Free Sewing Patterns for Making Doll Clothes to Fit 6″ Breyer Rider Figures => NOTE 6-inch dolls = 1:12 Scale (Gallery)

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2 thoughts on “Free Sewing Patterns for Making Doll Clothes to Fit 6″ Breyer Rider Figures => NOTE 6-inch dolls = 1:12 Scale (Gallery)

    1. I think it will be very slightly too big for Dawn dolls, but that’s just a guess. And I always say, “Too big is better than too small” because if the garment fits a little too big, you can always take it in.

      I don’t own a vintage Dawn doll, though, so I’m not 100% sure. However I did have the Charlie’s Angels Dawn dolls when I was a kid, so in the cobwebs of my mind, I can sort of remember about how big they are.

      Try making the doll clothes out of scrap fabric or felt without hemming, and see how they fit. Then you’ll have a better estimate. And when you’re done, will you please come back and leave a comment to let us know what you discover? Thanks! 😉

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