Easy sewing #project for Barbie #dolls’ #felt shirt @ ChellyWood.com

It didn’t take me long at all to whip up this adorable little outfit, so if you’re looking for some quick, easy-to-sew Barbie clothes, this week’s pattern is just what you’re looking for! Last week we made the skirt, but this week, I’m going to post the pattern and tutorial video for making the little green shirt shown in these images. Since it’s made with … Continue reading Easy sewing #project for Barbie #dolls’ #felt shirt @ ChellyWood.com

The image shows Made to Move Barbies with a regular Barbie doll in a fall harvest / garden diorama scene. This diorama photo comes from ChellyWood.com, a website offering free printable sewing patterns for Barbie and many other dolls. This diorama scene has fall leaves, a wheelbarrow full of harvested vegetables from a garden, and a stack of hay bales with an apple cider barrel behind them. In the distance a garden has a river running through it with a bridge over the water. In front of all this, the three Barbies stand holding hands, facing the camera in hand-sewn doll clothes. Their outfits include (first Barbie doll) a white tank top edged in red stitching, a pair of red shorts with white polka dots, and a pair of irrigation boots; (second Barbie doll) a sunflower-printed dress with fluttery sleeves and a gathered skirt that is edged in burgundy rick-rack, having a pinafore of yellow that matches its petticoat of yellow; (the third Barbie doll) wears a handmade bright green felt shirt with green lace straps and green lace edging the top of the shirt along with a lace-edged floral mini-skirt and green go-go boots. The overlay offers the website, "ChellyWood.com" which is a website where you can find free printable sewing patterns and tutorials fo r making each of these Barbie doll outfits.

Barbie #dolls’ #autumn wardrobe with #free #sewing #patterns @ ChellyWood.com

Do you recognize two of the outfits there? I’ve already posted the red and white shorts-and-tank-top set and the gold-and-burgundy sunflower dress with pinafore. Check out the links to make those cute little fall harvest (or summer) outfits. In the next two weeks, we’re going to wrap up this fall (if you’re in the northern hemisphere) or spring (if you’re in the southern hemisphere) fashion … Continue reading Barbie #dolls’ #autumn wardrobe with #free #sewing #patterns @ ChellyWood.com

Please visit ChellyWood.com for FREE printable sewing patterns for making doll clothes and craft items like this free Dutch windmill pincushion project. The image shows a pincushion that is shaped like a Dutch windmill from Holland (also known as the Netherlands). It is not only a pincushion, but it's also an embroidery sampler. This photo represents the final product created by Chelly Wood, a doll clothing designer who posted the free sewing pattern for her Dutch windmill pincushion on her website ChellyWood.com. This project uses felt, cotton, embroidery floss, silk roses, and a cloth-covered button. Anyone can download the free printable sewing pattern for making this windmill of Holland, as the pattern is absolutely free to the public, with a "creative commons attribution" mark on the paper pattern. In the Dutch language, one would call this a "Please visit ChellyWood.com for FREE printable sewing patterns for making doll clothes and craft items like this free Dutch windmill pincushion project." In German, it's a Dutch Windmühle Nadelkissen frei Nähmuster aus Holland. In Japanese, it's called a "オランダからのオランダの風車ピンクッションフリー縫製パターン" and in Chinese, you would call this a " 荷兰风车枕形免费缝纫模式从荷兰". The pattern comes with a free youtube tutorial video as well, and that can be found on Chelly Wood's channel: ChellyWood1. To print your free pin cushion pattern, just go to ChellyWood.com and click on her craft gallery page. Links from the image will lead you to all the patterns and tutorial videos you need for instructions to make a Dutch windmill pincushion (a great gift idea for someone who sews/seamstresses/sewists).

#GiftIdea: make a #Dutch windmill #pincushion for someone you #love!

I’m best known for my free doll clothes patterns and tutorials, but this week on ChellyWood.com, I’m going to share my beloved Dutch windmill pincushion project. Tomorrow I’ll be posting the free pattern, and Wednesday I’ll post the free tutorial video showing you how to make this darling little gem. This windmill pincushion project makes a great gift for anyone who loves miniatures, dolls, sewing, … Continue reading #GiftIdea: make a #Dutch windmill #pincushion for someone you #love!

#Fall #Harvest Separates for Barbie and Other Fashion #Dolls w/FREE #Patterns @ ChellyWood.com

Does that doll’s outfit look familiar? I’m guessing it probably doesn’t, even though it should. Adding embellishments to a garment (rickrack trim, a swatch of lace, bias tape, or embroidery) can magically transform the look of a garment! So let’s say you have an old stand-by pattern that you already know how to sew. You’ve made three or four outfits in different colors and prints … Continue reading #Fall #Harvest Separates for Barbie and Other Fashion #Dolls w/FREE #Patterns @ ChellyWood.com

The image shows a GI Joe doll wearing a pair of handmade shorts or boxers. Behind him, on a spackled wall, is a classical painting, and under that is a work desk with computer, printer, and an office-style desk lamp. A folding chair is pushed up to the desk. G.I. Joe seems to look off into the distance, modeling his argyle shorts/ underwear with a nonchalant look on his scarred fact. The GIjoe action figure is African American, with sculpted abs and bare feet. The overlay offers the website where the free printable sewing patterns for making these shorts can be found: ChellyWood.com.

This week we’re #sewing a pair of #boxer #shorts for male #dolls and action figures @ ChellyWood.com

This week’s free, printable sewing pattern is for making a pair of boxers or summer shorts to fit broad-bodied dolls like G.I. Joe action figures, Broad Ken dolls, and similar-sized 12-inch male dolls. I know that a lot of my followers like to sew for Barbie and Ken, but were you aware that Ken’s shape has recently changed? Yes, Mattel still offers the slender, sleek … Continue reading This week we’re #sewing a pair of #boxer #shorts for male #dolls and action figures @ ChellyWood.com

The image shows Chelly Wood's hand holding a delicately hand-stitched dress made of burgundy fabric that's dotted with little yellow sunflowers. A yellow petticoat dips out from under the full skirt of the dress, and the dress's rickrack edging forms a wavy scallop along the division line between the dress itself and the petticoat. The dress has very short cap sleeves. The petticoat, too, has a scalloped edge, which has been formed by attaching rickrack to the underside of the petticoat. This handmade dress will fit Barbie and most 11.5 inch fashion dolls of similar size and shape. The overlay on this photograph says: ChellyWood.com, "Free printable sewing patterns for dolls of many shapes and sizes."

Sew a #sunflower #harvest #season dress for #dolls w/FREE pattern @ ChellyWood.com

This week’s project is what I’ve dubbed my “Sunflower Harvest” dress. It’s designed for most 11.5 inch fashion dolls, including but not limited to Mattel’s Barbie, Queens of Africa, the old Spin Master Liv dolls from the 1990’s, the 10 or 11-inch Disney Princess dolls, and many similar-sized fashion dolls. After making this dress, I gave it away to a friend’s little girl. Unfortunately, I … Continue reading Sew a #sunflower #harvest #season dress for #dolls w/FREE pattern @ ChellyWood.com

#Sew a Pinafore-style #Apron for Fashion #Dolls w/free pattern@ ChellyWood.com

Isn’t that an adorable harvest scene? This “harvest dress and pinafore” was part of a little girl’s birthday gift that I made. The pinafore is actually a re-design of the reversible hairdresser’s apron pattern that I made and posted back in 2016. (Click here for a link to that project.) This week I’m going to focus on the pinafore, as it can be complicated if … Continue reading #Sew a Pinafore-style #Apron for Fashion #Dolls w/free pattern@ ChellyWood.com