The image shows a Wellie Wisher doll in a turquoise skirt with a pretty ruffle at the bottom and a multi-colored retro-print floral tank top. This image comes from ChellyWood.com, a website with hundreds of free printable PDF sewing patterns and tutorial videos showing how to make each doll clothes item. Visit ChellyWood.com for your free printable PDF sewing patterns for making this outfit to fit Wellie Wishers and other 14 inch dolls.

Make a ruffle-edged skirt and summer shirt for Wellies and Other 14″ to 15 inch (35 to 38 cm) dolls @ ChellyWood.com #freePatterns #sewingProjects

  Scroll down to the second set of bullets for the free PDF sewing patterns and tutorial videos. Today’s outfit will fit the 14.5 inch Wellie Wisher dolls and a whole bunch of other dolls in a similar size range! Just look at the list below to see all the dolls that can wear it… Today’s free printable PDF skirt and shirt patterns will fit … Continue reading Make a ruffle-edged skirt and summer shirt for Wellies and Other 14″ to 15 inch (35 to 38 cm) dolls @ ChellyWood.com #freePatterns #sewingProjects

This image is a screenshot of the gallery of free printable sewing patterns found on the free doll clothes pattern website, ChellyWood.com. Among the doll clothes offered in this gallery are a pair of shorts, a t-shirt, two different styles of skirts, a pair of tights, and a purse to fit 8 inch dolls like Doc McStuffins (a trademark toy which Disney owns the license for). Chelly Wood and her website are not affiliated with Doc McStuffins, but as an independent artist, Chelly has designed these and other free printable sewing patterns for doll clothes that will fit the Doc McStuffins doll and other dolls in the same size range.

Free Sewing Patterns for 8 Inch (20 cm) Doc McStuffins Dolls (Gallery)

If you’d like to make one of the outfits shown in this gallery, just follow these directions: Click on the photograph of the outfit you’d like to sew. This will take you to a larger image of the photo. Beneath the larger image is a link to a blog post for all the free doll clothes patterns and tutorials you’ll need to make that outfit. … Continue reading Free Sewing Patterns for 8 Inch (20 cm) Doc McStuffins Dolls (Gallery)

The image shows Mattel's Curvy Barbie modeling a hand-made shirt with cloth-covered tiny buttons. Each button is encompassed by a floss loop, all hand-made by the seamstress who blogs here, at ChellyWood.com.

How to Tell When a Sewing Pattern Is NOT for Beginners (Part 3: Know Your Notions) #SewMuchFun #SewingNotions

  For the past two Mondays, we’ve been looking at Simplicity doll clothes pattern #4654, which is a super fun pattern for those of us who have been sewing for a while. However, in the image below, I’ve underlined some key terms that tell us this isn’t the ideal pattern for the absolute beginner. Today I’m going to talk about why certain sewing notions (those … Continue reading How to Tell When a Sewing Pattern Is NOT for Beginners (Part 3: Know Your Notions) #SewMuchFun #SewingNotions

The image shows Barbie's little sister Stacie wearing a handmade tank top that's purple with white polka dots over a short lavender-colored skirt. The little doll peers into a standing mirror, and in the mirror's reflection we see Stacy's smiling face. It looks like she's very pleased with her handmade doll clothes! If you'd like to make this summer shirt and short skirt doll clothes set for Stacie or another 8-inch or 9-inch doll (like Lottie dolls, Bratz dolls, Mego female action figures, or similar sized dolls), visit ChellyWood.com where you can find the free printable PDF sewing patterns and tutorial videos that will show you exactly how to sew these doll clothes.

