Lessons from Vintage Doll Clothes Patterns (Gallery)

NOTE: These are not free doll clothes patterns! If you would like to download any of the hundreds of free, printable sewing patterns that I offer on this website, please view this video to learn how to find free patterns to fit the doll you’re sewing for.

With that said, please click on the doll clothes patterns you would like to learn lessons from or learn more about:

I created my “Lessons from Vintage Doll Clothes Patterns” gallery for a.) beginners who are just learning to sew and would like to expand their doll clothes sewing knowledge, b.) people who collect vintage doll clothes patterns, and c.) anyone who may benefit from insights about vintage doll clothes sewing patterns.

Not what you’re looking for? Behind the scenes, I’m creating a series of classes in doll clothing design techniques, so you can design your own doll clothes patterns for your dolls, using simple techniques, household tools, and your amazing imagination!

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." If you sign up for one of Chelly Wood's Creative Spark online courses, you can create a doll wardrobe to suit dolls of any shape and size. Find out more at CreativeSpark.ctpub.com

 Click on this link to learn more about my paid courses on the Creative Spark Online Learning platform.

If you would like to work with me collaboratively or interview me for a sewing podcast (or other media), you can find out more about how to contact me and my literary agent on the About the Designer page.

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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.

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