Are you here for the free printable sewing patterns only? Scroll down to the second set of bullets please.
I’m excited to add these adorable vintage Strawberry Shortcake dolls to my collection! Now and then people will request patterns for a doll I don’t own. It helps to speed things up if you send me the doll via snail mail, although I will not return them, as per my policy, and my request list is ever-growing, so there’s no way to know how long it will be before I get to your request.
About a year ago or so, someone asked me to design some patterns for the vintage 5 inch Strawberry Shortcake dolls, which at the time, I did not own. I kept my eye out for an eBay sale or a yard sale / second hand store find, and eventually, I ran across this adorable Blueberry Muffin doll along with a wee little 3 and a half inch “Butter Cookie” doll.
They fit in some of the patterns I’ve already designed, but you should also watch for more doll clothes patterns and tutorials for these adorable little cuties in the future because I can’t wait to design something just for them!
What should I design first? Overalls? A dress with pinafore? A bonnet? Leave your thoughts in the comments section!
Which dolls will this dress fit?
- 6″ classic Breyer Rider dolls (1:12 scale)
- Mattel’s Chelsea dolls (5.5 inches or 13.5 cm)
- 6.75 inch Strawberry Shortcake dolls (17 cm)
- vintage 5 inch Strawberry Shortcake dolls (13 cm)
- 6-inch Enchantimals dolls (15 cm)
- some dollhouse-sized dolls (1:12 scale)
Free patterns and tutorial videos for making this dress:
- free PDF printable doll clothes sewing pattern for small doll’s “folk” dress
- free tutorial showing how to make lace trim dress
- free tutorial showing how to gather fabric
- my free backstitch tutorial
- my free straight stitch tutorial
- my free tutorial showing how to sew snaps on fabric
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