#SewingBlogger Thursday: Free PDF A-line Dress #Sewing Pattern for Bratz #Dolls

Today’s tutorial shows the steps for making an adorable A-line dress that fits 8-inch or 9-inch fashion dolls. I’ve posted this tutorial before, but I felt like my Bratz doll got shorted since I had a not-so-great picture of her in my original gallery:

Image shows 10” Bratz doll wearing an handmade A-line dress and standing in a 1:6 scale diorama that shows the bust of a musician, a classical painting, and is decorated with a wicker table and chair. On the table is a 1:6 scale porcelain tea set for little dolls. The 10” Bratz doll wears a dress that has been sewn by hand. Overlay offers the sewing tutorials and free doll clothes patterns website: ChellyWood.com and states that this website has free doll clothes patterns and tutorials for dolls of many shapes and sizes.
Visit ChellyWood.com for free, printable sewing patterns for dolls of many shapes and sizes.

That poor little thing came to me footless, hairless, and make-up free at a second hand store. I just plopped an over-sized wig on her to try to remedy her baldness. My daughter painted her face, and she did a fair enough rendition of the famous Tree Change Dolls by the talented Sonia Singh.

In that photo, she’s wearing white Barbie Go-go boots, but she still didn’t have any actual feet inside of the boots. The pink dress she was wearing in that original photo is no longer in my possession, so in today’s re-mastered tutorial video, I placed my new-used Bratz doll in a black and white polka dot dress that my daughter made for the 8″ Breyer Rider dolls some time ago.

As you can see, it fits my Bratz doll nicely, and she really looks adorable in it!

This is a photo of a Bratz doll kicking up her heels to show off her cute lace-trimmed bloomers under her black and white polka dot A-line dress. The doll appears to be dancing through an art museum, with a bust of Bach behind her and a Monet garden painting on the wall of the museum behind her. The watermark tells where you can find this and other free printable sewing patterns for doll clothes that fit the Bratz line of dolls: ChellyWood.com
Please visit ChellyWood.com for free printable sewing patterns for dolls of many shapes and sizes.

In the image above, I tried to make the Bratz doll “kick up her heels” so she can show off those adorable lace-trimmed bloomers. You’ll notice that in the links below, I’ve included the free PDF pattern for the bloomers plus a link to the tutorial showing how to make the bloomers.

So here are the patterns and tutorials you’ll need to make the outfit shown in the photos in today’s blog post:

And here’s one more photo of my Bratz doll wearing her pretty polka dot A-line dress, made from the patterns I’m providing today:

Click here for all the free printable sewing patterns and tutorials you’ll need to make the outfit shown: (coming soon)

And this is the A-line dress pattern we’re using, which you can see will also fit a variety of other dolls–just look on the pattern itself:

Please visit ChellyWood.com for free, printable sewing patterns for dolls of many shapes and sizes. Image shows a Free printable sewing pattern for A-line dress to fit small dolls like Monster High dolls, Ever After High dolls, Stacie Dolls, La Dee Da dolls, Breyer Rider dolls, and Bratz dolls (among others).
Please visit ChellyWood.com for free, printable sewing patterns for dolls of many shapes and sizes.

Remember that you can show your appreciation for my free sewing patterns and tutorials by sharing them on PinterestTwitter, and other social media platforms. As it says at the end of the video, it actually helps me out a lot if you share them!

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