The image shows a Made-to-Move Barbie standing on a leaf-strewn lawn with a white bucket beside her. She leans against two bales of hay. She wears red rubber boots, a pair of red shorts with white polka dots, and a white sleeveless shirt that has been embroidered with tiny feather stitches around the neck. The neck's stitching is red to match her shorts and boots. She stands behind a wishing well. Would you like to make the outfit shown in this image? If so, please click on the link in the caption.

#Fall #Harvest Separates for Barbie and Other Fashion #Dolls w/FREE #Patterns @ ChellyWood.com

Does that doll’s outfit look familiar? I’m guessing it probably doesn’t, even though it should. Adding embellishments to a garment (rickrack trim, a swatch of lace, bias tape, or embroidery) can magically transform the look of a garment! So let’s say you have an old stand-by pattern that you already know how to sew. You’ve made three or four outfits in different colors and prints … Continue reading #Fall #Harvest Separates for Barbie and Other Fashion #Dolls w/FREE #Patterns @ ChellyWood.com