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)!
Here we have the tutorial video showing how to sew a very basic felt shirt for 18 inch dolls (46 cm dolls) like American Girl dolls and Madame Alexander dolls. Yesterday I posted the free pattern that accompanies this video, but for your convenience, I’m re-posting it right here: Free printable sewing pattern for basic felt summer top for 18-inch (46 cm) dolls If you’re … Continue reading Today we’re #sewing a #felt shirt for #18inchDolls w/free pattern @ ChellyWood.com
It doesn’t get easier than this! Here’s my free printable pattern for an easy-to-sew felt shirt, which is designed to fit 18-inch (46 cm) dolls like American Girl and Madame Alexander dolls (among others). Tomorrow I’ll post my tutorial showing you how to sew it together. Remember the Creative Commons Attribution mark on my patterns simply means that you may freely use my patterns, but … Continue reading Free #patterns for 18-inch #dolls’ easy- #sew shirt @ ChellyWood.com
Here’s a preview of this week’s super-easy-to-sew project for 18-inch dolls. It’s a sleeveless shirt made of felt. Later this week I’ll be posting the free printable sewing pattern and tutorial to help you make this easy-to-sew felt shirt that will fit most 18-inch dolls like American Girl dolls and Madame Alexander dolls. You may recall, that on September 12th, I gave you the free … Continue reading Easy #DIY #felt project for 18-inch #dolls at ChellyWood.com!
Today’s tutorial video shows you how to make the very simple felt shirt that I gave you the pattern for yesterday. Just in case you missed that post, click here to download that FREE pattern once again. This felt shirt is designed to fit 28-inch dolls like Mattel’s Barbie “Best Fashion Friend” from Just Play. Those of you who are already very talented with sewing … Continue reading Super easy #felt shirt #DIY for 28-inch #tall #dolls
On my “Submit a Question” page, I often hear the question, “Where can I buy tiny buttons for my doll clothes?” From time to time, people also ask me for advice on zippers and buckles. I use Etsy for tiny doll buttons, tiny zippers, and similar sewing notions, but I generally buy my tiny snaps from Jo-Ann’s Fabrics. Jo-Ann’s does have an online store, but … Continue reading Where to Buy Buttons, Zippers, and Buckles for #Dolls, #Crafts, and #Sewing
In today’s tutorial, I’ve mentioned a lighthouse pincushion. That free pattern is not yet available, but once I get the necessary stitchery tutorials completed, I’ll post that free pattern as well. My goal is to have the pattern for the pincushion posted well before Christmas, so you could make this pincushion and give it away to fellow sewists as a Christmas gift (if you celebrate … Continue reading New Whip Stitch #Tutorial for Hand #Sewing and #Embroidery @ ChellyWood.com