Last week I showed you how to make the super-easy-to-sew skirt that’s shown in today’s DIY tutorial, and I gave you the free skirt pattern too. Today I’m sharing my tutorial for making a super-easy-to-sew Barbie-sized shirt, made from felt and swatches of ruffled lace. Even children and absolute beginners can make this easy-sew doll shirt! Just in case you missed it yesterday, here’s the … Continue reading Sewing #dolls’ clothes with these #free patterns is one of those #CraftsForKids worth doing!
For easy access, here’s a more direct link to the free fashion doll pattern shown in the image above: Free fashion doll bodice pattern Please click the link above and follow these instructions to easily download, save, and print my free patterns. When I first posted this pattern, it was part of a Barbie and Ken wedding ensemble, but this week I’m showing you how … Continue reading Free #sewing pattern for Barbie #dolls’ #DIY shirt @ ChellyWood.com
Do you know a little girl between the ages of three and ten years old? Most girls that age LOVE to play with Barbie dolls. If you want an easy-to-sew holiday gift for little girls, consider making them half a dozen Barbie skirts and tops, using a variety of fabrics. In just an hour or two, you will have a doll wardrobe that promises hours … Continue reading Barbie #dolls skirt #sewing project for #holiday gift-giving (EASY!) w/FREE #patterns @ ChellyWood.com
Do you recognize two of the outfits there? I’ve already posted the red and white shorts-and-tank-top set and the gold-and-burgundy sunflower dress with pinafore. Check out the links to make those cute little fall harvest (or summer) outfits. In the next two weeks, we’re going to wrap up this fall (if you’re in the northern hemisphere) or spring (if you’re in the southern hemisphere) fashion … Continue reading Barbie #dolls’ #autumn wardrobe with #free #sewing #patterns @ ChellyWood.com
Does that doll’s outfit look familiar? I’m guessing it probably doesn’t, even though it should. Adding embellishments to a garment (rickrack trim, a swatch of lace, bias tape, or embroidery) can magically transform the look of a garment! So let’s say you have an old stand-by pattern that you already know how to sew. You’ve made three or four outfits in different colors and prints … Continue reading #Fall #Harvest Separates for Barbie and Other Fashion #Dolls w/FREE #Patterns @ ChellyWood.com
This week on ChellyWood.com, we’ve been making this golden “harvest” apron with pockets. On Monday we saw a preview of the apron. Yesterday I gave you the free printable pattern for making the apron. Today you get to see the free tutorial video, showing how to make the apron. For your convenience, here’s the free pattern again: Yellow “Harvest” Apron Pattern or Reversible Hairdresser’s Apron … Continue reading Sew a #Harvest #Apron for Barbie and Similar-sized #Dolls w/Free Patterns @ ChellyWood.com
This is the pattern for the “harvest apron” project that I showed in yesterday’s preview photos. It’s the same pattern that we used to make the reversible hairdresser’s apron (published here on ChellyWood.com in July of 2017). However in the latest project, I’ll be using this pattern as a one-sided apron–almost more of a pinafore–over the top of my sunflower dress for 11.5-inch fashion dolls … Continue reading #Dolls’ #Harvest Apron #Sewing Pattern @ ChellyWood.com