As you’ll see in this preview video, I’ve finally finished designing a dinner jacket for Ken that’s relatively easy to sew, fashionable in design, and actually fits the doll quite nicely. This has been a challenging endeavor, as dinner jackets can be quite difficult to make. The tricky part tends to be the lapels! But I’ve finally figured out how to simplify even the tricky … Continue reading #Barbie #WeddingDay #Dolls @ ChellyWood.com
At the end of December and earlier this month, I shared my patterns and tutorials for the Kwanzaa poncho, the skirt worn by the Photographer doll from the Lammily company (the doll wearing the poncho), and the clothes worn by the Ken doll. But were you aware that the Photographer doll is also wearing my easy-to-sew doll shirt that I featured this past week? So … Continue reading FREE #Kwanzaa #dolls clothes #patterns @ ChellyWood.com
Here’s the tutorial to accompany the pattern I posted yesterday. If you’d like to make Ken’s outfit in this video, just go back to Tuesday’s post to find all the patterns and tutorials you’ll need to make his hat, shirt, and pants. I’m actually on vacation when this posts (I usually type these blog posts and set them up to self-publish, in advance of their … Continue reading Here’s a #Dolls #Kwanzaa poncho #DIY!
This is the pattern for my fashion doll poncho, which I posted a picture of yesterday, on the first day of Kwanzaa. If you’d like direct access to an enlarged, high-resolution version of the pattern (for printing purposes), please click here. This doll poncho will fit most fashion dolls, including Mattel’s Barbie®, Mattel’s Ken®, Spin Master Liv™ Dolls, Lammily®, Momoko™, and more. Here’s a little … Continue reading FREE #Kwanzaa #poncho pattern for #dolls @ 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 many fashion dolls, including Mattel’s Barbie®, Mattel’s Ken®, Spin Master … Continue reading FREE #Kwanzaa #dolls clothes patterns @ ChellyWood.com
I’m sure Barbie® has a dinner date with Ken® for Thanksgiving Day this year, so he’ll need some nice clothes to wear on their date! That’s why I’m re-posting these Ken® clothes patterns just in time for Thanksgiving. Of course, it’s G.I. Joe you see pictured in the image above, so if you’re looking for a great pants or jeans pattern to fit Ken®, take a … Continue reading Free Printable #Sewing Patterns for Ken #Dolls’ #Clothes @ ChellyWood.com
As you can see in the image above, I’ve designed a raglan-style T-shirt for both male and female fashion dolls, and I’ve posted those patterns and tutorials here, along with the pattern for the pencil skirt (and its coinciding tutorial) and the pattern for my favorite pants for male fashion dolls like Ken™ and Jake. FREE Raglan Sleeved Shirt Pattern for Male Fashion Dolls Raglan Sleeved T-Shirt Tutorial for … Continue reading #Sew outfits for fashion #Dolls w/ FREE #sewing patterns @ ChellyWood.com
Yesterday I showed you a preview of the turtleneck sweater that I’ll be showing you how to make this week. As you can see on the pattern itself, if you use stretchy fabric, this pattern will fit both male and female fashion dolls, like Liv Dolls, Mattel’s dolls, and many others in the 1:6 range. It’s easier to print my free sewing patterns if you … Continue reading FREE printable #turtleneck pattern fits #Barbie®, Liv dolls, and even male #FashionDoll
Drumroll…. Here it is! This is my “Jeans and Dress Shirt” pattern for male fashion dolls, and it’s the #1 item on my list of the “Top 15 Downloaded Patterns from ChellyWood.com.” You may recall that I posted the other part of the shirt pattern earlier this month. Well here’s the rest of it. The jeans are designed to fit smaller-than-Ken-sized fashion dolls, like Spin Master Liv … Continue reading Male #FashionDoll jeans and shirt #sewingPattern is #1 on my list!
This is my “Romeo’s Trousers” pattern for male fashion dolls, and it’s #2 on my list of the “Top 15 Downloaded Patterns from ChellyWood.com.” I really love this pants pattern for the modern Ken® and similar-sized dolls. In fact, whenever I make a new outfit for male fashion dolls, this is the pattern I use for the pants/jeans/trousers without fail. Of course the “trousers inlay” piece … Continue reading #Pants for male fashion #Dolls is #2 on my top free sewing patterns list
This is my “Renaissance Jacket and Trousers” pattern for male fashion dolls, and it’s #6 on my list of the “Top 15 Downloaded Patterns from ChellyWood.com.” Like some of my others, this is quite an old pattern, but it still gets downloaded a lot! I know I need to make a newer jacket pattern and tutorial for Ken and friends, but I haven’t done much … Continue reading #KenDoll jacket and pants is #6 on my top free #sewing patterns list
This is my “Trousers and Dress Shirt” pattern set for male fashion dolls, and it’s #7 on my list of the “Top 15 Downloaded Patterns from ChellyWood.com.” I realize this is just a partial shirt pattern, but the other portion of the shirt pattern will appear later, on my list of the top 15. So hang in there! Meanwhile, if you’re dying to make this … Continue reading Male fashion #Dolls’ #Shirt and pants pattern is #7 on my top free sewing patterns list