Learning to sew with Butterick 6664 Marie Osmond Personality Doll Wardrobe doll clothes patterns #MarieOsmond #DollClothesPatterns

Here we see a photo of the Marie Osmond 6664 "Butterick's Personality Doll Wardrobe" envelope and its photo of an actual Marie Osmond doll modeling a red western shirt with white front yokes and a pair of shiny black pants. The pattern options to the doll's right are showing a yellow jumper (in the USA sense of "jumper" -- a sleeveless dress which is sometimes worn over a shirt): a floor length caftan dress with ribbon ties at the sleeve and a waistband; a blue, V-neck long-sleeved shirt with cuffs and a waistband; a long-sleeved white shirt with a collar and cuffs; a purple evening dance dress with a zig-zag-cut skirt and a bodice with straps that tie at the shoulders; a short camel-colored caftan blouse with a waistband and ribbon ties at the sleeves' ends; a green flared ice skater's skirt; a green body suit with long sleeves and a turtle neck.
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As you can see, the Marie Osmond Personality Doll Wardrobe 6664 from Butterick offers some really neat pattern options, but what you don’t see on the outside of the envelope is that these patterns actually come in two different sizes.

The back of the pattern envelope says that there are 30 pieces inside, but some fit an 11 to 12 and 1/2 inch fashion doll, and other pieces specifically fit a 30 inch (76 cm) tall doll. In fact, the pattern says views J, K and L are only for this bigger size of doll.

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Look, I know you’ve probably already heard about it, but my “How to Alter Doll Clothes Patterns” course on the Creative Spark online learning platform will teach you how to alter pants, skirts, dresses, and shirts too. If you haven’t looked into it yet, you can click here to learn more.

In this image, we see a woman's hands making an alteration to a pants pattern for a little 8 inch plush doll with jointed arms and legs. She works on a cutting mat with a pen, a pencil, a ruler, and two different paper patterns; one for pants and the other is a shorts pattern. The words say, "how to alter doll clothes patterns" and the URL for the class is also offered as follows: https://creativespark.ctpub.com/courses/alter-doll-clothes
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2 thoughts on “Learning to sew with Butterick 6664 Marie Osmond Personality Doll Wardrobe doll clothes patterns #MarieOsmond #DollClothesPatterns

  1. Hi, I love this pattern, I have almost done every cloth.
    I don’t know if it’s because my is a second print or because it is a Canadian edition but it has different length marked for both trousers and sleeves.
    It is reported that Osmond doll is slightly taller than an average Barbie or similar doll.
    I came to this pattern for the evening dress, even if I had no idea who Osmond was.

    1. I love this pattern too! And yes, the Marie Osmond doll is slightly bigger than Barbie, but the difference is very slight.

      I’m curious about the Canadian edition of the pattern! You’ve left me curious!

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