It’s the start of October, which is winter coat season in Idaho, where I live, so I thought I’d write a blog post about Simplicity Barbie doll clothes pattern 7601 because it offers a very nice coat and hat pattern, along with a purse.
I’ve written several blog posts on this particular pattern, often with a focus on “how to cut out doll clothes patterns,” which can be very helpful for the beginners who are just learning how to sew doll clothes.
But whether you’re new to sewing or you’ve got a ton of sewing experience under your belt, you’ll probably find at least one of these articles on Simplicity 7601 helpful. Take a look through the list below to read more about the pattern and to see what I’ve made with it:
- Make Barbie a winter coat, hat, and purse with Simplicity doll clothes pattern 7601
- Sewing a pillbox hat for Barbie, using felt and Simplicity 7601 doll clothes patterns
- How to cut out a Barbie doll clothes sewing pattern PART 1 (How do you read a pattern envelope?)
- How to cut out a Barbie doll clothes sewing pattern PART 2 (How do you cut out the tissue paper pattern?)
- How to cut out a Barbie doll clothes sewing pattern Part 3 (What do the arrows mean?)
- How to cut out a Barbie doll clothes sewing pattern Part 4 (How do you pin it to the fabric?)
- How to cut out a Barbie doll clothes sewing pattern Part 5 (How do you cut it?)
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Chelly Wood and the ChellyWood.com website are not affiliated with the pattern company or companies mentioned in this blog post, but Chelly finds inspiration in the doll clothes designed by these pattern companies. To purchase patterns from Simplicity, McCall’s, Butterick, Vogue, or other pattern companies shown and discussed in this blog post, please click on the links provided here. These links below the “Disclaimer” section do not help raise money for this free pattern website; they are only offered to give credit to the company that made these patterns.