Stacie Doll Clothes Patterns and Tutorial Videos @ ChellyWood.com #LittleSister #StacieDoll

Please scroll down to the second set of bullets for the free printable PDF sewing pattern and links to any additional relevant tutorial videos. Of course yesterday we saw the tutorial for making the shirt shown in the image at the top. But today I’m posting the tutorial videos and patterns for the entire outfit: the sleeveless summer shirt and the elastic-waist skirt shown on … Continue reading Stacie Doll Clothes Patterns and Tutorial Videos @ ChellyWood.com #LittleSister #StacieDoll

Where do you find free printable sewing patterns for Stacie doll or 8-inch doll clothes? ChellyWood.com offers free printable sewing patterns for making doll clothes to fit dolls of many shapes and all different sizes. And that includes doll clothes to fit lots of 8 inch or 9 inch (23 cm, 24 cm, 25 cm) dolls like Lottie dolls, Stacey dolls, and Bratz dolls, just to name a few. Today's tutorial video and free shirt pattern will show you how to make a summer top like a tank top or sleeveless summer shirt for dolls in the 8 inch to 9 inch size range, including Stacie and others.

Stacie Doll Free Summer Shirt Pattern w/Sewing Tutorial at ChellyWood.com #Handmade #Stitchery

Please scroll down to the second set of bullets for the free printable PDF sewing pattern and links to any additional relevant tutorial videos. In the northern hemisphere, summer is coming to an end, but for all my followers in the southern hemisphere, spring is just beginning! So here’s a summer shirt for 8 inch dolls like Mattel’s Stacie (from the Barbie family of dolls). … Continue reading Stacie Doll Free Summer Shirt Pattern w/Sewing Tutorial at ChellyWood.com #Handmade #Stitchery

Click on the link in the caption for the free printable sewing patterns and tutorial videos showing how to make these doll clothes. The image show a vintage Tammy doll (by Ideal Toy Corp.) wearing handmade capri pants and a sleeveless shirt. The clothing's fabric is soft flannel, and the shirt is trimmed with cotton bias tape. The doll stands in a 1:6 scale museum with a bust of a composer in front of her and the famous Degas ballerinas behind her. On the wall is a Van Gogh and to the doll's right is a painting of an origami crane. The watermark tells you where you can download the free printable sewing patterns for making Tammy doll clothes in the form of a PDF downloadable pattern: ChellyWood.com

Sew these pretty doll clothes for your vintage Tammy doll w/ free #Patterns @ ChellyWood.com #VintageDolls

A while back, I gave you the shorts-with-sleeveless shirt pajama set for Tammy or Sindy dolls. During that week, I may have mentioned that I was planning to post another outfit for Tammy, but it never happened. There was a technical glitch that kept this blog post from loading on my website during that last week of August. So without further ado, here are the … Continue reading Sew these pretty doll clothes for your vintage Tammy doll w/ free #Patterns @ ChellyWood.com #VintageDolls

In this image, we see an 18 inch doll modeling a sleeveless shirt with an elastic-waist skirt. The fabric is made of a confetti-patterned cotton. The patterns are free and printable for sewing these doll clothes for your 18 inch dolls, using the "Creative Commons Attribution" mark, and you can download the free PDF patterns for these doll clothes at ChellyWood.com (but by downloading these free PDFs you agree to share images of these patterns with your friends, family, and followers, so they too will know where to find free printable sewing PDF patterns for 18" doll clothes online).

Sew this “Confetti” top and skirt set for 18-inch dolls (with free patterns) @ ChellyWood.com #18inchDolls #DollPlay

Scroll down to the second set of bullets for the free PDF sewing patterns. Summer is winding down, but I’ve wanted to finish posting the patterns and tutorials for making this pretty “confetti” top and matching skirt for a long time. So this week, I’m making sure I get this set posted! Today’s free printable PDF doll clothes sewing patterns will fit the following dolls: … Continue reading Sew this “Confetti” top and skirt set for 18-inch dolls (with free patterns) @ ChellyWood.com #18inchDolls #DollPlay

How to Tell When a Sewing Pattern Is NOT for Beginners (Part 2: Know Your Fabrics) #LearningToSew #Fabrics

  Last week we took a look at this pattern from Simplicity (doll clothes pattern #4654) which is a fantastic pattern for those of us who have been sewing for a while. However, in the image below, I’ve underlined some key terms that tell us this isn’t the ideal pattern for the absolute beginner. I’ve underlined some of the recommended fabrics on the pattern, and … Continue reading How to Tell When a Sewing Pattern Is NOT for Beginners (Part 2: Know Your Fabrics) #LearningToSew #Fabrics

