Let’s make a Christmas skirt and tunic for Monster High or Ever After High dolls w/free patterns @ ChellyWood.com

Standing in a room with a pink wall behind her and a white floor, we see an Ever After High doll with ginger hair that's braided down her back. She wears black handmade Mary Jane style shoes, a lace-trimmed pirate-style tunic with a big collar, and beneath this is a pretty little short skirt made of greenish-teal-colored medallion-printed cotton fabric. Poking out from beneath the cotton fabric of the skirt is a pretty lace trim. The ChellyWood.com logo appears in one corner.
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Isn’t that a pretty little skirt with lace trim? Actually, it would be more accurate to say I’m using the lace as a petticoat here.

You could also use tulle the exact same way, but it would look more like this, with tulle:

The image shows an Ever After High doll wearing a handmade skirt with shamrocks all over the fabric. Under the skirt is opaque black tulle to give the skirt's base a wispy look.
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So, it’s not that different with tulle, but you’d have to imagine the shamrock-patterned skirt with a Christmas print fabric and maybe a different color of tulle.

Here we see a collage of eight different Christmas or holiday fabric patterns. In the first row we see (left to right) a green sweater fabric with tiny reindeer, a white fabric with light blue swirls and holiday images, a green-on-red plaid, and a white sweater fabric with tiny red snowflakes and trees in a row. The bottom row of fabrics can be described as follows (again, left to right): Christmas gnomes, sprigs of evergreen trees with red and white dots scattered about, white fabric with red holiday candy stripes, and green leaves with red berries. In the center of the collage, the white words "holiday fabrics" appears on a green strip.
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Anyway, if you would like to make today’s outfit, which should fit most Monster High and Ever After High dolls, or other dolls with a similar super-slender body type, you’ll need some very small Dritz snaps, plain white cotton fabric (for the tunic), lace trim for the tunic’s sleeves and longer lace trim for the petticoat, some 1/8 inch elastic for the skirt, and a holiday print fabric for the skirt’s outer layer.

A pretty ginger-haired Ever After High doll models a handmade outfit from doll clothing designer, Chelly Wood. The photographer took this photo from above, and the background is a mottled turquoise blue. The floor under the doll's feet is white. Her tunic, which reminds us of a pirate's tunic, is made of white cotton with tiny snaps running down the front as a means of closure. Her sleeves are trimmed in lace, and the blousy tunic has a wide collar. Under this, she wears a greenish-teal colored skirt trimmed in lace and a pair of black Mary Jane shoes. All of her clothing items are handmade by Chelly Wood, and the patterns for making this outfit are free at Chelly Wood dot com.
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My doll is also wearing little black Mary Janes. You can learn more about how to make those if you click here. The pattern for the Mary Janes is included below.

Today’s free doll clothes patterns will fit these dolls:

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On a pink background, we see a deep green, almost teal colored skirt with white lace. The green of the skirt is marked with a series of interlocking medallion like patterns made of a black background color and some purplish pink inner markings. The lace has a similar geometric pattern, and the scalloped edge of the lace peeks out under the hem of the skirt. The skirt is gathered at the waist.
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To honor the trademark rights of the doll 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.

Monster High, Ever After High, Kuu Kuu Harajuku, and vintage Sunshine Family 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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