FREE Printable #BarbieClothes #Sewing #Patterns and Upcoming Contest

Barbie Doll Clothes Free Giveaway

Please visit for free, printable patterns for all the doll clothes shown here.

There is a newer version of this page right here. It includes even MORE free patterns and tutorials!

However, if you want to download any of these images, please follow these instructions: Just click on the link below, then right-click on the pattern, and hit “save as”. Load it onto your computer, into a MS Word (or similar program), and print. Make sure it is large enough to fill the whole printed page. Otherwise it won’t fit your doll.


Doll Clothes for Ken:

Doll Clothes for Barbie:

World of Love Doll Patterns

Patterns for Other Accessories

Twilight Doll Clothes Patterns

Momoko Doll Clothes Patterns


11 thoughts on “FREE Printable #BarbieClothes #Sewing #Patterns and Upcoming Contest

    • You’re very welcome. Please show your gratitude by pinning my images (including patterns) on Pinterest, liking them on Facebook, and/or tweeting about my website. I really appreciate that!


  1. what paper size do i need to print the pattern ? a4? “Make sure it is large enough to fill the whole printed page. Otherwise it won’t fit your doll.”


    • I’m talking about ordinary printer paper in the US. That means it’s 8.5 x 11 inches or 216 x 279 mm. I hope this helps! Send me a message if you need more info. My “Submit a Question” page is a good way to get a message directly to me.


      • The entire rest of the world uses International Standard paper sizes, so sadly your patterns are essentially of no use except within the US. Such a pity.


      • Diane,

        When I post each pattern, I try to remember to include millimeter measurements. That way, as long as you have a ruler on your word-processing page, you should be able to use my patterns, adjusting them to fit any paper size. If there’s anything more I can do to help you, please let me know. I really want people to be able to use my patterns, regardless of where they call home!


  2. I printed out on A4 paper (I live in Sweden) with no problem. There is not that much difference between the 2 paper sizes after all. 🙂


  3. I just found your site, it looks very extensive and looking forward to checking out your list. You have a lot of costumes and designs I have been looking for. When my daughter was a little girl (over 40 years ago) I made her doll clothes. I started making and designing doll clothes when I was about 8 – 10 years. Wanted to become a dress designer and Barbie was the best model to use.


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