Upcoming #Sewing and #Craft Projects for Your #MomokoDoll @ ChellyWood.com

The next free, printable sewing pattern I plan to post will be a pattern for the dress shown in this image from my stop-motion video of Romeo and Juliet. This is a still shot from the scene in Act 3, when Juliet says, “It was the nightingale, and not the lark,/ That pierced the fearful hollow of thine ear…” as Romeo and Juliet are waking up together after their honeymoon:

Image of Momoko doll standing next to Ken doll. Momoko doll wears a lace and cotton/polyester shift (undergarment worn as a night gown) and Ken doll wears a puff-sleeve shirt with bi-colored Renaissance pants and boots. They stand next to a four-poster bed made for dolls.
Visit ChellyWood.com for free, printable sewing patterns to make these doll clothes and many others.

I’d also like to show everyone how to make the four-poster bed shown in this image, so watch for those tutorials, coming soon to ChellyWood.com. The bed is actually pretty easy to make. I used cardboard containers, like the ones “Cuties California Clementines” tangerines come in, along with some dowel rods, felt, hot glue, and fabric.

Meanwhile, if you want to print any of the free sewing patterns I’ve posted in the past, you can find those on this page. And don’t forget that I’m currently giving away a model horse blanket. You can enter to win it on this page.

I hope you stop by my blog again soon, to learn how to make these upcoming projects!

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