This week’s sewing project isn’t a doll clothes tutorial; it’s a craft project. We’re going to make a miniature MineCraft character cube that you can stuff like a plushie or fill with rice or beans to form a hacky sack / footbag / foot sack. So here are all the patterns and tutorials you’ll need to make this week’s MineCraft hacky sack / footbag: Tutorial … Continue reading #SewingBlogger Thursday: #MineCraft #HackySack sewing project w/FREE Pattern
Here in the northern hemisphere, we’re in the heat of summer, so it’s a good time for a swim… Let’s sew a doll’s swimsuit! This doll swimsuit / bathing suit sewing project will fit the 28″ Best Fashion Friend Barbie (and other 28″ fashion dolls). You’ll find the free, printable sewing patterns below: MS Word downloadable pattern for a 28″ doll’s swimsuit or leotard PDF … Continue reading #SewingBlogger Tuesday: #Sew a swimsuit for 28″ #dolls @ ChellyWood.com
Today I’m sharing my shorts/ pants and sleeveless top patterns for Tammy dolls. You saw this pattern earlier this year, when I posted it as pajama pants. But I’ve created a tutorial showing how to make the shorts now, so it’s time to re-post. So here are all the patterns and tutorials you’ll need to make this week’s shorts-plus-felt-top combo to fit vintage Tammy dolls … Continue reading #SewingBlogger Thursday: #Sew a pair of summer shorts for vintage Tammy #dolls
Today I’m giving you the PDF pattern that is pictured at the top of this blog post, plus a tutorial showing how to make the felt shirt (the shirt pattern with two flowers on it in the pattern page): This felt shirt is shown in the video with the skirt that I posted yesterday. So for the sake of convenience, I’ve included the skirt pattern … Continue reading #SewingBlogger Thursday: Free PDF #Sewing Pattern for DC #Superhero Girls #Dolls
For those of us who are citizens of the United States, today is a special holiday, marking the US’s independence from Great Britain. In celebration of this event, I’ve designed an adorable little romper to fit 12-inch baby dolls. Here’s the free printable sewing pattern for the baby doll romper, in its PDF printable form: Free printable pattern for 12 inch baby doll romper In … Continue reading #SewingBlogger Thursday: Let’s sew a #patriotic #dolls’ romper w/this free pattern…
Remember the green floral baby doll dress that we made two weeks ago? Well that free 12″ doll dress pattern included a reversible diaper, like the one we made for 8″ dolls earlier this week. Here’s the tutorial video for the reversible baby doll diaper that fits 12-inch baby dolls (above). Granted, not much is different from the reversible diaper project for 8-inch baby dolls, … Continue reading #SewingBlogger Thursday: Let’s #sew a reversible diaper for baby #dolls w/free patterns!
Today’s reversible shirt project is definitely not for the beginning sewists out there. But the shorts are a pretty quick and easy sewing project, and there’s also a pajama top among the extras on this week’s PDF pattern. For my regular followers, that pajama pattern is one you’ve seen before. I just added it to this week’s PDF pattern because the shorts from that … Continue reading #SewingBlogger Thursday: Petite #Barbie Shorts and Crop Top (free #patterns @ ChellyWood.com)
This week’s baby doll dress sewing project requires the use of elastic around the base of each sleeve. That’s not as tricky as sewing a coat zipper into a lined hoodie or aligning grommets between the layers of a lined silk corset, but I wouldn’t say this dress project is for beginners either. If you look at the free printable PDF sewing pattern (below), you’ll … Continue reading #SewingBlogger Thursday: Let’s #sew a puff-sleeve dress for baby #dolls w/free patterns
You’ve watched the tutorial video (above) and you’re thinking, “Heck… that looks easy!” So you’re ready for the free printable PDF pattern, right? Well here you go! FREE printable PDF pattern for 6-inch doll clothes wardrobe Perhaps you’d like the links to the other tutorials that go with this pattern. Here they are: how to make the underwear for your 6″ dolls how to … Continue reading #SewingBlogger Thursday: Let’s #sew a skirt for 6″ #AmericanGirlDolls!
Today’s video shows us how to hand-stitch a T-shirt for the teeny-tiny 6.5-inch American Girl dolls (Minis). What’s that you say? You didn’t know American Girl made a Mini? Why, yes they do! Here’s a link to the American Girl official website, where you can buy these adorable little dolls. Click here if you just want to see their line of Minis. The free pattern … Continue reading #SewingBlogger Thursday: Let’s #sew a T-shirt for 6″ Mini #AmericanGirl #dolls!
Yesterday I gave you my free pdf sewing pattern with lots of little mini 6″ AG doll clothes patterns on it. Today I’m showing you the video tutorial that gives you instructions for making the miniature six inch American Girl doll underwear. Just in case you missed yesterday’s blog post, here’s the PDF Sewing Pattern for 6-inch American Girl doll underpants, shorts, a tee shirt, … Continue reading #SewingBlogger Thursday: FREE 6 inch mini #AGdolls underpants / knickers #sewing tutorial video
Today’s tutorial shows you how to make a V-neck shirt that fits 18-inch narrow-bodied dolls like BFC Ink dolls and Crissy dolls, and it looks great with the crocheted lace trim skirt that we made just last week. To go with your shirt, here are the free printable skirt patterns I posted last week, along with a link to the skirt tutorial: Free printable PDF … Continue reading #SewingBlogger Thursday: FREE Shirt #Pattern and Tutorial for #Sewing a V-Neck 18-inch #Dolls’ shirt