This is the featured image for a blog page on the website ChellyWood.com, where you can download and print free PDF sewing patterns for making doll clothes to fit dolls of many shapes and sizes, including but not limited to doll clothes for Bratz dolls and many other 8-inch to 9-inch fashion dolls (that's a 20 cm, 21, cm, 22 cm, or 23 cm doll). Here we see a mirror image of a Bratz doll wearing a handmade outfit. The figure on the left wears a pink tank top with a 3-tier ruffled skirt; the figure on the right wears a purple tank top with the same 3-tier ruffled skirt. These two tank tops are in fact the same tank top, but it has been sewn to be a reversible garment.

Free printable PDF sewing patterns and tutorials for making Bratz doll clothes @ ChellyWood.com #BratzDolls #DollClothes

Please scroll down to the second set of bullets for the free printable PDF sewing patterns and links to the tutorial videos. Today’s pattern for a tank top is actually reversible, so if you scroll down toward the bottom, you’ll see the same tank top on my Bratz doll, but it has been flipped around to the purple side. The tutorial video for today’s skirt … Continue reading Free printable PDF sewing patterns and tutorials for making Bratz doll clothes @ ChellyWood.com #BratzDolls #DollClothes

This is the YouTube header for a tutorial video that shows you how to make a reversible tank top for Bratz dolls and other 8" or 9" (20 cm to 23 cm) dolls. The image shows a Bratz doll wearing the tank top, which is made of cotton fabric with fabric straps. The overlay says, "8 inch to 9 inch dolls DIY summer to with free patterns" and you can access the free patterns through ChellyWood.com

Sew a reversible tank top for Bratz dolls with this week’s free pattern @ ChellyWood.com #BratzDolls #DollClothes

Please scroll down to the second set of bullets for the free printable PDF sewing pattern and links to any additional relevant tutorial videos. I often get requests for more free Bratz doll clothes patterns, so I thought it was time to address these requests. But let me also state that the 8″ Bratz dolls can sometimes swap clothes with many of the other 8″ … Continue reading Sew a reversible tank top for Bratz dolls with this week’s free pattern @ ChellyWood.com #BratzDolls #DollClothes

Here we see a vintage Francie doll seated in a folding chair. She models handmade doll clothes that were made using the free printable PDF sewing patterns found at ChellyWood.com including a raglan-sleeved T-shirt and a three-tier (3-tier) skirt. The raglan-sleeved shirt is white with a red collar and red sleeves (made of jersey fabric). The 3-tier skirt is green with red apples and darker green leaves (made of cotton fabric). The doll also wears a pair of red flip-flop sandals. The watermark reminds us to visit ChellyWood.com for free printable sewing patterns for making this and many other outfits.

Welcome fall by sewing something fun for your vintage Francie doll w/free printable PDF sewing patterns @ ChellyWood.com #sewingfun #WelcomeFall

For your free patterns and tutorial videos, please scroll down to the second set of bullets. Last week we made a raglan-sleeved T-shirt and a pretty 3-tier skirt for Disney Princess dolls, but this outfit can fit on a lot of other dolls too. I just love how it looks on my vintage Francie doll! With that cute apple-patterned cotton 3-tier skirt, she looks like … Continue reading Welcome fall by sewing something fun for your vintage Francie doll w/free printable PDF sewing patterns @ ChellyWood.com #sewingfun #WelcomeFall

The image shows a Ken doll dressed as Romeo and a Momoko doll dressed as Juliet. The image has been altered using Paint2 style in Comic Life, to give it a soft, painted look to the photograph.

Which Romeo and Juliet do you like best? Please VOTE! #GraphicNovel #LiteraryClassics

As some of my regular followers already know, I’ve created three acts of Romeo and Juliet in stop motion, but the fourth and fifth acts have not yet been completed. (My shortened version didn’t do well on YouTube, so I removed it.) And many of you know that I’m both a school librarian and a writer. As such, I’m aware that schoolteachers all over the … Continue reading Which Romeo and Juliet do you like best? Please VOTE! #GraphicNovel #LiteraryClassics