Framed by a purple and blue quilt, we see three cabbage patch dolls dressed in handmade doll clothes. This looks like it is a photo from the front of a commercial pattern. There's a "Goodwill" sticker on the front as well, indicating that the pattern was purchased from a second-hand store. The ChellyWood.com logo also appears on the image to the side of the pattern photo.

I’m feeling inspired to design some dolly overalls… #DollClothesPatterns #SewingProjects

How cute are those little overalls? I’ve been feeling inspired to design a sewing pattern for making a pair of doll-sized overalls, but I’m not sure which doll(s) I want to make them for. Lately I’ve been sewing a lot of teeny-tiny stuff for my niece’s 6 inch Elsa and 5 inch Anna dolls. That’s one option, but they seem awfully tiny for the project. … Continue reading I’m feeling inspired to design some dolly overalls… #DollClothesPatterns #SewingProjects

The image shows the Chelly Wood doll (a Spin Master Liv doll with a grey haired wig) holding up a Cabbage Patch doll clothes pattern from the 1980's. The image has a matching blog post suggesting where you can find patterns to fit your Cabbage Patch dolls (or similar-sized baby dolls in the 14 inch, 15 inch and 16 inch size range). Visit ChellyWood.com to read the article on how to get patterns for your large baby dolls and Cabbage Patch dolls.

Where to find Cabbage Patch doll clothes patterns w/tips from ChellyWood.com #sewingproject #DIYcrafts

I frequently get requests for doll clothes patterns to fit baby dolls in the 14-inch, 15-inch, and 16-inch size range, and when I get these requests, I do add them to my constantly-growing list of doll clothes pattern requests. However I need to be honest with you; I don’t plan to design baby doll clothes for dolls in this size range any time soon. Why? … Continue reading Where to find Cabbage Patch doll clothes patterns w/tips from ChellyWood.com #sewingproject #DIYcrafts