Sew a MiniSkirt with #Tulle for #FashionDolls w/FREE Pattern

Image shows Barbie, Skipper, and Curvy Barbie all wearing the same skirt design, which has been hand-made using the pattern found at ChellyWood.com (URL is on the watermark and also says, "Free doll clothes patterns and tutorials).

Visit ChellyWood.com for free, printable sewing patterns for dolls of many shapes and sizes.

I need to start out by apologizing to those of you who are regular followers. The next six posts are going to seem like repeats, but that’s because I’m trying to update my Gallery Page. With each post, I’m creating images for the Gallery Page, and offering links to the patterns and tutorials for each of the outfits I made for St. Patrick’s Day.

Of course any of these “St. Patrick’s Day” outfits can be made with non-holiday fabric for an everyday look. So these patterns can be used again and again in various color combinations, to create quite a colorful doll wardrobe.

To keep these next few posts lively, I’m also going to link to some of my videos that people often forget about: embroidery videos, diorama tips and tricks, sewing-related book reviews, etc… I’ll call these the “Tailor’s Tricks and Treats” for each day.

Rest assured, while these backlog posts are appearing, I’m behind the scenes, creating new patterns and tutorials for all kinds of amazing doll clothes!

So I hope you can tolerate a change to the usual fair for just a while. Thanks for understanding! 😉

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