Renaissance Cape for Barbie DIY Clothing Sewing Tutorial

Video Tutorial Shows You How to Make a #MedievalCloak for #Barbies

Here’s the latest video tutorial I’ve made for my YouTube channel. The Medieval cloak or Renaissance-style cape is probably one of the easiest patterns I’ve created (next to the apron pattern or the nurse’s bonnet pattern) for Barbie dolls. It will fit Momoko dolls too. Just about anyone can make one of these, if you follow my tutorial. Remember, if you enjoy my patterns and … Continue reading Video Tutorial Shows You How to Make a #MedievalCloak for #Barbies

How to make swords and a medieval or renaissance cloak for Barbie dolls

Medieval #CloakPattern is Free to Download

I’ll be posting the pattern for this medieval/Renaissance cape in two parts: yesterday I posted the hood pattern, and today I’m posting the cape itself. Remember, if you’d like to show your appreciation for my creations, please like them on Facebook, tweet about them, pin them, and/or offer links to them from your own website. Thanks! It’s best to download this image, save it to your hard drive, … Continue reading Medieval #CloakPattern is Free to Download

Picture of Hands Ironing

#MedievalCloak Pattern is Free to Download

I’ll be posting the pattern for this medieval/Renaissance cape in two parts: first the hood, then the cape itself. Remember, if you’d like to show your appreciation for sharing my creations, please like it on Facebook, tweet about it, pin it, and/or offer links to it from your own website. Thanks! It’s best to download this image, save it to your hard drive, then load … Continue reading #MedievalCloak Pattern is Free to Download

How to make swords and a medieval or renaissance cloak for Barbie dolls

Medieval Cloak to Sew for Barbie, Momoko, or Ken Dolls

Hello everyone! This week I’ll be posting the medieval cloak I made for Barbie, Ken, Momoko, and similar-sized dolls. In the picture below, you can also see the swords I’ve made for Barbies. I have a YouTube tutorial on how to make the swords, the sheaths, and even a belt for Barbies, so be sure and check those out as well. But for now, here’s … Continue reading Medieval Cloak to Sew for Barbie, Momoko, or Ken Dolls

Ken Clothing Sewing tutorial with free printable pattern PDF

Here’s a tutorial for making Ken #dolls a fancy vest — free pattern was posted yesterday!

My YouTube channel offers even more sewing tutorials. Please feel free to follow, like, and tweet about my Barbie and Ken stuff. All of my patterns are free to print on this page, and if you’re wondering why I offer so many great patterns and tutorials for free, please visit this page. Continue reading Here’s a tutorial for making Ken #dolls a fancy vest — free pattern was posted yesterday!

Free downloadable pattern for Ken doll

Vest Pattern for Ken #Dolls Is Free to Print (Great for #Western Outfits or Groom Costumes)

Here’s the pattern I used for Count Paris’ vest in my Barbie production of Romeo and Juliet on YouTube. Tomorrow I’ll post the video tutorial, so you know exactly how to make this vest. To print the pattern, simply click on it, download it, and enlarge or shrink it to fit on a normal-sized piece of computer paper (with no borders), using Microsoft Word’s “insert … Continue reading Vest Pattern for Ken #Dolls Is Free to Print (Great for #Western Outfits or Groom Costumes)

Image of an Apron Designed for Barbie Dolls

Barbie Apron Pattern and Tutorial

It’s super easy to make an apron for a Barbie. Here’s the pattern for my Barbie apron and bonnet. You can download them for free. All I ask is that you like this on Facebook, tweet about it to friends, pin it on your Pinterest page, and/or reblog it (giving me the credit). I just want people to know it’s out here. Soon I’ll post … Continue reading Barbie Apron Pattern and Tutorial

Momoko doll clothes clothing patterns free to download

Momoko doll’s clothing is too fun to make! I’ll be posting my patterns soon…

I’ve been sewing doll clothes for my upcoming production of Romeo and Juliet. Our juliet will be played by Momoko, a special ball jointed doll (BJD) that’s made and marketed in Japan. She’s slightly smaller than Barbie, which will be perfect! Because as every high school freshman knows, Juliet is only, like, fourteen years old or something. Anyway, I designed the doll dress you see … Continue reading Momoko doll’s clothing is too fun to make! I’ll be posting my patterns soon…