Free printable PDF patterns for teaching a child to sew (or for adults learning to sew) #EasySew #HomeEcAtHome

The image shows a 16" Velvet doll from the Crissy family of vintage dolls. She seems to be strolling in front of a wall where a lovely miniature quilt is hanging. The quilt is made with purple applique hearts on a white background, and it's trimmed in purple and white floral fabric. The doll wears an easy-to-sew felt sleeveless shirt / top and a super easy to make elastic waist skirt. Patterns for the skirt and shirt are found at in the form of a free printable PDF sewing pattern.
Visit for free printable PDF sewing patterns to fit dolls of many shapes and all different sizes.

Scroll down to the second set of bullets for the free PDF sewing pattern.

The outfit shown in the image above includes a super easy-to-sew felt top and an elastic-waist easy-sew skirt. I’ll be posting the felt top pattern later this week. The skirt fits a wide variety of dolls including but not limited to the list below.

Today’s free printable PDF skirt pattern will fit the following dolls:

And here are the patterns and tutorial videos you’re looking for:

These patterns and tutorials were part of a doll wardrobe that I designed and posted in the spring and summer of 2019. Here are some of the other items in the wardrobe:

The image shows a series of doll clothes laid out on a tabletop so you can see the variety of colors and prints in the fabrics. The clothes include five skirts, two pair of pants, two pair of shorts, five shirts, and a purse. The free printable sewing patterns for these doll clothes can be found at
Please visit for free, printable sewing patterns for dolls of many shapes and sizes.

You might want to look around my website for some of the other doll clothes items in this wardrobe, but be aware that they could be posted under another doll of a similar size.

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