Please scroll down to the second set of bullets for the free printable PDF sewing pattern and links to any additional relevant tutorial videos. Today’s circle skirt project with eyelet trim was first published here on ChellyWood.com for vintage Skipper, but it also fits modern Stacie dolls, as well as these older Stacie dolls from the 1980’s. I’m publishing it again, with a little different T-shirt … Continue reading Let’s make a circle skirt w/eyelet trim for 1980’s Stacie dolls w/free patterns @ ChellyWood.com #DollClothes
For your free pattern and tutorial video, please scroll down to the second set of bullets. With the 4th of July holiday coming up here in the United States, I re-designed this tutorial video with a patriotic theme. For those of you who live outside the US, this coming Saturday is our Independence Day holiday, a national holiday in the United States. We celebrate with … Continue reading Patriotic mini skirt sewing project for 10 inch dolls w/free patterns @ ChellyWood.com #4thOfJuly #Crafts
For your free patterns and tutorial videos, please scroll down to the second set of bullets. Send your child or grandchild to this year’s Fourth of July parade with their favorite fashion doll dressed in a lovely maxi skirt and a new shirt to match! Today’s free patterns are relatively easy to sew if you have a bit of sewing experience. And what fun for … Continue reading Patriotic maxi skirt and sleeveless shirt for fashion dolls w/free PDF patterns @ ChellyWood.com #July4th #Patriotism
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!
Are you celebrating US Independence Day? Want to sew up some doll clothes on your day off? Here are all the FREE patterns and tutorials you’ll need to make the outfit shown above, which fits Barbie Dreamtopia Endless Hair Kingdom 17″ Dolls from Mattel: Here’s the free printable sewing pattern for the shirt Here’s the tutorial showing you how to make the shirt Here’s the free printable sewing pattern … Continue reading Happy #4thOfJuly from the #dolls @ ChellyWood.com #IndependenceDay #YAY!
In the image above, Barbie and friends wave a flag at the 4th of July parade. Do your dolls need to be well-dressed for the 4th of July fireworks? Would you like to make one–or even ALL–of these outfits? Once again, I have lots of free sewing patterns for you, in celebration of the United States’ Independence Day. Let’s go from left to right, according … Continue reading FREE #4thOfJuly #doll clothes patterns @ ChellyWood.com #parade
Yes, it’s almost time for our Independence Day in the United States, which we celebrate on July 4th. To show my patriotism, I’ve decided to re-post the tutorial and pattern (click this link to download) for making this lovely colorblock dress. Tomorrow, I’ll post the pattern for making the doll’s headscarf. This patriotic dress pattern is designed to fit most 11.5-inch fashion dolls, like Barbie®, many … Continue reading FREE pattern for fashion #doll #craft: sew a #July4th patriotic dress!
Here’s the lovely retro-style colorblock dress that I’m giving away on the OOAK Secrets Facebook page. (See link for contest entry and details about the contest.) Of course, I’ll eventually post the patterns and tutorial to make this colorblock dress, so even if you don’t win the contest, be patient, and you can make a dress like this one, on your own at home. I’d … Continue reading #July4th #Dolls’ Dress Giveaway @ ChellyWood.com #Dollstagram
We’re coming to the end of this Independence Day contest to win the handmade doll dress you see in the image above. I’m giving this dress, the shoes, and the headscarf away on the OOAK Secrets Facebook page. (See link for contest entry and details about the contest.) I plan to eventually post the patterns and tutorial to make this colorblock dress, so even if you don’t … Continue reading #Win this FREE #BarbieDress in an #IndependenceDay contest w/ details @ ChellyWood.com
Would you like to win this lovely colorblock patriotic dress, which Chelly Wood made to look like a United States flag? Here’s a link to the contest on Facebook. This is my first announcement about the contest, and I’m trying to get the word out fast, as the contest ends very soon! So be sure to get your entry in on Facebook right away! I’ll … Continue reading #BarbieDress Giveaway Contest for #4thOfJuly: Find Details at ChellyWood.com #July4
Have you signed up to win my handmade Barbie wardrobe for the 4th of July contest? If not, go to this page to see contest rules and leave a comment saying you’d like to win! Contest ends tomorrow, so there’s no time like the present to enter. Here’s what you’ll be winning, if you’re the lucky winner (handmade clothes only, no dolls included): Continue reading You have only one more day to enter the contest for #Free #Handmade #BarbieDoll Clothes @ ChellyWood.com !