Make a super simple DIY dollhouse table for Barbie and similar-sized dolls


Today it’s time to create a lovely, circular table for your 1:6 scale doll dioramas. Just follow along, and this easy-peasy tutorial will show you exactly how it’s done.

In this photo from Romeo and Juliet with dolls, a Momoko doll's hand rests upon the surface of a small round wooden table. Slightly out of focus at the back of the table are bottles and goblets of wine. IN the foreground, miniature bread has been sliced ad is resting on a cutting board. The doll's arm is clothed in royal blue Renaissance clothing, laced up with blue ribbon, her sleeve tightly surrounding the white shift which she wears under her long blue dress with gold embroidery.
Please visit for free printable PDF sewing patterns and tutorial videos for making doll clothes to fit dolls of many shapes and all different sizes.

This tutorial video goes back to 2016, though, so I didn’t have the software to make a voiceover for my videos back then. You’ll have to just read the text and follow along as photos are displayed.

This table project was made for my Romeo and Juliet with Dolls stop-motion video. If you’d like to see the full playlist of Acts I through IV (Act V is still in the videography stage), please click on this link.

In a scene from Chelly Wood's Romeo and Juliet with dolls, Romeo and Juliet hold hands in front of a table loaded with food for a feast. The dolls wear Renaissance clothing in blue and white and brown. The photo has been taken from above.
Please visit for free printable PDF sewing patterns and tutorial videos for making doll clothes to fit dolls of many shapes and all different sizes.

If you’re here for free sewing patterns, don’t worry; I’ll return to that concept shortly.

School is underway, and I’ll need a bit of a break at the start of the school year. (As many of my regular followers know, I’m a school librarian in my “day job.”)

So I’m going to reach back in my archive from time to time, to bring you some “oldies but goodies” from my early DIY video-making days!

The image shows the Chelly Wood doll from viewing her computer screen, and on the screen is the YouTube channel entitled "Pipe Cleaner Crafts," which is the topic of this week's hashtag Friday follow feature on
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For anyone who would like to expand their dolls’ wardrobes, you should really check out my “How to Alter Doll Clothes Patterns” course and my “Design Your Own Doll Pants Patterns from Scratch” class on the Creative Spark online learning platform. Here’s my bio page on their website, where you can learn more.

This image shows four rows of artist's renderings of doll clothing items. The top row shows four different styles of pants. The second row shows four different styles of shirts. The third row shows four different styles of skirts. The fourth row shows four different styles of dresses, with skirts in long, short, and mid-length styles. The text reads at the top, "Classes in Doll Clothing Design" followed by this paragraph: "Have you ever wished you could create patterns of your own? Click on the links to Chelly's online courses below, to learn more about her paid courses in doll clothing pattern design techniques."

For any class on Creative Spark, you don’t have to follow a schedule. Just sign up when you’re ready.

It’s a one-time fee for the course, and there’s no specific time limit to finish your course. You can just take your time and learn at the pace that suits you. So go check out my paid courses on Creative Spark, using this link.

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