Free 18″ doll shirt pattern @ ChellyWood.com #PDFpattern Wednesday #Dollstyle #DollsClothes

The image shows the free doll clothes pattern for making a sleeveless shirt using cotton or felt. On the pattern it includes the creative commons attribution mark, and if you go to ChellyWood.com, you can download this pattern and many others for free as a PDF download pattern.
Visit ChellyWood.com for free printable sewing patterns for dolls of many shapes and sizes.

The image above shows the JPG version of the free printable PDF sewing pattern that you will find in the bulleted area below. This pattern is designed to fit 18″ dolls (those are 45 to 46 cm dolls) with schoolgirl-age body types, like my Madame Alexander doll.

If you’d like to see the finished shirt, I’ve included a link to the outfit preview below. You can also just scroll down to the bottom of this blog post.

In the meantime, here’s today’s free PDF sewing pattern for not only this sleeveless summer shirt, but also an easy-to-sew elastic-waist skirt to fit 18 inch dolls:

In the image below, you can see this sleeveless top and skirt among the other pieces to this 18-inch doll wardrobe. Today’s patterns were used to make the white outfit with a confetti print fabric (purchased at JoAnn Fabric and Craft), but this shirt pattern was also used for the felt top that goes with the pajama shorts and the yellow eyelet-sleeved shirt.

The image shows a wardrobe of 10 doll clothing items designed to fit 18 inch dolls. There are several shirts, three skirts, a pair of shorts, a pair of pants, and a pair of pajamas. The watermark tells you where you can download the free printable PDF sewing patterns for making this 18 inch doll wardrobe: ChellyWood.com
Visit ChellyWood.com for free printable sewing patterns for dolls of many shapes and sizes.

Tomorrow I’ll offer the tutorial video showing you how to make the sleeveless confetti print shirt, and there will also be a link to the skirt tutorial which has already been posted.

Remember that my videos and patterns are posted with a “Creative Commons Attribution” mark, so please share these videos, patterns, and photos on social media to help spread the word that my “free doll clothes patterns” website exists!

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