Image shows a pattern for making doll sandals. The tutorial that this video header accompanies will show you how to make sandals for dolls in the size ranges which include 14 inch dolls, 15 inch dolls, 16 inch dolls, 17 inch dolls, and 18 inch dolls. The pattern includes a foam sole pattern and a pattern for the ribbon, bias tape, or elastic strap that goes across the top of the doll's foot. The image has a watermark for the website ChellyWood.com where you can view the tutorial video and download the free printable patterns for making these doll sandals.

We’re making sandals for #Dolls @ ChellyWood.com! #crafty #AmericanGirl

As promised, here are the free, printable patterns for making the sandals you see in my DIY tutorial video above: 18 inch (46 cm) doll sandal pattern (FREE) 14 inch to 16 inch (35 cm to 41 cm) doll sandal pattern (also FREE to download and print) This is the last printable accessory pattern to…

The image shows a free printable doll clothes sewing pattern for making a DIY gym bag, duffle bag, kit bag, or duffel bag for American Girl 18" dolls. This is also the free printable pattern for making a no-sew slide-style shoe, flip-flop, thong, or sandal to fit 18" American Girl dolls and Madame Alexander dolls (46 cm), or any other dolls in that size range. The pattern is marked with the website ChellyWood.com and the creative commons attribution symbol. The sandal pattern is marked with an easy-to-sew mark and the travel bag is marked with a more advanced sewing project symbol. This free printable sewing pattern is designed to accompany doll clothes that also have free patterns for 18" or 18-inch or 46 cm dolls like American Girl and Madame Alexander and Liberty Jane dolls.

Free 18-inch doll sandal pattern for making a #dolls #summer shoes @ ChellyWood.com #crafty!

As promised in Monday’s post, here’s my pattern for a pair of sandals to fit dolls like American Girl Dolls, Madame Alexander Dolls, and similar brands of 18 inch / 46 cm dolls. Once you print the pattern, then cut it out, and finally use it to trace the sole of your doll’s sandals, you’ll find the foam sole…

Image shows a pair of sandals worn on the feet of a 46 cm Madame Alexander doll with the watermark "ChellyWood.com" which also says "free patterns and tutorials". This image accompanies a series of free patterns and tutorials for making a pair of AG doll (American Girl doll), Madame Alexander doll, Wellie Wisher doll, Hearts for Hearts girl dolls (Hearts4Hearts girls), Velvet and Crissy dolls, and many other dolls in the 14-inch, 15-inch, 16 inch, 17 inch, and 18 inch doll size range. This image was posted on the Monday before the release of the FREE printable pattern and easy-to-follow DIY tutorial showing how to make doll sandals from foam, ribbon, bias tape, glue, and /or elastic ribbons. ChellyWood.com offers lots of free printable patterns for doll clothes, doll shoes, doll sandals, and so much more. Each pattern comes with a youtube tutorial that shows you exactly how to make the item of doll clothes. So please visit ChellyWood.com for FREE printable doll clothes /doll shoes/ doll sandals patterns and tutorials.

#DIY #Dolls’ Sandals–making EASY #foam sandals @ ChellyWood.com #Crafts

As the blog post heading suggests, these sandals are SUPER easy to make! Tomorrow I’ll be posting a free, printable craft pattern for making the DIY sandals shown above. Tomorrow’s pattern is designed to fit 18″ dolls (46 cm dolls) like American Girl dolls and Madame Alexander dolls. But there’s also a special surprise this…

#Sew pants and a #summer shirt for Barbie #Dreamtopia Endless Hair #Kingdom 17″ #Dolls w/free patterns @ ChellyWood.com

Can you imagine my surprise when I discovered that my regular-fashion-doll-sized felt shirt pattern also fit Barbie Dreamtopia Endless Hair Kingdom 17″ Dolls? Granted, without the embellishment at the bottom, it looks more like a crop top, as you can see in this photo. But it does fit! The pants or jeans shown in the image…

Happy #4thOfJuly from the #dolls @ ChellyWood.com #IndependenceDay #YAY!

Are you celebrating US Independence Day? Want to sew up some doll clothes on your day off? Here are all the FREE patterns and tutorials you’ll need to make the outfit shown above, which fits Barbie Dreamtopia Endless Hair Kingdom 17″ Dolls from Mattel: Here’s the free printable sewing pattern for the shirt Here’s the tutorial showing…

Please visit ChellyWood.com for FREE printable sewing patterns to fit dolls of many shapes and sizes. Image shows Mattel's Endless Hair Kingdom 17-inch (43 cm) Barbie doll wearing a handmade jacket with a pencil skirt. This combination outfit makes a lovely business suit. Free patterns and easy-to-follow tutorial videos for sewing these doll clothes for your Endless Hair Kingdom princess doll (17 inches tall) can be found at ChellyWood.com and the patterns are free to download and print.

FREE #doll clothes #patterns for 17″ Endless Hair Kingdom Barbie #Dolls @ ChellyWood.com

Would you like to make the outfit shown in the image above? Here are all the patterns and tutorials you will need to sew the outfit in that photo: Here’s the free printable sewing pattern for the shirt/jacket You’ll also need this pattern for the long sleeve Here’s the tutorial showing you how to make the shirt/jacket Here’s the…

Please visit ChellyWood.com for FREE printable sewing patterns to fit dolls of many shapes and sizes. Image shows Endless hair princess Barbie standing next to Mattel's Tall Barbie and Spin Master's Liv dolls for a comparative study of the heights of these different dolls. The dolls are all wearing hand-made doll clothes, and the watermark says, "ChellyWood.com: free printable sewing patterns and more." The website does, in fact, offer free sewing patterns to fit all of these dolls, and it has free tutorial videos as well, showing how to make these doll clothes using the patterns which you can download and print for free.

How tall are Mattel’s Endless #Hair Kingdom #Princess #Dolls? Find measurements @ ChellyWood.com

Last Christmas I got an Endless Hair Kingdom Princess Barbie doll from my family, and I’ve discovered that she can swap clothes with some dolls that I already have. So today I’m posting a quick study of the doll’s height as compared to other dolls. Then later this week, I’ll post free patterns and tutorial…