8-inch Baby #Dolls’ Dress with FREE #Sewing #Patterns and #DIY Tutorial @ ChellyWood.com

Below you’ll find a link to the FREE printable sewing pattern for making the 8″ baby doll dress shown in the pattern:

I’ve designed this dress to fit the Lil’ Cutesies dolls from JC Toys, but it will likely fit other dolls in the 8″ size range as well.

Now this dress is relatively easy to make, if you stick to using felt for the bodice and using cotton, flannel, or a cotton blend fabric for the skirt. I’d give this project two or three flowers on my difficulty scale. (It gets three flowers if you find it tricky to gather fabric.)

Visit ChellyWood.com for free, printable sewing patterns for dolls of many shapes and sizes. Image shows a pattern of small pink flowers. One flower = super easy difficulty; two flowers = kind-of easy difficulty; three flowers = about average difficulty; four flowers = somewhat advanced level of difficulty; five flowers = very advanced level of difficulty. This chart is used to determine how hard a sewing project will be on ChellyWood.com, where free doll clothes patterns are posted nearly every week, along with sewing tutorials.

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

However, if you want to make the embroidered snowflake on your bodice, like I did, that can make this project a little more challenging. In that case, it would be worth more like four flowers.

For the snowflake embroidery tutorial, please click here.

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