Like yesterday’s blog post, today’s post is another re-post. (Sighs.) But it has never been posted as a PDF pattern before. And today I’m going to start listing all the dolls that can wear my pattern, according to the recent survey results which said you wanted to see that. So here are all the patterns and tutorial videos you’ll need to make the tiny Easter … Continue reading Sewing an Easter dress for teeny-tiny miniature 4″ dolls w/free patterns @ ChellyWood.com #miniatures #HappyEaster!
UPDATE TO THIS POST: Please note that the Greenbrier doll that appears in this post has recently been discovered to contain harmful chemicals! Visit this website to learn more or go to the CPSC.gov website for more detailed information on toy recalls. This is the blog post as it appeared before I heard about the recall information: Today’s free printable PDF sewing pattern is … Continue reading Free PDF sewing pattern for dresses that fit 4-inch to 5-inch dolls @ ChellyWood.com #StrawberryShortcake #dollclothes
Today’s free printable PDF sewing pattern is designed to fit 4-inch to 5-inch dolls, like the Greenbrier dolls you see pictured on the pattern, and any number of dolls in this size range. If you want to know whether or not this pattern will fit your 4- to 5-inch dolls of various brands, feel free to leave a comment. If I can answer your question, … Continue reading Free PDF sewing pattern for dresses that fit 4-inch to 5-inch dolls @ ChellyWood.com #freePDFpattern #dolls
UPDATE TO THIS POST: Please note that the 4.75 inch (blond and pink-haired) Greenbrier doll that appears in this post has recently been discovered to contain harmful chemicals! Visit this website to learn more or go to the CPSC.gov website for more detailed information on toy recalls. This week we’re making a teeny-tiny easy-to-sew felt-and-cotton dress for 4-inch or 5-inch dolls. My Greenbrier doll which … Continue reading Does my 4 and 3/4-inch Greenbrier doll match a 4-inch or 5-inch doll of yours? #TapeMeasureTuesday #dolls
Today I’m giving you a brief preview of the sewing project for this week. Later in the week, I’ll offer free printable sewing patterns to download as a PDF printable pattern, right here on ChellyWood.com As you can see in the close-up image above, this dress uses felt for the bodice and a tiny strip of cotton fabric for the skirt. The Greenbrier doll wearing … Continue reading Sew a super-easy felt-and-fabric sundress for 4″ dolls @ ChellyWood.com #easycrafts #dolls
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 4-inch Kelly Doll Clothes Patterns (Gallery)
This week I’m going to share my new Santa Hat FREE sewing pattern. You can also use it to make an elf hat, using this pattern, as shown in the image above. This was really a fun and super-easy project to create, so I honestly think even beginners will be able to handle this one. Both hats pictured above were made using the FREE Santa … Continue reading Sew a #SantaHat for #Fashiondolls w/FREE Pattern @ ChellyWood.com
With Christmas right around the corner, you’ve got to keep your dolls’ little leggies nice and warm, right? What better way to keep those leggies warm than a pair of hand-made dolly tights? It’s easier than you think! Just have a look at the video, and you’ll see what I mean… Additional Information: __________________ My Gallery Page is the easiest way to search through all of … Continue reading #Sewing Tights for #Dolls Is Easy as #123 @ ChellyWood.com!
Here we have a tiny-doll project for someone who is a beginning-to-intermediate sewist. (Any time you need to attach sleeves, the sewing gets a little harder than just beginner-level.) I still think this is a pretty easy project for tiny hands, so I’ve included this video in my “Easy-Sew Projects for Kids” tutorial collection. The pattern below goes with the tutorial above. It will fit most … Continue reading #Miniature #dolls’ dress pattern is free @ ChellyWood.com #dollhouse
I posted this doll bonnet pattern yesterday, but for easy-access, here’s the link again: Pattern for Bonnet and Pioneer Dress It’s easy to print this pattern using the instructions found in my “How to Print Patterns” video, although I do need to update that video, as we no longer use the Old Pattern Page as much as we do the Gallery these days. Please note: you … Continue reading #DIY Bonnet for small #Dolls also fits #MomokoDoll
Here’s the Victorian-style drawstring purse or bag tutorial I’ve been promising! This little purse is so tiny and cute! I made mine out of satin with a knit lining, but there’s a lot you can do to embellish a little bag like this. Imagine it with beads or a lace opening or tassels, for example. Below you’ll find the free printable sewing pattern for the drawstring … Continue reading FREE drawstring bag #sewing pattern and tutorial @ ChellyWood.com #crafty #dolls
I posted the free pattern for this purse on Tuesday, and tomorrow I’ll post the video tutorial showing you how to make this Victorian-style drawstring purse for small dolls. Of course, if you’re in a rush, you can use those links to find both the pattern and the tutorial. I can’t think of any fashion dolls that are too big or small to fit … Continue reading Sew a #miniature #Victorian drawstring purse for your #dolls w/ free pattern @ ChellyWood.com