12 inch (30 cm) Regular Ken Doll and 12 and 1/4 inch (31 cm) Articulated Ken Doll Clothes Sewing Patterns (Gallery)

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2 thoughts on “12 inch (30 cm) Regular Ken Doll and 12 and 1/4 inch (31 cm) Articulated Ken Doll Clothes Sewing Patterns (Gallery)

  1. I just found you a few days ago and I LOOOOOOOOVE using these patterns!!! Ive had an obsession with Barbie since I was a child. Nothing has changed lol. Since I also love to sew, I decided to try to mix the two together and these last few days my heart has swelled so much <3 <3 <3. Thank you for this!!! I'm a new, but forever fan!!!

    1. Awww… Thank you, Cindi.

      I see you’re commenting on the Ken doll clothes gallery.

      My Ken patterns are in the process of being converted to PDFs, so hang tight! I will have more easy-to-print patterns for Ken, hopefully before we get into 2024.

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