In the collage above, you’ll find there are over 100 different doll outfits and craft projects, all designed by me, Chelly Wood. Each of them has free, printable sewing patterns available through the gallery page on this website.
Yes, this is quite a milestone for me! I’ve reached the big 100 mark! In looking back, some of my early patterns and tutorials weren’t as well-made as some of my newer projects, so I’m going to begin re-designing some of my older patterns, updating them and adding much-needed details like the measurement tool, seam allowances, and the “Creative Commons–Attribution” symbol.
As I embark on this task, I’d love to hear from my followers. Are there any patterns you had difficulty with? What can I do to improve them? Were there any tutorial videos that could be re-visited for better explanations perhaps? Please leave your thoughts and advice in the comments below.
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Congratulations! I love your patterns. A friend and I redo old Bratz dolls and so I can only use a small number of your patterns, but the ones I use are very helpful. A. Cole
Thanks for the positive feedback, Anita. I’m glad you’re enjoying my patterns! I’m guessing some of the Skipper patterns may work with Bratz dolls, and perhaps the patterns the Disney TinkerBell doll models will likely fit Bratz as well. But you probably knew that, huh?