Image shows Mattel's Ken doll wearing a traditional Kwanzaa hat with a green geometric-patterned shirt and mustard yellow pants. The female fashion doll standing beside him is a "Photographer" doll from the Lammily doll company. She has a curly afro hairstyle, and she wears a hand-made poncho with a colorful African-style print. Her skirt is red with a sparkly overlay of tulle. Behind them, on the wall, is a painting of Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, and the furniture behind them consists of a wicker loveseat and a dark wood china hutch (which houses both elegant pieces of china and a collection of books). The dolls appear to be in close contact, with the male Ken doll placing his arm lightly around the female Lammily doll. Overlay says, "ChellyWood.com: free printable sewing patterns and tutorials."

FREE #Kwanzaa #AfricanAmerican #dolls’ clothes patterns @ ChellyWood.com

If you’re not familiar with Kwanzaa, there are a number of resources available to you on the web. I recommend that you google the term and learn a little about this very special holiday celebrated by many Americans of African heritage. To honor this holiday, I’ve designed a poncho pattern for fashion dolls. It fits…

Please visit ChellyWood.com for FREE printable sewing patterns to fit dolls of many shapes and sizes. The image shows a Mattel Barbie doll wearing a hand-made felt shirt with lace straps and a lace embellishment at the top of the chest area. The overlay says "easy-sew shirt" and offers the URL ChellyWood.com, where crafters and sewing enthusiasts (or even just people learning how to sew--absolute beginners at sewing) can learn to sew this doll's shirt in a short amount of time. Both the free doll clothes patterns and tutuorial videos are provided (tutorial video on youtube) to help kids or adults learn to sew barbie-sized clothes for dolls.

Sewing #dolls’ clothes with these #free patterns is one of those #CraftsForKids worth doing!

Last week I showed you how to make the super-easy-to-sew skirt that’s shown in today’s DIY tutorial, and I gave you the free skirt pattern too. Today I’m sharing my tutorial for making a super-easy-to-sew Barbie-sized shirt, made from felt and swatches of ruffled lace. Even children and absolute beginners can make this easy-sew doll…

Please visit ChellyWood.com for FREE printable sewing patterns for dolls of many shapes and sizes. Image shows a pattern for the bodice of a fashion doll quinceanera dress to fit dolls the size of Barbies or other similar-sized fashion dolls. The pattern includes three different bodice styles.

Free #sewing pattern for Barbie #dolls’ #DIY shirt @ ChellyWood.com

For easy access, here’s a more direct link to the free fashion doll pattern shown in the image above: Free fashion doll bodice pattern Please click the link above and follow these instructions to easily download, save, and print my free patterns. When I first posted this pattern, it was part of a Barbie and…

Image shows a Skipper doll from Mattel wearing a hand-made Christmas dress with a lace-edged skirt and lace sleeves. She also wears an elf's hat. Overlay says "Make a holiday dress for dolls." The URL offered is ChellyWood.com

FREE Skipper #dolls #Christmas clothes #sewing patterns @ ChellyWood.com

This is such a cute little outfit for Christmas! The dress actually fits a whole bunch of dolls, not just Mattel’s SkipperĀ®. Just take a look at my “North Pole Christmas” stop motion video to see a preview of all the different dolls that can wear this dress. Today’s project is actually a re-post from…

Please visit ChellyWood.com for FREE printable sewing patterns for dolls of many shapes and sizes. Image shows a Barbie doll's lower half wearing a hand-made skirt with colorful flowers all over the fabric. The skirt is trimmed in lace and appears to have a gathered waist. The overlay says, "Easy Sew Skirt" and offers the URL ChellyWood.com (where you can find the pattern and tutorial to use for making this easy DIY Barbie skirt).

Barbie #dolls skirt #sewing project for #holiday gift-giving (EASY!) w/FREE #patterns @ ChellyWood.com

Do you know a little girl between the ages of three and ten years old? Most girls that age LOVE to play with Barbie dolls. If you want an easy-to-sew holiday gift for little girls, consider making them half a dozen Barbie skirts and tops, using a variety of fabrics. In just an hour or…