Free Sewing Patterns for Bratz Dolls (Gallery)

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2 thoughts on “Free Sewing Patterns for Bratz Dolls (Gallery)

  1. Hi, your pattern for the 8-inch baby doll dress and slipper say that it should be printed on 216mm × 279mm paper but I have 210mm × 297mm paper. Will it make much of a difference? And would I have to buy 216mm × 297mm paper?

    1. It may cut off part of the pattern, but more importantly, if your printer is set for that paper size, it may resize /adjust the pattern. I advise printing it, cutting out the pattern, and running a test to see if the pattern is going to work by making a quickly-basted muslin version of the doll clothes first — no hems, just basic seams. This will give you a good guess about whether or not the pattern will work when you print it on that size paper.

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