Make a shirt and shorts for Ideal Tammy dolls or Pedigree Sindy dolls w/today’s free pattern #Sewing #DollClothes

In this photo, we see a vintage Tammy doll from Ideal Toy Corp. wearing a safari outfit or hiking gear, complete with a straw hat and little plastic boots. Her shorts are made of red flannel. Her shirt is cotton, trimmed in red ribbon. The overlay says, "Chelly Wood" and indicates that the patterns and tutorials for making this outfit can be found at ChellyWood.com
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Today’s sewing project is a safari outfit for your Pedigree Sindy or Ideal Tammy dolls. I realize it’s not summer in the northern hemisphere, but summer is rapidly approaching for those of you living below the equator.

So to make today’s safari gear, you can use a lot of different fabrics. Flannel works great for the shorts. (That’s what I used.) Cotton is the perfect fabric for the shirt. I think there are probably other fabrics that would look equally good, for use with today’s free PDF sewing pattern, so experiment and have fun with this project!

For the trim around the shirt, you can fold a piece of 1/2 inch ribbon (which is what I did) or use 1/4 inch folded bias tape.

Today’s patterns will fit these dolls:

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The image shows a visual version of a free printable PDF sewing pattern for making doll clothes to fit the 1960s version of the vintage Ideal Toy Corp Tammy doll. The pattern includes capri pants and a top / shirt which can be sewn sleeveless or made with short sleeves. The pattern has a "creative commons attribution" mark on it, so if you download the free printable PDF sewing pattern for these doll clothes (found at ChellyWood.com), please show your appreciation by sharing this JPG version of the pattern with your friends, family, and social media followers.
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To honor the trademark rights of the doll companies mentioned in this blog post, I am including links to their websites here. Please feel free to visit their website and consider purchasing one or more of the dolls mentioned.

Sindy dolls were originally created by Pedigree Dolls & Toys, but they have been made by other manufacturers including Hasbro, Vivid Imaginations, and New Moon. Currently (at the time of this blog post) a limited number of the newest version of these dolls is being manufactured by Kid Kreations of Staffordshire, England. I haven’t tried my doll clothes on this newer version, but sewists have told me my Tammy doll patterns do fit the vintage Sindy dolls created by Pedigree Dolls & Toys. Please visit one of these toy companies’ websites to learn more about the toys they produce.

Ideal Toy Company owned the registered trademark for the entire Tammy family of dolls, but that company is no longer in business. I’m including links to the Wikipedia pages on these topics for anyone who would like to research these dolls.

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