Sew a pair of holiday pajama pants for Broad Ken with FREE patterns @ #DollClothes #FreeSewingPatterns

The image shows Mattels "Broad Ken" doll modeling a pair of plaid pajama pants made with a free printable sewing pattern found at
Click here for your free pattern and tutorial for making these pajama pants or trousers:

Scroll down to the second set of bullets for the free PDF sewing patterns.

Doesn’t Broad Ken look charming in his holiday plaid snowflake fabric pajama pants? And pajama pants are super easy to make! All you’ll need is small-print cotton fabric and 1/8 inch wide elastic.

Please note that the link to my “How to sew pajama pants” tutorial below will take you to a tutorial that shows how to make a pair of elastic-waist pants OR pajama pants. Yes, this is the right tutorial. The instructions are the same, whether you’re making PJ pants or regular elastic-waist pants. The only difference will be in the type of fabric you use.

Did you know that I have more patterns for Broad Ken doll clothes? Click here to view the gallery of Broad Ken doll clothes patterns. And, of course, if you want to learn how to expand your Broad Ken doll clothes pattern collection, there’s my class on doll clothes pattern alterations, from Creative Spark.

If you’d like to learn more about my doll clothes pattern alteration class on the Creative Spark website, please click here.

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This is a FREE pattern for boxers, summer shorts, basketball shorts, elastic-waist trousers, or pajama pants to fit broad-bodied, muscular action figures and male fashion dolls like Mattel's Broad Ken dolls, GI Joe action figures, and similar-shaped 12-inch male dolls. The pattern includes instructions for seam allowances, a creative-commons attribution symbol, and a measurement tool. There's also instructions for locating the free sewing tutorial videos on YouTube and the URL of the doll clothes patterns website: This is one of many free printable doll clothes patterns found at (designed by doll clothing designer, Chelly Wood).
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To honor the trademark rights of the doll and action figure 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.

GI Joe and Action Man action figures are owned and distributed by Hasbro Pulse, which holds the registered trademark for these toys (™). Please visit the Hasbro Toy website to learn more about their company and its trademarked toys. This link will also help you find Action Man figures specifically, and those figures are still distributed throughout the United Kingdom.

Broad Ken, the WWE wrestler action figures and the Endless Hair Princess Barbie are products offered by Mattel, which holds the registered trademark for them (™). Please visit the Mattel Toys website to learn more about their company and its trademarked toys.

Tonner fashion dolls are products that were once offered by the Tonner doll company, which held the registered trademark for them (™), but it is no longer in business. However you can still learn about this company’s history on Wikipedia and purchased used dolls from eBay.

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