Sew a Thanksgiving Pilgrim-style hat or bonnet for 18 inch dolls #Thanksgiving #Pilgrims #Mayflower

Here are the free, printable sewing patterns for the 18-inch doll bonnet or Thanksgiving Pilgrim-style hat that you see in the video above:

Tomorrow I’ll offer more free patterns for making the entire outfit shown in the image on this page.

 

This month I’m “remastering” some of my old videos and changing JPG images to PDFs, so you can easily download all the patterns for my old Swedish traditional costume for 18” dolls (which looks a lot like a lady Pilgrim’s outfit).

 

Even after they’ve been remastered, these tutorial videos aren’t of the highest quality, and I’ll be the first to admit that these old patterns were all hand-drawn. Sorry about that…

 

However if you’re curious as to why I’m digging up these old patterns and tutorial videos, please see this explanation.

 

Don’t forget to show your appreciation for my free patterns and tutorials by sharing them on Facebook, pinning them on Pinterest, and/or tweeting about them (yes, you have my permission). Here’s another JPG image you can easily share on Pinterest, for example:

Here we see an image of an 18 inch Madame Alexander doll wearing a traditional Swedish costume. Around her waist is a felt, hand-embroidered "pocket," a type of purse or bag worn around the waist. The image is watermarked with the website where you can download free printable PDF sewing patterns for making this 18 inch doll outfit, including the pocket: ChellyWood.com
Visit ChellyWood.com for free printable patterns for doll clothes that fit dolls of many shapes and sizes.

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