This week’s sewing project isn’t a doll clothes tutorial; it’s a craft project. We’re going to make a miniature MineCraft character cube that you can stuff like a plushie or fill with rice or beans to form a hacky sack / footbag / foot sack. So here are all the patterns and tutorials you’ll need to make this week’s MineCraft hacky sack / footbag: Tutorial … Continue reading #SewingBlogger Thursday: #MineCraft #HackySack sewing project w/FREE Pattern
This week I’m trying to catch up on my blog posts that offer lots of options for building your 28-inch doll’s wardrobe. Today I’m posting the patterns and tutorials for making the easy-sew felt top and elastic-waist shorts shown in the image above (worn by the 28-inch “Just Play” Barbie). Here are all the patterns and tutorials you’ll need to make this summer outfit: FREE … Continue reading #Sew a #summerwardrobe for your 28-inch #dolls with free patterns @ ChellyWood.com
This week’s pattern is only slightly different form last week’s because it includes the pattern for the so-easy-to-sew slipper. Once again, this pattern will fit Barbie, Queens of Africa, Skipper, vintage Francie, Spin Master Liv Dolls, the fashion-doll-sized Disney Princess dolls, and a lot of other dolls in the 10-inch to 11.5-inch fashion doll size range. Here’s the pattern in both a MS Word format and … Continue reading #PDFpattern Wednesday: #Skipper pajamas FREE #pattern @ ChellyWood.com
Yes, the pajamas that Skipper is modeling in the image above are the same pajamas we made for Barbie last week. We’ll be using basically the same exact pattern for Skipper’s PJ’s, as the pattern will fit both dolls. But this week I’ve added a little extra to the pattern I gave you last week; it’s a pattern for making Skipper’s slippers: You might have … Continue reading #MeMade Monday: a babydoll pajama set and slippers for Skipper #dolls on #ValentinesDay
Last week I shared my free patterns for Tammy’s pajama pants. This week I’m sharing my free pattern for the felt shirt you see in this DIY video. Here are the free, printable patterns you’ll need: Free printable pattern for Tammy Doll shirt PDF Free printable pattern for Tammy Doll shirt MS Word It’s my sincere hope that you’ll have loads of fun making this … Continue reading #SewingBlogger Thursday: Sew a #Felt shirt for vintage Tammy #dolls @ ChellyWood.com
This week I’m posting the FREE printable PDF pattern for making the felt shirt that my vintage Tammy doll is modeling in the image above. Tammy dolls were made by the Ideal Toy Corporation from 1962 to 1966, according to Wikipedia. One of my aunts owned one, when I was growing up, but my Tammy is one I purchased on eBay a few years ago … Continue reading #MeMade Monday: Easy-to-sew felt shirt for #vintage Tammy #doll
Here’s the DIY tutorial video that I promised, showing you how to make the cute little felt slippers for 8-inch baby dolls. For easy download of my free doll shoes and dress pattern, click here. Need help printing my patterns? This tutorial is designed to help. If you’re curious about the recent updates and changes to my blog, this page has more information. Please support … Continue reading #DIY #felt shoes for 8-inch baby #dolls w/free #patterns @ ChellyWood.com
If this pattern looks familiar, that’s no surprise. It’s the same pattern we used to make the snowflake holiday dress last week! But you’ll notice that it also has the pattern for the little pink felt booties that the 8-inch baby doll is wearing in my photos. Those little doll shoes are the focus of this week’s sewing project. For easy download of this 8-inch … Continue reading Free printable #doll clothes pattern: #felt booties for 8″ #baby #dolls
This week I’m going to show you how to make the adorable, easy-to-sew felt booties that this Lil’ Cutesie doll is wearing with her holiday snowflake dress. Tomorrow you’ll get the free, printable sewing pattern for the baby doll booties (or slippers or shoes). Then on Wednesday, I’ll be posting the video tutorial. I posted the patterns and tutorials for the holiday snowflake dress last … Continue reading #Sew a pair of baby #dolls’ #felt booties w/free #patterns from ChellyWood.com
Last week I showed you how to make the super-easy-to-sew skirt that’s shown in today’s DIY tutorial, and I gave you the free skirt pattern too. Today I’m sharing my tutorial for making a super-easy-to-sew Barbie-sized shirt, made from felt and swatches of ruffled lace. Even children and absolute beginners can make this easy-sew doll shirt! Just in case you missed it yesterday, here’s the … Continue reading Sewing #dolls’ clothes with these #free patterns is one of those #CraftsForKids worth doing!
This is such a cute little outfit for Christmas! The dress actually fits a whole bunch of dolls, not just Mattel’s Skipper®. Just take a look at my “North Pole Christmas” stop motion video to see a preview of all the different dolls that can wear this dress. Today’s project is actually a re-post from last Christmas, but it’s worth revisiting. It was so much … Continue reading FREE Skipper #dolls #Christmas clothes #sewing patterns @ ChellyWood.com
Hopefully you’re as excited as I am about this adorable Dutch windmill pincushion project! I actually started this project a full year ago, but I’ve waited to post it until just before Christmas because I think it would make a fantastic Christmas gift for anyone who sews or collects miniatures. Here’s a link to the Dutch windmill pincushion pattern for easy download. There have been … Continue reading Sew a #Dutch windmill #pincushion with free #sewing pattern @ ChellyWood.com (just like the old wind mills found in the #Netherlands)!