The image above shows a doll which was made and distributed in the 1960’s. Here in the US, this doll mold was called Tammy, but a very similar body mold was made and distributed in the UK as the Sindy doll.
Today I’m giving you free patterns and tutorials for making a pair of flannel pajama shorts (or pajama pants) and a bias-tape-trimmed pajama shirt to fit your Sindy or Tammy dolls:
- Free PDF sewing pattern for Tammy or Sindy doll shorts and shirt
- Free tutorial video showing how to make the shorts
- Free tutorial video showing how to make the shirt
- Free tutorial video showing how to use bias tape for the shirt’s trim
- Go to this page for the pattern and tutorial for making felt slippers
Now in these videos, the fabric being used is cotton, so you’ll want to swap it out for flannel instead to get your project to look like the pajamas shown in the image at the top of this page.
Also, you may need to enlarge the slipper pattern a bit to fit Tammy or Sindy. However this slipper pattern is super easy! Even a beginning sewist can make an adjustment to this pattern without too much trouble.
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Tammy was also a doll; I grew up with. Her little sister was Pepper and yep her best friend was “Dodi”. She never had a last name. But she did have 1 outfit aside from what she came in, plus she was feature along with her BFF on a carrying case which if memory serves me what white, green, black and hints of yellow. Just a bit of info. Keep up the good work.
Thanks for the comment, Dodi.
And for those of you who don’t know, Dodi runs an eBay store where I buy some of my doll shoes! Here’s the link: Dodi’s Shop of Stuff!