#Win this FREE #BarbieDress in an #IndependenceDay contest w/ details @ ChellyWood.com

Visit ChellyWood.com for free, printable doll clothes patterns to fit dolls of many shapes and sizes. Image shows Made to Move Barbie seated in a white wicker chair with a brick background and wooden floor. She wars a handmade scarf of blue with white polka dots. Her dress, which is hand-sewn to look like an American flag, has more blue-and-white polka dot fabric in the right corner of the dress. The rest of the dress's fabric is made of red and white stripes. An image at the bottom of the picture says, "Chelly Wood dot com: free, printable sewing patterns for dolls of many shapes and sizes."

Visit ChellyWood.com for free, printable doll clothes patterns for fashion dolls, 18″ dolls, dollhouse-sized dolls and more.

We’re coming to the end of this Independence Day contest to win the handmade doll dress you see in the image above. I’m giving this dress, the shoes, and the headscarf away on the OOAK Secrets Facebook page. (See link for contest entry and details about the contest.)

I plan to eventually post the patterns and tutorial to make this colorblock dress, so even if you don’t win the contest, the patterns will be posted her, probably this fall.

Special thanks to Angela of OOAK Secrets for hosting this contest. You can order her OOAK books here, if you’re interested in learning how to re-paint your dolls’ faces or if you want to learn from doll diorama experts.

Angela and I are thinking about running another contest like this one for Halloween, so please watch for that.

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