Miniature Christmas Stockings and Free Doll Clothes Patterns @ #HolidayToys #ChristmasStockings

Today’s tutorial video shows you how to make a Christmas stocking for your 1:6 scale dollhouse or diorama.

And the pattern for the stockings also has a pattern for sewing a simple outfit that will fit dolls like modern and Made-to-Move Barbie, Queens of Africa, and Disney Princess 11 inch fashion dolls.

The following links will help you make not only the miniature Christmas stockings, but the fashion doll clothes holiday outfit as well.

If you have (or buy) a little craft felt, holiday cotton fabric, fuzzy trim for the stockings, 1/4 inch folded bias tape (for the shirt straps), Dritz 4/0 snaps for the doll’s shirt, and 1/8 inch elastic for the doll’s skirt, you will have everything you need to sew the goodies you see here for your own dollhouse or 1:6 scale diorama:

This image is a preview of what Chelly Wood has in store, as far as free patterns and tutorial videos for the week of 9 December 2019 through 13 December 2019. The image shows a Queens of Africa Azeeza doll modeling a handmade felt strappy summer top and an above-the-knee length skirt made of holly-patterned fabric. On the chimney behind her, above the fireplace in her 1:6 scale diorama, there are handmade stockings hanging by the hearth. Visit to find out how to make these projects, including the diorama of the fireplace with hearth, the stockings, and the handmade doll clothes for 11 inch fashion dolls. Visit to find out how you can purchase one of these lovely African heritage dolls.
Visit for FREE printable doll clothes sewing patterns to fit dolls of many shapes and sizes.

Please show your appreciation for my free patterns and tutorials by sharing the image above (or my patterns or my tutorials) on your favorite social media platforms.

If you’re looking for a Christmas gift for a little girl, take a look at the Queens of Africa dolls like the one pictured in the images on this blog post. My Azeezah doll came with a cute little puppy, a brush, a purse, and some jewelry.

Special thanks to the Queens of Africa doll company for giving me permission to use images of their dolls in my patterns. Before I end this blog post, I’d like to give credit to the doll designer and creator (Taofick Okoya) and the brand Slice by Cake.

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