Here’s my latest pattern. As my regular followers know, together with my two daughters, I’m filming a stop-motion version of Romeo and Juliet with Barbie, Ken, Momoko, and some of my other favorite dolls. This shirt will be worn by count Paris in the up-coming film.
This pattern will fit either Ken or Barbie, but you need to shorted the sleeves a bit for Barbie. It has a very wide sleeve, so it may also fit bigger dolls like Tammy Dolls. It’s best to try the shirt on your doll frequently while you sew; that way you can custom-fit the shirt to the doll.
To print this pattern to fit Ken or Barbie, copy/paste it into Microsoft Word or a similar word-processing document. Enlarge it to fit a regular-sized piece of printer paper (8.5 x 11 inches or 216 x 279 mm) before printing. It’s also possible to right-click on the image and save it to your computer, tablet, or other device. Then transfer it to a photo editor like Microsoft Paint or Photoshop. From there, you can print it as a graphic, but it still must be enlarged to fit a piece of computer paper.
My patterns use 1/4 inch seam allowances.
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