The image shows a Made-to-Move Barbie with blond hair and tan skin bent over and peering into a full-to-overflowing wheelbarrow full of harvested vegetables, flowers, and leaves. Behind Barbie is a pair of hay bales stacked on top of each other. MTM barbie wears a handmade dress and apron. The dress is made of sunflower-designed cotton Fabric and its wide skirt (which comes down to just below Barbie's knees) is trimmed in yellow rickrack. On the grass in the foreground, there are a smattering of orange and gold fall leaves. Behind Barbie is a garden scene with a bridge that crosses a still lake. Some of the foliage around the lake is turning yellow, to indicate that autumn is at hand. The image has a watermark: ChellyWood.com, a website where one can find numerous free printable sewing patterns to fit Barbie and many other dolls of different shapes and sizes.

Free pattern for sewing a doll’s apron with pockets @ ChellyWood.com #BarbieStyle #ApronPattern

For your free apron pattern and tutorial videos, please scroll down to the second set of bullets. Here in the northern hemisphere, the harvest is behind us, and it’s time to begin working in the kitchen to prepare for our Thanksgiving feast and preserving the fruits of our harvest. So what better time to re-post my 11 inch doll’s apron pattern with pockets? Although older … Continue reading Free pattern for sewing a doll’s apron with pockets @ ChellyWood.com #BarbieStyle #ApronPattern

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 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

This image shows a pattern for a doll's easy-to-sew apron. The pattern includes a pocket piece. When sewn, the apron pattern will fit most 10-inch, 11-inch, and 12 inch fashion dolls like Barbie, Poppy Parker, Momoko, vintage Tammy dolls, and more. To download and print the free printable PDF sewing pattern for making the dolls' apron, please go to ChellyWood.com

Let’s make a doll’s apron with pockets! #cute #miniature

Today I’m offering an all-new pattern for a doll’s apron in PDF printable format. Here you go: 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 Let’s make a doll’s apron with pockets! #cute #miniature

Image of ball jointed doll with handmade ironing board and cast iron flatiron. Overlay says, "Make an adjustable ironing board" implying the tutorial will show you how to make a doll-sized ironing board.

1:6 scale doll’s ironing board with free ironing board cover pattern @ ChellyWood.com #miniature #sewingroom

Today I’m giving you my free sewing pattern and tutorial for making this adorable ironing board. It’s about the right size for 11″ or 11.5-inch (29 to 30 cm) fashion dolls. We call that 1:6 scale, in official “miniature” terms. To save space, I added a jeans pattern to the ironing board pattern. If you want to see which tall dolls will fit in the … Continue reading 1:6 scale doll’s ironing board with free ironing board cover pattern @ ChellyWood.com #miniature #sewingroom

The image shows a hand-made ironing board with cover. The website where you can find the patterns for both the ironing board and it's cover is displayed: ChellyWood.com This ironing board is made to fit 1:6 scale dioramas or dollhouses.

Taking Care of Your Handmade Doll Clothes @ ChellyWood.com #SewingTips for #DollClothes

This week’s blog posts will include a new tutorial on how to make a child’s toy ironing board cover, a revision of my 1:6 scale ironing board pattern (shown above), and some tips and tricks for the care of handmade doll clothes. Let’s start the week with tips and tricks for handmade doll clothes… Nobody likes to see a naked doll laying around, but did … Continue reading Taking Care of Your Handmade Doll Clothes @ ChellyWood.com #SewingTips for #DollClothes

Visit ChellyWood.com for free printable sewing patterns and tutorial videos showing you how to make doll clothes to fit dolls of many shapes and all different sizes. Today's video header shows two miniature doll clothes hangers (coat hangers) with a fuzzy look to them. The overlay says "Pipe Cleaner Hangers" and offers the website ChellyWood.com (where you can find the step-by-step tutorial video which shows and tells you how to make a 1:6 scale doll clothing wire-style hanger out of chenille stems (otherwise known as pipe cleaner).

