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How to design your own #DollClothes

Over the years, a few of my followers and friends have asked me, “How do you design your own doll clothes? Is there a trick to it?” Well some patterns are easier than others, of course, but the video above sort of explains my process. You’ll notice, in the video, that I often make errors. I check for these errors by trying my paper patterns on the … Continue reading How to design your own #DollClothes

Image of 18-inch doll wearing printed apron with patterns to make apron for 18-inch dolls. This pattern is free to print.

More FREE Sewing Patterns to Fit #18inchDolls @ ChellyWood.com #Dollstagram #dolls

I’m going to show you how to make the apron another week, but to follow tomorrow’s tutorial, you’ll need yesterday’s skirt pattern plus this skirt waistband pattern (look on the right-hand side of the pattern). This is the second part of a simple pattern for a gathered-waist skirt, to fit American Girl Dolls, Madame Alexander Dolls, Journey Girls, and most other 18″ dolls. You can find all … Continue reading More FREE Sewing Patterns to Fit #18inchDolls @ ChellyWood.com #Dollstagram #dolls

Video Tutorial for Sewing a #Doll Dress for #MomokoDolls #モモコドール

Today we’ll be sewing an elegant ball gown for Momoko dolls. My free pattern is on this website. You can download and print it. All I ask is that you like this video on Facebook, tweet about it, or pin it on your Pinterest page. Thanks for watching! Warning: this particular pattern and tutorial is for advanced students of sewing. It’s not an easy one to … Continue reading Video Tutorial for Sewing a #Doll Dress for #MomokoDolls #モモコドール