Well, today’s free PDF pattern (scroll down to the second bulleted list for the PDF) will fit a lot of different dolls, including but not limited to the following:
- 8″ Bratz dolls
- 9″ Stacie dolls
- 10″ Monster High dolls
- 6″ vintage Stacie dolls from the 1990’s (View A in the image above shows how it fits)
- 8″ World of Love dolls from Hasbro
- 10″ La Dee Da dolls (it fits a little big on them)
- 8″ Breyer Rider dolls
- 6″ Breyer Rider dolls (but it fits them a little biggish too)
- 8.5″ Wizard of Oz dolls (from Mego Corp)
This pattern would make a fantastic Easter dress for your dolls! Which of these three fabrics would you choose for an A-line Easter dress? Feel free to leave a comment below the blog post!
Without further ado, here are the patterns and tutorials you’ll need to make this week’s free dress pattern to fit one of the dolls mentioned in the bulleted list above:
- Free printable PDF pattern for A-line small doll’s dress
- Tutorial showing how to make the sleeveless version of the dress (View A)
- Tutorial showing how to make the dress with cuffs (View B)
- Tutorial showing how to make the dress with flutter sleeves (View C)
Would you like to know more about the Easter fabrics I posted a picture of above?
In the upper-right corner is a classic cotton Easter egg printed fabric. I bought this at North Coast Antique Mall, in Long Beach, Washington. This Antique store has lots of dolls for collectors of every kind, but my favorite room was stocked to the brim with antique fabrics!
The green keepsake calico cotton fabric with white dots you can purchase online at JoAnn Fabrics and Crafts. (Use the link there.)
But the yellow heirloom fabric with white and black splotches is a mystery to me. My daughter made a dress out of it, and she had a little left over. So she gave me some scraps for doll clothes projects. Does anyone know where she bought that beautiful and unusual fabric? If so, please leave a comment below!
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