The image shows a Made-to-Move Barbie dressed like Audrey Hepburn from the early 1960's. She wears a black turtleneck with black capri pants and black plastic flats. She's seated on a tiny 1:6 scale folding chair. One arm is slung over the back of the chair, and the other arm is extended for balance. She is lifting one of her feet high into the air in front of her, while the other leg is bent with her toes just resting on a concrete floor. The wall behind her is white, creating a sharp contrast to the black clothing and silver chair. If you'd like to make this outfit, click on the link provided in the caption. You'll be taken to a page where you'll be able to download and print all the free PDF sewing patterns and watch all the free tutorial videos you'll need to make this outfit.

Let’s make capris and a turtle neck for Barbie with today’s free patterns @ ChellyWood.com #FreePatterns for #BarbieDollClothes

For your free patterns and tutorial videos, please scroll down to the second set of bullets. Yes, this is a revision of an older blog post, but in addition to converting the patterns from JPG images to PDF downloadable patterns, I wanted to update the video tutorial for the capri pants too. This has been on my to-do list for a while. You may notice … Continue reading Let’s make capris and a turtle neck for Barbie with today’s free patterns @ ChellyWood.com #FreePatterns for #BarbieDollClothes