Sew a Hairdresser’s Smock and Apron for Your 11-inch (28 cm) Fashion Dolls w/This Free Pattern Set #Sewing #DollClothes

Here we see a Mattel Barbie doll wearing a handmade apron and a Spin Master Liv doll seated in a hairdresser's salon chair and wearing a hairdresser's smock. Behind the two dolls is a mirror on a vanity table, like one might see in a hair salon. If you'd like the free printable PDF sewing patterns for making this hairdresser's apron and hairdresser's smock, please click on the link in the caption.
Click here to find all the tutorial videos and free patterns you’ll need to make this set: (coming soon)

Yes, this is the same pattern I posted yesterday, but I needed to re-post it, in order to create a link from the Barbie Gallery page to the PDFs in a way that makes sense to people who are just passing through.

For your free patterns and tutorial videos, please scroll down to the second set of bullets.

This pattern set is for the apron and hairdresser’s smock shown in the image at the top of this page. This is an older pattern, but today I’m offering it as a PDF for the first time. (I’ve been working to convert all of my old JPG patterns to easy-to-print PDF doll clothes sewing patterns.)

Today’s patterns will fit these dolls:

Here are your free, printable PDF sewing patterns and tutorial videos for making the smock and apron shown at the top of this page:

The tutorial videos will show you how to make these two items reversible, so have a look, also, at the other side of each garment:

Image of Barbie in hairdresser's apron and Liv doll in hairdressers's smock.
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Have fun making this adorable hairdresser’s set!

And here’s a JPG image of the smock for your Pinterest shares:

Image of hairdresser's smock sewing pattern designed to fit Barbie-sized dolls.
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