The image shows the Chelly Wood doll holding up a McCall's Crafts sewing pattern which displays the finished projects of a Barbie sized wedding dress, various pants and shirts, a cape, and evening gowns. The article that goes with this image offers advice for buying sewing patterns for making doll clothes, using the eBay auction platform. Please visit ChellyWood.com for additional sewing ideas plus free printable sewing patterns and tutorial videos for making doll clothes to fit dolls of many shapes and all different sizes.

Tips for Buying Used Doll Clothes Patterns on eBay @ ChellyWood.com #AmSewing #DollClothes

  Have you ever purchased doll clothes sewing patterns on eBay? I have. In fact, the pattern pictured above was one I purchased about a year ago. Yes, the pattern you see in the image above is outdated, but there are some timeless patterns in this set, as well as out-of-style fashions. The wedding dress pattern can be used for a Disney princess character dress, … Continue reading Tips for Buying Used Doll Clothes Patterns on eBay @ ChellyWood.com #AmSewing #DollClothes

The image shows the YouTube header for a video tour of Chelly Wood's doll craft room / sewing room for making doll clothes. Her "tips and tour" include tips and links to help you get your sewing room or craft room organized and to help you decorate your sewing room and/or craft room.

Doll Craft Room Tips and Tour Celebrating 5k Subscribers on YouTube! @ ChellyWood.com #DollSewing #GetOrganized!

On 3 July 2020, my YouTube channel reached a milestone: 5,000 subscribers! Hooray! To celebrate, I’m giving you a tour of my doll sewing and craft room. There are also a few tips along the way, like… Getting organized with the Boximize app Viking Sewing Machines Little Quilts All Through the House, a book by Alice Berg Fovitec Tabletop Lighting  Simplicity Vintage products Fat quarters … Continue reading Doll Craft Room Tips and Tour Celebrating 5k Subscribers on YouTube! @ ChellyWood.com #DollSewing #GetOrganized!

The image shows a selections of handmade masks that would be fun for boys or girls. One shows superheroes; another has felt words stitched on the mask that say "be well," and still others use simple colors of fabric for perhaps a father to wear. The words on the image say "Cloth Mask Making with Pattern" and the image includes the URL where you can download the free printable PDF sewing pattern for making all of these easy-to-sew, reversible cloth face masks for the whole family (including patterns for small children and a doll). Click on the link in the caption to access all the patterns and tutorials.

Do you have time to help your school by sewing masks? Here’s a free pattern. #TeacherTuesday #BackToSchool

Please scroll down for the free PDF pattern School begins in about a month, here in the state of Idaho, where I live. There’s a sense of urgency at schools because we’re scrambling to try to make sure the environment is as safe as it can be for our students and staff. Have you thought about making masks for your school? Purchasing them will be … Continue reading Do you have time to help your school by sewing masks? Here’s a free pattern. #TeacherTuesday #BackToSchool

The image shows a YouTube tutorial video header for sewing a patriotic mini skirt that will fit 10 inch dolls. It includes the URL of the website where you can download the free printable PDF sewing patterns for making this skirt: ChellyWood.com

Patriotic mini skirt sewing project for 10 inch dolls w/free patterns @ ChellyWood.com #4thOfJuly #Crafts

For your free pattern and tutorial video, please scroll down to the second set of bullets. With the 4th of July holiday coming up here in the United States, I re-designed this tutorial video with a patriotic theme. For those of you who live outside the US, this coming Saturday is our Independence Day holiday, a national holiday in the United States. We celebrate with … Continue reading Patriotic mini skirt sewing project for 10 inch dolls w/free patterns @ ChellyWood.com #4thOfJuly #Crafts

This image, showing a doll's tiny criss-crossed legs and itty-bitty feet is found at ChellyWood.com, where a blog post encourages blog followers to dialog about doll shoes in the comments. In this image, the doll appears to be seated in a wicker chair and her bare feet are a bit out of focus. In the foreground, however, her shoes are sharply focused, and they are pink with a T-strap. They may only be a centimetre long with an even tinier heel. The blog post that accompanies this image is great for anyone wanting to chat with other doll collectors and doll shoe makers about collecting and making shoes for dolls.

Let’s talk doll shoes @ ChellyWood.com #dollshoes #FridayFollow

Today’s blog post is all about doll shoes! I have a favorite eBay supplier to buy doll shoes from. Do you? My favorite supplier is Dodi, who runs Dodi’s Shop of Stuff on eBay. I bought some unusual shoes from her and you see a pair of them in nearly all of my stop-motion sewing videos. They were originally designed for a flat-footed “Posable Barbie” … Continue reading Let’s talk doll shoes @ ChellyWood.com #dollshoes #FridayFollow

The image shows a 1:6 scale doll sofa with pillows. This image comes from https://provaciguchi.blogspot.com/ if you'd like to learn more about how to make a Barbie-sized 1:6 scale sofa of your own for your Barbie doll house / Barbie dreamhouse.

Thinking about making a Barbie-sized 1:6 scale sofa? I have a website to recommend! #BarbieWorld #Dollhouses #FridayFollow

It has been a while since I’ve done a #FridayFollow feature. However when this very nice lady, Claudia, contacted me, I was inspired by her blog’s creative posting of this 1:6 scale (Barbie-sized) sofa. Claudia (AKA “Try Again Guchi”) has a personal blog with an “entertainment” theme. She blogs about her learning experiences with crafting, plus her favorite books, movies, and TV shows. Those of … Continue reading Thinking about making a Barbie-sized 1:6 scale sofa? I have a website to recommend! #BarbieWorld #Dollhouses #FridayFollow

The image shows a selections of handmade masks that would be fun for boys or girls. One shows superheroes; another has felt words stitched on the mask that say "be well," and still others use simple colors of fabric for perhaps a father to wear. The words on the image say "Cloth Mask Making with Pattern" and the image includes the URL where you can download the free printable PDF sewing pattern for making all of these easy-to-sew, reversible cloth face masks for the whole family (including patterns for small children and a doll). Click on the link in the caption to access all the patterns and tutorials.

