The image shows a hand-made doll skirt in three different fabric patterns. One pattern is floral; another uses tiny rainbow-colored polka dots, and the third is pink with larger white polka dots. The dolls wearing these skirts are (in the same order as the description of each skirt) a 16-inch Velvet doll from the Ideal Toy Company (vintage doll from the 1970's), Consuelo the Hearts-for hearts girl doll who stands at 14 inches tall, and the 15-inch Wellie Wisher doll called Kendall (made by the American Girl doll company). The overlay on the photo says "Easy DIY doll skirt" and offers the website ChellyWood.com where the free patterns for making this back-to-school mini-skirt can be downloaded and printed for free.

Free back-to-#school skirt #pattern for #HeartsForHearts #Dolls @ ChellyWood.com

Earlier this week I gave you the free patterns for sewing these adorable skirts, but just in case you missed those blog posts, here they are again: Pattern 1 for back-to-school skirt Pattern 2 for back-to-school skirt As you’ll see in the video, you need to cut out each pattern and tape them together before using them to measure your fabric for the skirt. If … Continue reading Free back-to-#school skirt #pattern for #HeartsForHearts #Dolls @ ChellyWood.com

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#FreebieFriday #Back2School skirt #patterns for Wellie Wishers #Dolls @ ChellyWood.com

For my regular followers, this is going to seem like a re-post, but if you look closely at this video, it actually spotlights my Kendall doll, from American Girl’s “Wellie Wisher” line of dolls. Yes, like yesterday’s video, this tutorial also shows you how to make the easy-sew skirt project that we’ve been working on this week, and here, once again, are those free patterns … Continue reading #FreebieFriday #Back2School skirt #patterns for Wellie Wishers #Dolls @ ChellyWood.com