The last time I brought this up, many of you said that cost would be a factor in your decision to purchase a class in doll clothing design techniques. So what I’ve done is broken my class into three sections.
That way they’ll be smaller bites of information, and as such, they will be offered for a smaller fee than some of the longer classes on the Creative Spark platform.
One thing to think about is this: you can ask a family member to buy the course for you as a Christmas gift (for those of you who do celebrate Christmas).
Here’s what I’d like to know, though… Which of these smaller, bite-sized courses would interest you most? Detailed explanations are found at the bottom.
- How to alter doll clothes patterns: In this class, I will teach you how to alter the doll clothes patterns you already own. We’ll combine a bodice and skirt to form a dress, mix and match pants and aprons to form overalls, and we’ll learn how to make different types of sleeves.
- How to re-size doll-clothes patterns: Have you ever found a Skipper pattern that you liked so much, that you wished it could fit Barbie? Or an American Girl doll dress you wish could fit your Wellie Wisher? This class will teach you how to re-size a pattern for one doll, so it fits another doll of a different size (but of a similar body type).
- How to design doll clothes patterns from scratch: It sounds challenging, but my methods are so simple! You’ll be amazed at how easy it is to design your own doll clothes patterns from beginning to end, with basic tools most families have at home. And my methods will work for dolls of any shape or size, whether they’re vintage, or new, pudgy baby dolls, or sleek and slender fashion dolls, soft-bodied or plastic…
If you want to hear about my class on Creative Spark when it is available, please go to C&T Publishing‘s Creative Spark page; scroll down to the bottom, and sign up for their newsletter. Or just follow me on YouTube. Once the class is available for sign-ups, I’ll be adding that to the description below all of my tutorial videos on YouTube.
And of course, I’ll mention it here on ChellyWood.com as well.
Feel free to add a comment regarding the classes I’ve mentioned in the poll. I really want to provide content that inspires your creativity!