Cloth Mask Making Family Craft Project w/FREE Patterns @ ChellyWood.com #familyentertainment for #lockdown

Please scroll down for the free PDF pattern Today’s tutorial video is not the same one as the video I posted yesterday. The single-sided toddler-sized pattern and tutorial from yesterday was for my niece who is not quite 4 years old. She’s young, so I didn’t think she would willingly wear the reversible cloth mask that I show you how to make in today’s video. … Continue reading Cloth Mask Making Family Craft Project w/FREE Patterns @ ChellyWood.com #familyentertainment for #lockdown

Please visit ChellyWood.com for free printable PDF sewing patterns to fit dolls of many shapes and all different sizes. The image is the header or cover art for a youtube video that shows you how to make a cloth face mask for a toddler / preschooler and his or her doll. The header reads, "dolly and me mask pattern," and in fact, if you go to ChellyWood.com, you can download the free cloth mask patterns for a doll, an adult, and a child-sized mask along with other family fun craft projects and easy to sew doll clothes patterns.

Dolly and Me Cloth Face Masks with FREE Printable PDF Patterns to Sew #WithMe for #FamilyFunTime

Please scroll down for the free PDF pattern Along with the tutorial video above, I’m sharing my FREE printable sewing pattern for making a dolly-and-me pair of cloth face masks for a toddler or preschool-aged child and a 14-inch, 15-inch, 16-inch, or 17-inch doll. I made the toddler / small child’s sized pattern for my niece, Emily, who is not quite 4 years old. Of … Continue reading Dolly and Me Cloth Face Masks with FREE Printable PDF Patterns to Sew #WithMe for #FamilyFunTime

Please visit ChellyWood.com for all your free printable craft and sewing patterns, plus free tutorial videos showing how to make each project. This image shows a reversible cloth face mask pattern that's designed to fit most small children and toddlers / preschoolers. It also includes a free pattern for a doll that stands 14 inches, 15 inches, 16 inches, or 17 inches tall, like Wellie Wishers, Hearts for Hearts Girls, some Disney Princess dolls, vintage Velvet dolls, and more. You can access the free printable PDF sewing pattern for downloading, in addition to the tutorial video which shows you how to make it, at ChellyWood.com

FREE printable PDF sewing pattern for a small child’s cloth face mask to #flattenthecurve with #DIY

Please scroll down for the free PDF pattern Today I’m sharing with you my FREE printable sewing pattern for making a dolly-and-me pair of cloth face masks for a toddler or preschool-aged child and a 14-inch, 15-inch, 16-inch, or 17-inch doll. I made the toddler / small child’s sized pattern for my niece, Emily, who is not quite 4 years old. Of course different four … Continue reading FREE printable PDF sewing pattern for a small child’s cloth face mask to #flattenthecurve with #DIY

The image shows the doll representing Chelly Wood, the doll clothes designer, YouTuber, and blogger, wearing a hand-made cloth face mask. Behind her on the wall of her sewing room is the URL where you can download her free printable PDF sewing pattern for a child's cloth face mask, an adult's cloth face mask, and a cloth face mask to fit a 14 inch, 15 inch, 16 inch, or 17 inch doll: ChellyWood.com

Why I’m jumping on the bandwagon with free #clothmask patterns #thisweek

I wasn’t gonna go there. There are so many sensationalist tutorial videos on YouTube right now, showing you how to make cloth face masks, that when I started seeing this trend on social media, I said to my husband, “I’m not going to jump on that bandwagon.” First of all, I don’t like when a crafter’s whole motivation is about going viral or making money. … Continue reading Why I’m jumping on the bandwagon with free #clothmask patterns #thisweek

The image shows Enderman from Minecraft. This is an easy-to-sew felt cube with a free printable PDF sewing pattern, which you can download at ChellyWood.com as a PDF file. The Enderman character is trademarked, so this is an "unofficial" pattern, designed by patern designer Chelly Wood. You can make this felt Enderman character or other Minecraft characters into a foot sack, hackey sack (hacky sack) or plush toy using a simple free pattern and felt. Go to ChellyWood.com for this and other fun craft projects for boys and girls to make / sew with felt.

Sewing With Boys: Make a Minecraft (unofficial) felt character w/FREE Patterns @ ChellyWood.com #momofboys #craftymom

Yes, you’ve seen this tutorial and pattern before. I apologize for the repeat. I have some new stuff to post this week, but with the Covid-19 Lockdown, a lot of people are home with their kids right now. This free pattern offers you something fun to do with both boys and girls, and all it requires is a little felt with a needle and thread! … Continue reading Sewing With Boys: Make a Minecraft (unofficial) felt character w/FREE Patterns @ ChellyWood.com #momofboys #craftymom

The patterns and tutorials for making this pattern for a 1:6 scale doll apron with pockets will be posted on this website at 7:00 AM Mountain Standard Time, on 19 March 2020.

Time to sew our 1:6 scale doll apron! #sewingproject

  Here’s the free pattern for the doll apron you see in the video above: Free printable PDF sewing pattern for fashion doll apron The apron pattern should fit most fashion dolls in the 10-inch, 11-inch, or 12″ fashion doll size range. Continue reading Time to sew our 1:6 scale doll apron! #sewingproject