Please visit ChellyWood.com for FREE printable sewing patterns for dolls of many shapes and sizes. This image shows three different patterns for use in making Barbie-sized (11.5-inch fashion doll) skirts in a variety of styles. The free sewing pattern offers the URL ChellyWood.com, where tutorials offer free instruction for sewing these Barbie-sized dolls' skirts. The pattern is marked with a "creative commons attribution" symbol as well.

It’s #PDFpattern Wednesday @ ChellyWood.com and our dolls sport the #WearingOfTheGreen for #StPatricksDay!

Are you ready for some more free printable sewing patterns, just in time for St. Patrick’s Day? Here are some skirt patterns that fit a lot of different 11 to 12 inch fashion dolls, like Barbie, the Disney Princesses, Monster High, Ever After High, Lammily, Momoko, and more! As part of my website re-design, I’m trying to convert some of my most popular patterns into … Continue reading It’s #PDFpattern Wednesday @ ChellyWood.com and our dolls sport the #WearingOfTheGreen for #StPatricksDay!

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 many fashion dolls, including Mattel’s Barbie®, Mattel’s Ken®, Spin Master … Continue reading FREE #Kwanzaa #AfricanAmerican #dolls’ clothes patterns @ ChellyWood.com

Image of Curvy Barbie® strolling along a cobblestone road with ivy-covered building behind her. Overlay says "Chelly Wood Dot Com FREE printable sewing patterns for dolls of many shapes and sizes."

Curvy Barbie #Fashionista’s #Sewing Pattern is free @ ChellyWood.com #dolls

The photo above shows my lovely Curvy Barbie® going for a stroll in the gardens around Montmartre in Paris, France. Yes, I really took my dolls with me to Paris, and if you’d like to watch their travelogue video, it can be found on my YouTube channel, ChellyWood1. But that’s just a side note. The real reason you’re visiting my website is to download my free … Continue reading Curvy Barbie #Fashionista’s #Sewing Pattern is free @ ChellyWood.com #dolls

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 #dolls clothes #patterns @ 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

Image shows a Tall Barbie from Mattel's Fashionista line wearing a hand-made tie dye shirt. The shirt, on close inspection, is made from easy-to-sew felt, and the overlay says "Easy DIY Doll Shirt," and it offers the following URL: ChellyWood.com

Easy Barbie/Fashion #Dolls Clothes: #Sew a #Felt Shirt

  This week’s free sewing pattern is for the easiest doll sewing project ever! You can make a simple sleeveless shirt out of felt. The pattern and project are ideal for beginners. In case you didn’t see yesterday’s post, here’s the free, printable pattern with a measurement tool (so you can print it out and get the size right). Today’s tutorial is actually a remastered … Continue reading Easy Barbie/Fashion #Dolls Clothes: #Sew a #Felt Shirt

Image is a printable sewing pattern for a doll's felt shirt. Header reads "EASY-Sew Felt Doll Shirt Pattern" and the subheading reads "One size fits many." At the bottom of the page it says, "Bodice worn as a shirt fits dolls of many shapes and sizes." Photos show the following dolls wearing the sleeveless felt shirt with simple, easy-to-sew darts: Curvy Barbie, Petite Barbie, Tall Barbie (from the Fashionista line), a Spin Master Liv Doll, a Lammily Doll, a Momoko Doll, Skipper, and even a 17" Barbie doll (stands 17 inches tall). All of these dolls are shown wearing the shirt after it has been sewn. The website, ChellyWood.com is offered on the pattern itself for video tutorials that show exactly how to piece this pattern together. A "Creative Commons Attribution" mark appears on the pattern itself, along with a difficulty level stated as "kind of easy."

FREE #Pattern for a #Dolls shirt @ ChellyWood.com #FREEstuff

This is the pattern we’ll be using to make this week’s project. Look back at yesterday’s post to see how the final product will look. For my regular followers, this pattern may look familiar to you. I’ve issued this pattern before, but my older patterns lacked the Creative Commons Attribution mark and the measurement tool. So I’m issuing this older pattern again with some updates. … Continue reading FREE #Pattern for a #Dolls shirt @ ChellyWood.com #FREEstuff

Image shows a 17" Tonner doll from the waist down, wearing a hand-made holiday skirt in glittering red tulle and cotton/polyester fabrics. She appears to be stepping in snow in high heels. Overlay says, "Doll Skirt DIY" and offers the URL: ChellyWood.com

#Sew a Skirt for #Dolls w/this #DIY tutorial @ ChellyWood.com

Here’s the tutorial video I promised. This Doll Skirt DIY video shows you how to make the glittery holiday skirt that I previewed on Monday. Below, you’ll find the FREE printable sewing patterns for making this skirt: tulle overlay pattern 17″ doll skirt pattern This doll skirt will fit curvy dolls like Lammily™ and Curvy Barbie®, in addition to the 16 to 17 inch Tonner™ … Continue reading #Sew a Skirt for #Dolls w/this #DIY tutorial @ ChellyWood.com