How to Make Doll Clothes Hangers Out of Pipe Cleaners (Chenille Stems) — a #DIY #craftproject

Hi guys! Today’s video tutorial is very brief, but also very simple. As the title implies, it teaches you how to make doll clothes hangers out of pipe cleaners (AKA chenille stems). Granted, the final look for these miniature doll clothes hangers is sort of fuzzy, but if you’ve been in Target lately, cruising the Home Decor department, you may have seen these velvet hangers … Continue reading How to Make Doll Clothes Hangers Out of Pipe Cleaners (Chenille Stems) — a #DIY #craftproject

Click on the blue hyperlink words below this image, if you'd like to watch the video tutorial that shows how to make a 1:6 scale dollhouse fireplace. This project uses scrapbook paper with a "brick look," foam board, glue, hot glue, a picture frame, a cardboard box, markers, and a pencil to build the miniature fireplace.

How to make a miniature 1:6 scale dollhouse fireplace for winter holiday dioramas @ ChellyWood.com #dollhouse #miniatures #winter

Today’s video tutorial shows you how to make your own dollhouse fireplace with a brick chimney and dais, a mantel, and wisps of fire in the hearth. I’m using primarily scrapbooking supplies for this DIY 1:6 scale diorama project. If you like making dollhouse miniatures, I actually have quite a few videos about building dollhouse miniatures for your dioramas. Click here to visit that gallery. … Continue reading How to make a miniature 1:6 scale dollhouse fireplace for winter holiday dioramas @ ChellyWood.com #dollhouse #miniatures #winter

The image shows a pair of Christmas stockings hanging on a doll house sized fireplace. The overlay says "dollhouse stocking patterns free" and offers the URL ChellyWood.com (where you can download free PDF sewing patterns for doll clothes and doll crafts).

DIY Fashion Doll Stockings w/ free patterns @ ChellyWood.com #toys #ChristmasStocking #miniatures

Today’s tutorial video shows you how to make a Christmas stocking for your 1:6 scale dollhouse or diorama. Yes, I’ve posted this tutorial and this stocking pattern before, but I thought it might be nice to re-master the tutorial video to include a voice-over for instruction. The following links will help you make not only the stockings, but the fashion doll clothes holiday outfit that … Continue reading DIY Fashion Doll Stockings w/ free patterns @ ChellyWood.com #toys #ChristmasStocking #miniatures

The image shows a doll craft fair booth with a Madame Alexander doll seated in a seemingly hand-made wicker chair in a doll-sized diorama with a tiny train, a Christmas tree, and a fireplace framed by Christmas stockings. The overlay says, "Craft Fair Booth." The URL associated with this image is ChellyWood.com and this image is the header for a YouTube video in which doll clothing designer Chelly Wood shares with you a few tips and tricks to help you build a successful and inventive craft fair booth for selling handmade items like doll clothes and miniatures.

Craft Fair Preparations Part 4: How to Build a #CraftShow Booth with #Dolls and #Dioramas

PART 4: How to Build a Craft Show Booth  Last weekend I participated in a craft fair, and throughout this week, I’ve been posting tips for anyone else who would like to do a craft show, doll-and-bear show, or even a booth at a swap meet where you could sell your handmade things. My friend Dodi was my booth partner. She’s the owner of Dodi’s … Continue reading Craft Fair Preparations Part 4: How to Build a #CraftShow Booth with #Dolls and #Dioramas

The image shows the Chelly Wood doll from ChellyWood.com viewing her computer screen, and on the screen is the YouTube channel entitled "Pipe Cleaner Crafts," which is the topic of this week's hashtag Friday follow feature on ChellyWood.com

Let’s make doll shoes with Pipe Cleaner Crafts! #FridayFollow #Crafty #Dolls

Today’s #FridayFollow recommendation is Pipe Cleaner Crafts on YouTube. The video I’ve posted here with permission comes from Pipe Cleaner Crafts, but they have a lot of additional videos showing how to make diorama miniatures, doll houses, and more! You should go check them out! I frequently get requests for doll shoe and boot patterns, and as you can see in the video above, Pipe … Continue reading Let’s make doll shoes with Pipe Cleaner Crafts! #FridayFollow #Crafty #Dolls

Check out @creative_starr for amazing #Barbie diorama ideas–YAY! #FridayFollow

This amazing lady, who goes by Starrcreative, left me a helpful comment here on ChellyWood.com about a video that wasn’t working and needed a little maintenance work. Thank you, Starrcreative! So with a name like Starrcreative, of course I dropped by her blog. And WOW!!! What a find! She does lots of creative DIY projects of all kinds, but my favorite of her blog posts … Continue reading Check out @creative_starr for amazing #Barbie diorama ideas–YAY! #FridayFollow