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Over the past few weeks, I’ve shared with you a few photos of various dolls wearing the handmade doll clothes that I gave to a little girl who lives near me. You may or may not have noticed the cloth-covered hangers that are being used on my “laundry line” of doll clothes in this little girl’s wardrobe.
Today’s tutorial will show you how to make one of these cloth-covered hangers. All you’ll need is some thin cardboard, a plastic hook (like a pair of socks hangs from in a clothing store), a glue gun, some small-print or solid cotton fabrics, and a needle and thread.
If you haven’t been saving plastic hooks, have a look back at an earlier craft tutorial, in which I taught you how to make your own hangers out of chenille stems. You can use those hangers instead of the plastic hooks from sock displays.
These hangers will fit most fashion doll clothes, like Barbie, Skipper, Momoko, Spin Master Liv dolls, and many more. Here’s a close-up image of the Tressy doll jumper hanging from my little black cloth-covered hanger, for example:
It doesn’t take long to make either!
Here’s the free printable PDF sewing pattern for making today’s craft project:
- Free Printable PDF Sewing Pattern for Making a Cloth Covered Doll Clothes Hanger Craft Project
- You may also need to watch “How to Do a Whipstitch”
- The tutorial for making the hanger is at the top of this page
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