Sew a skirt for Elsa Mini Toddler doll w/free patterns @ ChellyWood.com #DollClothesPatterns #SewingFun

 

Scroll down to the second set of bullets to download the free printable PDF sewing pattern.

Like yesterday’s blog post said, I’m busy making a wardrobe for my niece’s mini Elsa doll. My niece’s birthday is coming up, and she asked for a few doll clothes for her 6 inch Elsa doll who only has pajamas to wear.

So today’s video tutorial shows you how to make a little Easter-egg-print cotton skirt with an elastic waist. You don’t have to use Easter-egg-print fabric though. Any small print or solid cotton fabric will be just fine.

You’ll also need a little 1/8 inch elastic for the waist.

I’m still kind of sick, as I mentioned in last Tuesday’s post, so my voice sounds really scratchy. Sorry about that. I made a mistake in the casing section of the video too, probably because my head is so stuffed up.

But I hope you can be forgiving and enjoy the tutorial video, in spite of these little imperfections…

Which dolls will these patterns fit?

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This is the JPG version of a free printable PDF sewing pattern for making doll clothes to fit dolls in the 4 inch to 5 inch doll size range, including but not limited to Disney's Elsa mini toddler dolls, Disney's Anna mini toddler dolls, Mattel's Chelsea dolls, Mattel's Kelly dolls, and many others. The pattern includes a jacket and two different lengths of skirts. The pattern is marked with the ChellyWood.com logo and several Creative Commons Attribution symbols.
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Chelsea and Enchantimals dolls 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.

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2 thoughts on “Sew a skirt for Elsa Mini Toddler doll w/free patterns @ ChellyWood.com #DollClothesPatterns #SewingFun

  1. Cute! Would the mini Elsa patterns fit the mini American Girl dolls? They might be a little too chunky…

    1. Actually, yes, this skirt pattern does fit the 6 inch mini AG dolls, but I’ve already posted a series of patterns for those dolls, including a skirt pattern. Here’s a link to my mini AG doll clothes gallery: https://chellywood.com/2019/08/21/free-sewing-patterns-for-6-inch-15-cm-ag-mini-dolls/

      Now please note that the Elsa pants pattern and the little Elsa Jacket pattern will not fit your 6 inch mini AG dolls. But I did try this Easter egg skirt on my mini AG, and it did fit her.

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