The purchase of this item in my Etsy store will help me pay the bills for running my free doll clothes pattern website! As the end of 2023 rolls around, I’ll be reviewing last year’s goals and updating my New Year’s Resolution planner. Each year, I use this one-sheet planner to set goals, and I’m always surprised at the end of a year, by how … Continue reading Set sewing goals for 2024 with my 99 cent digital, editable sewing planner @ ChellyWood.com #SewingGoals #NewYearsResolution
Note: as an Amazon affiliate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Last week I gave you my free patterns for making a Hawaiian shirt for my plush bear toy. With today’s blog post, I’m completing the ensemble by giving you the pattern and tutorial for making the pants as well. This is a great Christmas gift idea for the little boys in your family! The tutorial … Continue reading Make a Hawaiian shirt and a pair of pants for a plush bear toy #Toys #GiftIdeas
Note: as an Amazon affiliate, I earn from qualifying purchases. If you watch the news in the United States at all, you’re probably aware that the Hawaiian island of Maui suffered terrible damages last summer. I don’t like to jump on the hype bandwagon, so I waited for Hawaii to start its healing process before I decided to post today’s tutorial. This tutorial shows you … Continue reading FREE Hawaiian shirt pattern for Chelly Wood’s “firefighter bear” and other 8 inch baby dolls
Note: as an Amazon affiliate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Today’s blog post is a re-post of an older pattern, which I’ve converted into a PDF. And yes, if my “Firefighter Bear” looks vaguely familiar to you, as a child, I had a “Smokey Bear” plush toy that was a particular favorite of mine. He was, of course, the inspiration for my own “firefighter bear” … Continue reading FREE firefighter bear PDF sewing patterns are great for making your own plush toys as Christmas gifts this year…
Please scroll down to the second set of bullets for the free printable PDF sewing pattern and links to any additional relevant tutorial videos. Note: as an Amazon affiliate, I earn from qualifying purchases. How cute is this little fellow? Today’s blog post is actually a re-post, which dates back to when my best friend’s daughter was pregnant, and she wanted books for her baby … Continue reading Paddington bear plush toy free sewing patterns #PaddingtonBear #FreePatterns
Please scroll down to the second set of bullets for the free printable PDF sewing patterns and links to any additional relevant tutorial videos. When I first designed today’s crop top, I was designing it to fit the LOL Surprise! OMG dolls, but once I got the thing made, I decided that although the crop top does fit her in the hips (the most challenging … Continue reading Make a swingy crop top for Creatable World dolls with today’s free PDF sewing patterns @ ChellyWood.com
Please scroll down to the second set of bullets for the free printable PDF sewing patterns and links to any additional relevant tutorial videos. Yesterday I gave you the free pattern for the long-sleeved shirt, along with the video tutorial showing how to make it. And at the end of September, we looked at how we can take these pants and turn them into cargo … Continue reading Let’s make a shirt and pants for Tinkerbell fairy dolls w/free doll clothes patterns!
Please scroll down to the second set of bullets for the free printable PDF sewing patterns and links to any additional relevant tutorial videos. Today’s video and free doll shirt pattern will show you how to sew a long-sleeved shirt that will fit 8 inch to 9 inch dolls like the Tinkerbell fairy dolls from Disney. There’s a whole list of dolls that will fit … Continue reading Sew a pretty long-sleeved Shirt for Tinkerbell or other 8-inch to 9-inch fashion dolls with today’s free doll clothes patterns!
As an Amazon Affiliate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Yesterday I shared some pictures of the 18 inch doll beach diorama that I built about four years ago or so: The video at the top of the page today shows you how to make your own doll beach, just like the one in the image above. It’s ideal for 18 inch dolls, but of course … Continue reading How to make a BIG beach diorama for your dolls!
People who are just learning to sew will sometimes take one look at a pattern that has a ruffle, and think, “I can’t make that. A ruffle looks too hard!” But it’s not hard! In today’s one-minute #Shorts video, you’ll see that the steps to making a ruffle are relatively easy. It may also help to view one or more of these tutorial videos … Continue reading How to sew a ruffle on a doll’s skirt or dress… It’s EASY!
Back when I purchased the little Dawn-doll-sized Remco I Dream of Jeannie doll, I was at a thrift store and discovered a clear plastic bag filled with somebody’s handmade, Barbie-sized aprons. I bought the whole bag for very little money, but when I brought them home, I didn’t know what I was going to do with them. And then, as most of you know, I … Continue reading What should I do with all these lovely handmade Barbie-sized aprons? #DollCrafts #DollClothesPatterns
Today’s “Doll of the Day” image is a troll doll. Do you have one? Do you wish you did? Feel free to leave your thoughts and memories regarding these dolls in the comments section. If you’re wondering why today’s blog post is so short, please read the blog post entitled, “Please keep me in your prayers!” And as always, please show your support by spreading … Continue reading Doll of the Day: Trolls