FREE Barbie #Dolls Wedding Dress #Patterns @

Image shows three bodice patterns for fashion doll gowns. One is a strapless gown's bodice pattern. The second is a bodice with straps. The third bodice pattern is for a one-shoulder bodice for wedding gowns. These bodices fit 11.5 inch fashion dolls like Barbie, Momoko dolls, Spin Master Liv dolls, and similar-sized dolls. Pattern fits most Barbies. This free fashion doll wedding dress bodice pattern is free and printable. The wedding dress skirt pattern is also free and printable, and it's available at, along with several tutorial videos showing how to make the various dress options. Each bodice has the "Creative Commons Attribution" mark on them. Overlay offers the website where these wedding dress patterns for Barbies (and similar sized fashion dolls) are being offered:

Please visit for free printable sewing patterns for dolls of many shapes and sizes.

As you can see, this week’s Barbie®/fashion doll wedding dress pattern includes three different bodice styles.

Looking back over the years, I find that my wedding dress, prom dress, and quinceañera dress patterns seem to get the most hits from new visitors to So I thought it might be a good idea to offer some new variations in these types of fancy formal gowns for fashion dolls.

This week I’m going to offer patterns and tutorials for making the lovely (and easy-to-sew) one-shoulder wedding dress, and today, I’m posting the free, printable sewing pattern for making the dress’ one-shoulder bodice.

Because our previous poll shows that most of you would like me to design easy and intermediate patterns, we’re going to use felt for the one-shoulder bodice on this dress.

Felt is really a wonderful fabric for beginners to work with. It’s somewhat flexible; it’s very inexpensive; it doesn’t need hemmed. It’s also a fabric most adults have worked with when they were younger, through 4-H, home economics classes, grammar school, and/or scouts.

Tomorrow I’ll post the skirt pattern.

If you’d like to see a preview of this week’s wedding dress project, please look back at Monday’s post.


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