Image shows the 17-inch Monster High doll named Gooliope wearing a hand-made sleeveless top made of felt. Overlay says, "Easy MH Shirt" and offers the website, ""

#SewEasy #MonsterHigh #Dolls Shirt Tutorial @

This really is a pretty simple doll shirt, with one exception. The snaps can be tricky for beginners, which is why, on the pattern, I’ve labeled it with two dusty rose flowers instead of one. To make it easier for all the beginners out there, I’ll re-post my “How to Sew Snaps on Fabric” tutorial tomorrow. Also, it wouldn’t hurt to review my basic straight … Continue reading #SewEasy #MonsterHigh #Dolls Shirt Tutorial @

#Sewing project for beginners and #kids: Monster #Doll shirt made of felt

Earlier this week, I gave you the pattern for this shirt. Granted, it can be a little confusing, because it says it’s the pattern for a western shirt, but we won’t be using the sleeves. Furthermore, as it says in the tutorial, if you choose to make your doll’s shirts out of felt instead of more traditional woven fabrics, you won’t have to hem it … Continue reading #Sewing project for beginners and #kids: Monster #Doll shirt made of felt

#Doll Boots #Sewing Pattern and #DIY Tutorial

Yesterday I posted my boot pattern for Ken dolls. Today I’m posting the video tutorial to show you how to make them out of felt. I used expensive wool-based felt (the kind for felting), but a person could go with flannel or regular, inexpensive craft felt for this project. Just be very careful when using cheap felt, as it can tear when you put the … Continue reading #Doll Boots #Sewing Pattern and #DIY Tutorial