Let’s make a doll coat with a hood for 14-inch #dolls (also fits a 15-inch #doll) #fashiondoll

This week’s raincoat sewing project garnered five flowers on my difficulty scale, which means it can be a very challenging sewing project.

However it will help if you know a little about piping, lining a garment, and gussets. It will also help a lot if you view today’s tutorial video, which walks you through the creation of this raincoat one step at a time.

Here are the free, printable sewing patterns you’ll need to make the raincoat, in the form of a PDF pattern:

Tomorrow I’m going to post a video that may help you understand gussets on a deeper level. If you’re worried that my hood won’t fit your doll’s head, the easiest alteration you can make is to re-design the gusset. Tomorrow’s video may help you do that.

2 thoughts on “Let’s make a doll coat with a hood for 14-inch #dolls (also fits a 15-inch #doll) #fashiondoll

    1. Everything you need to make the hooded raincoat should be available on this page: https://chellywood.com/2020/07/22/free-printable-pdf-sewing-pattern-for-wellie-wishers-hooded-raincoat-for-backtoschool-fall/

      If you’re having trouble finding a a set of free doll clothes patterns and their tutorials, try watching this video (for laptops or desktop computers): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLGUcFIhn-Q&t=175s

      Or this one (for smartphones or tablets): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ULqX84hK740&t=7s

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