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5 thoughts on “Free Wellie Wishers Doll Clothes Sewing Patterns (Gallery)”
The Wellie Wisher dolls are so cute. Too bad they were not around when my daughters were younger. Thanks for sharing. Have a great day Chelly.
Can you do some for boy 18 inche dolls or some for babyalive? Its hard to find boy clothes
I do have plans for each. For the boy 18 inch dolls, I’m currently working on a pair of overalls and T-shirts.
As far as Baby Alive goes, I recently gave my niece a Baby Alive, so I plan to design some clothes to fit her Baby Alive doll before Christmas.
Thank you for leaving a comment. 😉
I wanted to make underpants for Wellie Wisher doll. you have a pattern for American Girl doll. How to I size it down for Wellie Wisher? Print at 65% scale?
I actually use a formula for down-sizing and up-sizing doll clothes patterns, but that will be part of my Creative Spark class on doll clothes design. I’ve never actually given that formula away, since it’s something I use to keep this website running.
But it’s a fantastic formula for any project like this.
On the flip side, I do have a Wellie Wisher-sized bikini swimsuit pattern on my drawing board. I’d like to post that by summer 2022, but I can’t make any promises. I’ve been struggling to keep up at my “paying” job as a school librarian, so a lot of my “drawing board” projects have been put on hold recently. I hope to get caught up over my spring break though…