The image shows a BFC Ink doll standing next to a Hearts for Hearts Girl (Consuelo). They both wear felt shirts with no sleeves. The BFC Ink doll's clothes can be described like this: white felt sleeveless top with blue plaid skirt that has knife pleats. The skirt is knee-length on the BFC Ink doll. The Hearts4Hearts doll's clothes can be described thus: pink sleeveless top with knee-length polka dot skirt. The image is part of a hashtag tape measure Tuesday measurements comparison on ChellyWood.com, which is meant to help doll clothes sewists / seamstresses with doll measurements for sewing projects. The image should be compared to another similar image toward the bottom of the blog post, in which the two dolls stand side by side again, but wearing each other's clothing in a clothes swap.

Let’s measure BFC Ink #dolls on #TapeMeasureTuesday and compare to a 14″ #doll

This week’s sewing project not only fits the little 14 inch (35.5 cm) Hearts for Hearts Girls, but surprisingly, it can also fit the 18 inch (45 cm) tall BFC Ink dolls. How can this be possible? Here are the sewing measurements for both dolls: BFC Ink Neck circumference… 9.5 cm Neck to shoulder seam… 3 cm Bust… 20.4 cm Collar to true waist… 8 … Continue reading Let’s measure BFC Ink #dolls on #TapeMeasureTuesday and compare to a 14″ #doll

This image shows a Hearts for Hearts (H4H or Hearts4Hearts) girl (doll) wearing a hand-made raincoat with a hood. The raincoat uses piping along the front placket, the opening for the hood, and the sleeves. The front placket offers a double-breasted looks, although it's actually sealed with Velcro. The topstitching on the front placket has pairs of tiny pink buttons running down the front of the coat. Inside the hood, we see a peek of pink cotton fabric with a London-themed print, which was used to line the coat with cotton lining. This hooded rain coat is made of Polyester, which gives it a plastic-like sheen and the doll's eyes shine brightly out from under the hood of her coat. The watermark says, "ChellyWood.com" and suggests that the website has free printable patterns and tutorials.

Preview of this week’s NEW sewing project: a hooded raincoat for 14-inch or 15-inch #dolls

In the image above, my Hearts4Hearts Girl, my Consuelo doll, is modeling an adorable hooded raincoat. As we kick off the rainy fall season here in the northern hemisphere, I think this project is perfect for a back-to-school “look” for doll clothes fashions. It has been a while since I gave you a very advanced project to sew, but this week’s hooded raincoat project’s free … Continue reading Preview of this week’s NEW sewing project: a hooded raincoat for 14-inch or 15-inch #dolls

This screenshot demonstrates some of the free printable sewing patterns you can find on ChellyWood.com (specifically free patterns for the 6-inch American Girl Mini dolls). The patterns used to make the outfits shown include a tiny skirt, a T-shirt, a pair of elastic-waist shorts, and a pair of underpants / knickers to fit 6" dolls like the AG Mini. They will also fit other dolls of similar body types.

Free Sewing Patterns for 6-inch (15 cm) AG Mini 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 6-inch (15 cm) AG Mini Dolls

This image shows what appears to be a Chelsea doll (little sister of Barbie, made by Mattel) modeling three different outfits: a modern blue dress, a red folk-style dress, and a ghost costume. This screenshot represents the images you'll find on the Gallery page where you can get links to all the free printable sewing patterns for making these three outfits and more. Click on the links provided to take you to the gallery page for these outfits' free sewing patterns.

Free Sewing Patterns for Chelsea 5-inch (14 cm) 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 Chelsea 5-inch (14 cm) Dolls

Free PDF Pattern for #Summer Shirt to Fit 18″ Crissy #Dolls: #SewingBlogger Thursday!

Are you ready to sew this adorable little tank-style top to fit your vintage Crissy doll? Well here are the patterns you’ll need: Free printable PDF pattern for Crissy doll sleeveless shirt or tank top Just yesterday I also gave you the pattern and tutorial for making the skirt you see Crissy wearing in this video. For your convenience, though, here’s that PDF pattern and … Continue reading Free PDF Pattern for #Summer Shirt to Fit 18″ Crissy #Dolls: #SewingBlogger Thursday!

This image shows a Stacie doll modeling an A-line dress, a pair of capri pants, a short-sleeved shirt, and a Christmas dress with lace trim and an elf-like velvet hat. Each of these outfits has free patterns on ChellyWood.com which you can download and print.

