Look ahead at this week’s doll clothes sewing project: a shirt for Ideal Tammy #dolls #vintagetoys #sewingproject

Here we see a Tammy doll (made by Ideal Toy Corp in the 1960's) wearing a handmade short-sleeved shirt. She stands in a sideways pose like a fashion model and she wears a straw hat like a gardener would wear. The watermark tells you where you can find the free printable PDF sewing patterns for making her short-sleeved shirt with front darts: ChellyWood.com "free printable sewing patterns and tutorials"
Visit ChellyWood.com for all the free printable sewing patterns for making doll clothes to fit dolls of many shapes and sizes.

Here’s a #MeMadeMonday image of my Tammy in the shirt we’ll be sewing this week. It fits Ideal Toy Corp.’s Tammy dolls. I’ll be posting my free, printable PDF sewing pattern on Wednesday and the tutorial video on Thursday. Friday’s post will be an additional surprise!

In the sewing tutorial video this week, you’ll see more photos of Tammy in this cotton shirt and a pair of cute gingham capris which you can see below:

Click on the link in the caption for all the patterns and tutorial videos you'll need to make this outfit for your Tammy doll. The image shows a Tammy Doll (made by Ideal Toy Corp. in the 1960s) wearing handmade gingham capris and a cotton short-sleeved shirt. Her straw hat adds character to the ensemble, as do her white sneakers, but the pattern and tutorials will only be for making the capri pants and shirt. To find these free PDF sewing patterns, please go to ChellyWood.com (shown as a watermark on the image).
Click here for all the FREE patterns and tutorial videos you’ll need to make this outfit: (coming soon)

Here’s a link to the page where you can watch the tutorial (and download the pattern) for making the capri pants for this adorable vintage doll:

Since we’ve gotten over the rush of Christmas sewing projects, I’d like to know what projects my followers are working on lately. Feel free to leave a comment below.

Have you given up on sewing for a bit? Are you tired from all the pre-Christmas sewing?

Or have you taken on a new project with a New Year’s resolution to get it finished?

I look forward to hearing your comments!

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