The image shows a Spin Master Jake doll from the Liv doll collection wearing handmade jeans, a collared shirt, and a tie. There's also an attached image of handmade sneakers that closely resemble Converse High Top tennis shoes. The watermark says, "ChellyWood.com: free doll clothes patterns and more."

Free Spin Master “Jake” Doll Clothes Sewing Patterns

ATTENTION BLOG FOLLOWERS: Today’s blog post is part of the new 2019 website renovations. I’m working behind the scenes to make it easier to find the patterns you want. If you’d like to make one of the outfits shown in this gallery, just follow these directions: Click on the photograph of the outfit you’d like to sew. This will take you to a larger image … Continue reading Free Spin Master “Jake” Doll Clothes Sewing Patterns

This "gallery" style image shows Ken dolls wearing four different historical costumes. In the upper right corner, a Ken doll wears a regal Navy colored tunic with puff sleeves and trousers. He holds a sword. In the upper right corner, a Ken doll wears a medieval wig, a long-sleeve tunic, a gold-embellished vest, and bi-colored pants with felt boots. In the lower left corner, a Ken doll is dressed in a monk's hood and garb. In the lower right, a Ken doll wears a muffin cap, blousen shirt, vest, bi-colored pants, and he has greave-style sleeves that tie with ribbons. All of these patterns are free and printable at ChellyWood.com for anyone who has an inclination to sew these doll clothes. Each of Chelly Wood's free patterns comes with a tutorial showing you how to make it.

Free Historical Ken Doll Clothes Sewing Patterns

ATTENTION BLOG FOLLOWERS: Today’s blog post is part of the new 2019 website renovations. I’m working behind the scenes to make it easier to find the patterns you want. If you’d like to make one of the outfits shown in this gallery, just follow these directions: Click on the photograph of the outfit you’d like to sew. This will take you to a larger image … Continue reading Free Historical Ken Doll Clothes Sewing Patterns

The image shows four different modern Ken dolls modeling handmade doll clothes including a raglan sleeve tee shirt, a tuxedo, a pair of boxer shorts, and a short-sleeve shirt with pants. All of the patterns for making these outfits are free at ChellyWood.com

Free Modern Ken Doll and Articulated Ken Doll Clothes Sewing Patterns

ATTENTION BLOG FOLLOWERS: Today’s blog post is part of the new 2019 website renovations. I’m working behind the scenes to make it easier to find the patterns you want. If you’d like to make one of the outfits shown in this gallery, just follow these directions: Click on the photograph of the outfit you’d like to sew. This will take you to a larger image … Continue reading Free Modern Ken Doll and Articulated Ken Doll Clothes Sewing Patterns

Please visit ChellyWood.com for FREE printable sewing patterns to fit dolls of many shapes and sizes. This image shows a half dozen different dolls wearing costumes from different periods in world history. For example, there's a Tall Barbie wearing a tie-dye shirt and bell-bottom jeans from the 1960's; there's a Momoko doll wearing a Renaissance gown with bonnet; there's a modern Barbie (Fashionista) wearing a medieval gown with a tiara; there's a Made to Move Barbie dressed as a ninja; there's a modern Barbie wearing a Musketeer costume; and there's a Monster High doll wearing Colonial clothing. The overlay reminds you that these free doll clothes patterns are all available to download and print at ChellyWood.com

Free Historic Doll Clothes Patterns for 11 to 11.5 Inch Dolls

ATTENTION BLOG FOLLOWERS: Today’s blog post is part of the new 2019 website renovations. I’m working behind the scenes to make it easier to find the patterns you want. If you’d like to make one of the outfits shown in this gallery, just follow these directions: Click on the photograph of the outfit you’d like to sew. This will take you to a larger image … Continue reading Free Historic Doll Clothes Patterns for 11 to 11.5 Inch Dolls

Free Sewing Patterns for Vintage Francie Dolls

ATTENTION BLOG FOLLOWERS: Today’s blog post is part of the new 2019 website renovations. I’m working behind the scenes to make it easier to find the patterns you want. If you’d like to make one of the outfits shown in this gallery, just follow these directions: Click on the photograph of the outfit you’d like to sew. This will take you to a larger image … Continue reading Free Sewing Patterns for Vintage Francie Dolls

The image shows two different Project MC2 dolls: Bryden Bandweth doll and the Camryn Coyle doll. In the winter-scene diorama, the Camryn Coyle doll stands before a Christmas sleigh full of tiny presents. In front of her is a tiny train running on a train track. She wears boots beneath her outfits. There are two of these holiday dioramas, and in the top one (upper left-hand corner), she wears a red holiday dress adorned with wispy fur and lace. It's a red dress with a candy-cane red and white striped petticoat. In the bottom winter scene, the Camryn Coyle doll wears a green holiday dress with a ribbon belt that looks like a Santa belt. Beneath this green floral-print dress skirt, she wears eyelet bloomers. In the bottom right corner, there's a garden-style diorama with a sandy ground. The Cameron Coyle doll models a yellow summer top and easy-sew summer skirt with a ruffle. She stands barefoot in the sand with a lovely wrought iron curly-patterned metal gate behind her. In the upper-right-hand corner, we find the Bryden Bandweth doll in a pirate suit, on a beach, with sand at her feet and a beach behind her. She wears a felt tricorne hat with a skull an crossed bones embroidered on it. She also wears Colonial style shirt, vest, and 3/4 length pants. She has a pair of colonial felt boots with buckles on her feet. In the lower right-hand corner is a different garden scene with flowers and a bridge. (It's actually a duplicate of Monet's Green Bridge painting--the one that's on display at the Orsay museum in Paris, France.) Braden Bandwidth wears a floral long-sleeve top and trousers. In the bottom center is another winter scene (without the Christmas sleigh) and in this scene, Brayden Bandwith wears a fancy floral dress with a silk purse. The dress has a lace petticoat and lace sleeves. All of these images are marked with the ChellyWood.com watermark which states "Free printable sewing patterns and more." In face, all of these outfits come with free printable sewing patterns and tutorial videos that show you how to make the dolls' clothes.

Free Sewing Patterns for Project MC2 Dolls

ATTENTION BLOG FOLLOWERS: Today’s blog post is part of the new 2019 website renovations. I’m working behind the scenes to make it easier to find the patterns you want. If you’d like to make one of the outfits shown in this gallery, just follow these directions: Click on the photograph of the outfit you’d like to sew. This will take you to a larger image … Continue reading Free Sewing Patterns for Project MC2 Dolls

Please visit ChellyWood.com for FREE printable sewing patterns to fit dolls of many shapes and sizes. Image shows 11 to 12 inch Disney Princess dolls modeling four different outfits including a pair of pants, a Colonial shirt, a tricorne hat, a party dress, a Halloween-candy corn long sleeve dress with collar, and an A-line dress with puff sleeves and cuffs (the latter uses St. Patrick's Day green plaid shamrock fabric). The watermark explains that free printable sewing patterns are available to download at ChellyWood.com where these images originated.

Free Sewing Patterns for Disney Princess Dolls

ATTENTION BLOG FOLLOWERS: Today’s blog post is part of the new 2019 website renovations. I’m working behind the scenes to make it easier to find the patterns you want. If you’d like to make one of the outfits shown in this gallery, just follow these directions: Click on the photograph of the outfit you’d like to sew. This will take you to a larger image … Continue reading Free Sewing Patterns for Disney Princess Dolls