In yesterday’s blog post, I mentioned that my poor little Bratz dolls have been somewhat neglected over the years. They can fit into a number of the 8″ doll clothes patterns and 9″ doll clothes patterns that I’ve posted here, on ChellyWood.com, but I have often overlooked them because I didn’t have a decent Bratz doll to model them.
However this lovely lady has recently joined my doll collection line-up, so it’s time to show you which patterns will fit the Bratz dolls. The pattern I’m posting today was first posted as a Monster High doll dress, in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, 2018.
In fact, it fits a lot of different dolls. Here’s a list of all the dolls that can wear this dress:
- Spin Master La Dee Da 10″ dolls
- Mattel’s modern Stacie dolls
- Mattel’s older Stacie dolls
- Disney Princess Tinkerbell 10″ dolls
- Monster High regular sized dolls
- Ever After High dolls
- 8-inch or 9″ Bratz dolls
- Hasbro’s World of Love dolls
- 8.5″ Wizard of Oz dolls (from Mego Corp)
- 8.5″ Breyer Rider dolls
- 6″ Breyer Rider dolls
What a versatile pattern! So without further ado, here are the patterns and tutorials you’ll need to make the outfit shown in the photos in today’s blog post:
- Free printable PDF pattern download for the dress
- Free printable MS Word pattern download for the dress
- Tutorial video showing how to make the dress
- Tutorial video on how to sew cuffs using bias tape
Once again, here is the A-line dress pattern we’re using for both yesterday’s sleeveless dress project and today’s short sleeve dress project.
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