What is this outfit worth on Etsy? Chelly Wood needs your advice! #EtsySales #EtsyDolls

Click on the link in the caption, and it will take you to a page where you can download the free PDF sewing patterns for making these doll clothes. The image shows a skirt with a ruffled edge, a pair of ankle pants, and a strappy summer top to fit 11.5 inch or 11 inch fashion dolls. The fabric is shiny, purple, and almost iridescent. The skirt's ruffle has glitter speckles on it, and the matching summer top has geometric shapes in purple, black, and gold.

Okay everybody, I’m going to sell the outfit shown above in my Etsy shop in the next few weeks. What do you think it’s worth?

It will include the strappy summer top, the ankle pants…

Visit ChellyWood.com for free printable sewing patterns and tutorials for sewing doll clothes to fit dolls of many shapes and sizes. The image shows a Queens of Africa 11 inch fashion doll wearing a handmade pair of ankle pants and a strappy summer top in purple, black, and gold colors. The Queens of Africa dolls can be purchased from the Slice by Cake company at https://queensofafricadolls.com/

…and the ruffled skirt.

Visit ChellyWood.com for free printable sewing patterns and tutorials for sewing doll clothes to fit dolls of many shapes and sizes. The image shows a Queens of Africa 11 inch fashion doll wearing a handmade pair skirt with a ruffle and a strappy summer top in purple, black, and gold colors. The Queens of Africa dolls can be purchased from the Slice by Cake company at https://queensofafricadolls.com/

As you can see in the image below, it uses Velcro as a closure for the shirt.

The image shows a Queens of Africa doll (found at https://queensofafricadolls.com/) modeling a strappy summer shirt in the colors black, purple, and gold. The person holding the doll is showing the viewer that when you open up the shirt at the back, it uses Velcro as a closure.

Okay… what do you think this outfit is worth on Etsy? I’m going to be selling it in my Etsy store soon, and I’m a little out of step since I haven’t sold anything in years. So I’d like your advice. Please leave a comment below.

As most of you know, I don’t sell very many of my handmade doll clothes, so this will be a rare opportunity to buy my handmade doll clothes.

And yes, if you’re wondering, I’ll eventually give you the free patterns for making this outfit too. In fact, most of these items’ patterns and tutorials are already available through ChellyWood.com although some are not yet available as PDFs.

Remember this?

Please visit ChellyWood.com for free, printable sewing patterns for dolls of many shapes and sizes. Image shows an elastic-waist doll skirt with a frilly ruffle in sunshine yellow. It's worn by a doll with a brown complexion, and the overlay says, "DIY Doll Skirt" and it offers the website ChellyWood.com.

And this?

The image shows a Spin Master Liv doll wearing handmade clothes including cutoff ankle pants and a sleeveless gingham shirt. She also wears handmade shoes. She poses in a yoga post with one arm extended in front of her and the other arm behind her. The hand behind her holds her foot so that her leg is in the air behind her as well, bent at the knee.

That was the Chelly Wood doll before we gave her a makeover!

So I’m really out of practice when it comes to selling. I need your advice! Let me know what you think this outfit should sell for:

Click on the link in the caption, and it will take you to a page where you can download the free PDF sewing patterns for making these doll clothes. The image shows a skirt with a ruffled edge, a pair of ankle pants, and a strappy summer top to fit 11.5 inch or 11 inch fashion dolls. The fabric is shiny, purple, and almost iridescent. The skirt's ruffle has glitter speckles on it, and the matching summer top has geometric shapes in purple, black, and gold.
Click here for the patterns and tutorial videos to make all the doll clothes shown: (coming soon)