Make a 1970’s outfit for your Monster High dolls w/today’s free patterns @ #MonsterHigh #DollClothesPatterns

In this photo, the Draculaura doll faces slightly to the left of the camera. She's wearing a handmade bell sleeve shirt and handmade bell bottoms with a striped cotton fabric. The stripes form a rainbow. She stands on a concrete floor with a pale blue background behind her. the dolls long black hair falls behind her in a straight curtain. The logo appears in one corner of the image.
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Yesterday I gave you the tutorial video for making these adorable rainbow, bell-bottom, elastic-waist pants, and today I’m going to give you the pattern for the long-sleeved shirt.

Full disclosure: it’s actually the same shirt I used with my Rose Winslow pinafore (suffragist costume) from last week, but for anyone who has enrolled in my “How to Alter Doll Clothes Patterns” course, you should be able to adapt the shirt’s tapered sleeves to form a bell sleeve, just by using your template as a guide.

I got my rainbow-stripe fabric from the $1.99 fat quarters sales at JoAnn Fabrics and Crafts, but it has been a while ago. So you may have trouble finding the exact same fabric today.

For both the bell bottoms and the blouse, I recommend using cotton fabric, and for the pants you’ll also need 1/8 inch elastic. The shirt uses two teeny-tiny buttons at the top, along the neckline, and I used size 4/0 snaps for my shirt’s back closure.

In the tutorial video for the pants, I mention my little Fiskars clipping scissors, which are a fantastic tool for those of us who regularly sew doll clothes!

When I wrote this blog post (a few weeks ago), the little Fiskars clipping scissors were on sale, so hopefully the sale hasn’t ended when this posts.

Today’s pattern will fit these dolls:

*You may find your Kuu Kuu Harajuku dolls will need to wear high heels with these very long pants.

Here are your free, printable PDF sewing patterns and links to some helpful tutorial videos:

*The long-sleeved shirt pattern comes with a tapered sleeve. For those of you who are already enrolled in my Creative Spark class, “How to Alter Doll Clothes Patterns,” I think you can easily adapt this, using the bell sleeve template concept on your pattern template pages. But if you have any issues, just get in touch with me. I’m happy to answer questions!

If you’ve been thinking about taking my “How to Alter Doll Clothes Patterns” course, you may find it helpful to know that, for any class on Creative Spark, there’s no time limit to your courses. You can just take your time and learn at the pace that suits you.

As always, feel free to pinlike, or tweet about my free patterns and tutorials. Here’s an image you’re welcome to share on social media:

The image shows Monster High Draculaura wearing a pair of rainbow print (gay pride) bell bottoms and a bell sleeved blouse. The blouse is made of white cotton and has long bell sleeves. The pants are made of wide (about one centimeter or slightly less) vertical stripes in the following colors: yellow, orange, hot pink, blue, and other colors are hidden behind her. The logo appears in the corner. If you would like to sew these rainbow pants or the bell bottom shirt, you can find the free printable PDF sewing patterns for these Monster High (or Ever After High) doll clothes at Chelly Wood dot com.
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