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I am interested in making clothes for a Lammily doll.
I have a few free patterns that do fit the Lammily doll, but your best bet is to visit the Lammily website.
Here’s a link to Lammily’s pattern page: https://lammily.com/product-category/lammily-doll-patterns/
Here’s a link to my own patterns that will fit Lammily (and other dolls too): https://chellywood.com/2019/07/08/free-lammily-doll-clothes-patterns/
My website’s Lammily patterns have actually been designed to fit other dolls, but they just happened to fit Lammily too. However on the Lammily site, you’ll find quite a few high-quality commercial patterns that were specifically designed to fit the Lammily doll, including a couple of commercial patterns that I have designed for them. The patterns I designed for their company are called the “Cozy Wear” set and the “Winter Wonderland” set of clothes. They have lots of other really cute patterns for Lammily by other designers too.
I’d love a side saddle habit and jacket pattern 😀
I have a jacket pattern that I recently posted in the blog post, but it’s for a smaller doll. You could resize it pretty easily though. Head over to the blog and look for an image of a tiny doll in a yellow jacket.