Free Sewing Patterns for 8-inch (20 cm) Stacie 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 8-inch (20 cm) Stacie Dolls

The image shows the "Alana" doll from Dora and Friends wearing handmade doll clothes including a pair of shorts, a T-shirt, a skirt trimmed in "hipster-style" ribbon, and a Christmas dress with lace trim. Each image of the doll is in a diorama setting; two of the pictures show the doll standing in a museum diorama; the third image shows the doll standing in a snowy North Pole setting next to a red Christmas sleigh with a toy train running across the snow in the foreground. For the free printable sewing patterns and tutorial videos showing how to make these outfits for you 8-inch dolls, please visit ChellyWood.com

Free Sewing Patterns for Dora and Friends 8-inch (20 cm) 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 Dora and Friends 8-inch (20 cm) Dolls

The picture shows a doll modeling a pair of handmade doll shorts. The overlay says "free shorts pattern" and offers the URL of the website ChellyWood.com, where you can download a free printable PDF pattern to make these shorts. This pattern will fit 6" American Girl dolls and 8" Dora and Friends dolls (Dora the Explorer dolls made by Fisher Price). The web page connected with this image has a tutorial video showing how to make these DIY hand-sewn shorts for dolls, which includes both a visual and audio instructions for making shorts to fit 6-inch to 8-inch dolls.

#SewingBlogger Thursday: Free PDF Pattern for Dora and Friends 8″ #Doll Clothes

Please note that today’s tutorial video mentions that the 6-inch American Girl dolls fit into today’s free shorts pattern as well as the 8-inch Dora and Friends dolls. Yay! (I love it when dolls can swap clothes!) So on the following patterns, you’ll see images of the 6″ AG dolls instead of the Dora and Friends dolls. Don’t be confused by this please. It’s just … Continue reading #SewingBlogger Thursday: Free PDF Pattern for Dora and Friends 8″ #Doll Clothes

The image shows a 6" Mini American Girl doll wearing a handmade tee shirt and a handmade skirt. You can download the free printable PDF sewing pattern for making this outfit at ChellyWood.com.

#PDFpattern Wednesday: Free 6-inch Mini #AmericanGirl #Doll Clothes Patterns

For your convenience, here are the patterns and tutorials you’ll need, if you want to make the outfit shown above: FREE printable PDF pattern for 6- to 8-inch doll clothes wardrobe In case you missed the earlier renditions of this pattern, here are links to the tutorials showing you: how to make the T-shirt for your 6″ American Girl dolls how to make the skirt … Continue reading #PDFpattern Wednesday: Free 6-inch Mini #AmericanGirl #Doll Clothes Patterns

The image shows a Bratz doll wearing a pretty green plaid dress with short puffy sleeves and solid green cuffs. The fabric pattern includes shamrocks among the plaid squares. This Bratz doll seems to be standing in an art museum, which displays a Monet garden-themed painting, a bust of Bach, a sculpted harlequin mask, and a famous painting of Romeo and Juliet in the museum diorama. The watermark reminds you that you can find the free printable sewing patterns and free tutorial videos for making this doll dress at ChellyWood.com

#SewingBlogger Friday: Another Free A-line Dress #Sewing Pattern for Bratz #Dolls

In yesterday’s blog post, I mentioned that my poor little Bratz dolls have been somewhat neglected over the years. They can fit into a number of the 8″ doll clothes patterns and 9″ doll clothes patterns that I’ve posted here, on ChellyWood.com, but I have often overlooked them because I didn’t have a decent Bratz doll to model them. However this lovely lady has recently … Continue reading #SewingBlogger Friday: Another Free A-line Dress #Sewing Pattern for Bratz #Dolls

#SewingBlogger Thursday: Free PDF A-line Dress #Sewing Pattern for Bratz #Dolls

Today’s tutorial shows the steps for making an adorable A-line dress that fits 8-inch or 9-inch fashion dolls. I’ve posted this tutorial before, but I felt like my Bratz doll got shorted since I had a not-so-great picture of her in my original gallery: That poor little thing came to me footless, hairless, and make-up free at a second hand store. I just plopped an … Continue reading #SewingBlogger Thursday: Free PDF A-line Dress #Sewing Pattern for Bratz #Dolls

This image shows a screenshot of the gallery where World of Love doll clothes patterns are displayed on ChellyWood.com. This website offers free printable sewing patterns for dolls like the vintage world of love dolls from hasbro, among other 9" doll clothes patterns.

FREE Vintage “World of Love” Doll Clothes 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 Vintage “World of Love” Doll Clothes Patterns