male dolls in the 11.75 inch or 12 inch size range mingling in a brick room. All of the male dolls wear handmade doll clothes. The Mattel Ryan doll wears a tux as if he's headed to a wedding. Jake (from Spin Master Liv dolls) wears jeans and a forest green shirt, as if he works for the US Forest Service. He's seated next to Texas A & M Black Ken, who wears a green short-sleeve shirt with mustard yellow pants--colors that would be great for a Kwanzaa celebration. Behind him stands a GI Joe of the taller variety wearing a blue denim collared shirt with blue dungarees. He's talking to a 198's Ken doll (more muscular than modern Ken and Modern Ryan), and this 1980's ken wears handmade trousers with a button-up long-sleeve shirt. Behind him stands broad Ken in a turtleneck sweater and pajama pants. He's speaking to a male doll from the Ever After High collection called Hunter Huntsman. Hunter is wearing hand made boxer shorts and a raglan sleeve jersey tee shirt. The overlay gives the name of the website where you can download free printable sewing patterns for all of these 12 inch male dolls: ChellyWood.com

Are you here to find FREE doll clothes patterns to fit one of the dolls pictured above?

At the time of this blog post, most of these patterns have not yet been converted to PDF format, so you are advised to view this tutorial video to help you you with printing. But don’t get discouraged! I’m working to convert them, slowly but surely.

With this in mind…

Dolls and action figures are listed in alphabetical order. Please click on the doll or action figure you want patterns for:

And if you’re looking for something unusual, I also have cosplay and historical costumes for male dolls below:

The links above will take you to a gallery of all available FREE patterns and tutorial videos for the doll or action figure for whom you’re sewing.

Behind the scenes, I’m creating a series of classes in doll clothing design techniques, so you can design your own doll clothes for your dolls, using simple techniques, household tools, and your amazing imagination! Click on this link to learn more about my paid courses on the Creative Spark Online Learning platform.

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*Regular Ken (like Ryan) and Articulated Ken (like Texas A&M Ken) are slightly different in their body measurements, but I group them together because ALL of the doll clothes that I’ve designed for these two Ken doll types will fit both of them. To get their exact measurements, please read this blog post.

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