At the start of July, I revised the layout of this website to include alphabetical order of the different dolls’ brand names. So I thought it would be wise to update the video that shows how to find free patterns on this website.
Are you lovin’ all this free stuff from ChellyWood.com? Please show your support by telling people about ChellyWood.com.
That’s what the “Creative Commons Attribution” mark on my patterns means: if you use my free patterns and tutorials, you should tell people where you got all this great free stuff!
- You can pin my patterns on Pinterest.
- You can like them on Facebook.
- You can tweet about them.
- Use any other form of social media that appeals to you!
You also support the funding of this free pattern website every time you purchase the fabrics and sewing notions you need, using links provided by me. When you make a purchase using one of my links, this website gets a small percentage of the money you spend.
What do I use this money for? Mostly, I use it to pay fees. For example, I pay a yearly fee for the software I use to make my tutorial videos on YouTube. I pay a yearly fee for the online space where the patterns’ PDF documents are stored. I pay WordPress as my webhost for this website. Etc…
And then, as I said in yesterday’s blog post, I give 10% of the actual earnings (after paying off all the fees) to the charity or good-will service of my choice. So it’s a win-win situation, no matter how you look at it!
This site has been steadily growing over time, and with it, my YouTube channel, ChellyWood1.
In fact, ChellyWood1 is nearing the 10,000-subscriber milestone… What should I do to celebrate that enormous milestone?
I’ve thought about finishing my stop motion video series of Romeo and Juliet with Dolls and publishing it on my YouTube channel to celebrate this milestone. If you like that idea, choose “Other” or add it as an additional topic in the poll you see below.
But no matter what your opinion, I’d like to know how you’d like to celebrate this milestone with me. So please do vote! Thanks in advance!
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The free printable PDF sewing patterns offered here on this website are the designs of Chelly Wood, and each one is marked with a Creative Commons Attribution mark. Any similarity to other companies’ or other crafters’ projects of a similar nature is unintended.
4 thoughts on “How to find free doll clothes patterns for dolls of many shapes and sizes @ ChellyWood.com #SewWithMe #DollClothesPatterns”
Thank you Chelly, for all the hard and wonderful work you have done and still do. Y GOD BLESS YOY.
Your comments are always so kind, Jeretta. 🙂
so wonderful of you to share the patterns for free…wish I could find something for my daughters “old” (!) Little Huggums madame Alexander doll – any suggestions? She is 11.5″ and soft body…beautiful doll – her first doll!!
In all honesty, I designed my paid courses because I get so many questions like this. The world has SO many dolls! And I can’t design patterns for all of them (although I’m certainly trying!), so I created courses on the Creative Spark website, where people can either design their own doll pants patterns from scratch or alter my patterns to fit the doll they are sewing for. Later, I hope to include more courses for designing your own doll clothing items from scratch: shirts, dresses, hats, etc…