Free Sewing Patterns for 8 and 1/2 Inch (20 cm) Doc McStuffins Dolls (Gallery)

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2 thoughts on “Free Sewing Patterns for 8 and 1/2 Inch (20 cm) Doc McStuffins Dolls (Gallery)

  1. Is your doll length measurement from top of head to toe of the doll, or from shoulder to toe? i am seeing Doc Mcstuffins dolls in the store that measure about 12″ from head top to toe.

    1. Doll length measurements are typically measured with the doll standing upright. If the doll is flat-footed, like Doc McStuffins is, then it would be a measurement from the top of the head to the flat of the heel. For dolls like vintage Barbie whose feet are designed for high heels, we measure the doll in its upright position, from where the top of the head is level with the measurement tool (i.e. a ruler) to the surface the doll “stands” on.

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