The image shows an 18 inch doll wearing a handmade sleeveless cotton shirt. The fabric is a white cotton with multicolored confetti patterned across it. The neckline is simple and the top itself looks summery without being indiscreet. The text says "Free Shirt Pattern" and offers the URL of the website where you can download the free PDF sewing patterns for making this DIY 18 inch doll shirt for summer wardrobes: ChellyWood.com

Free 18″ doll shirt DIY tutorial and free patterns @ ChellyWood.com #SewingBlogger Thursday #Handmade #Toys

  In today’s DIY doll clothes sewing video, you’ll see my Madame Alexander doll modeling the clothes I made with my free printable PDF sewing patterns (scroll down for these patterns). However these doll clothes will fit other 18 inch (45-46 cm) dolls too. If you want to know whether or not this confetti outfit will fit your doll, just leave a comment. I’ll do my … Continue reading Free 18″ doll shirt DIY tutorial and free patterns @ ChellyWood.com #SewingBlogger Thursday #Handmade #Toys

The image shows the free doll clothes pattern for making a sleeveless shirt using cotton or felt. On the pattern it includes the creative commons attribution mark, and if you go to ChellyWood.com, you can download this pattern and many others for free as a PDF download pattern.

Free 18″ doll shirt pattern @ ChellyWood.com #PDFpattern Wednesday #Dollstyle #DollsClothes

The image above shows the JPG version of the free printable PDF sewing pattern that you will find in the bulleted area below. This pattern is designed to fit 18″ dolls (those are 45 to 46 cm dolls) with schoolgirl-age body types, like my Madame Alexander doll. If you’d like to see the finished shirt, I’ve included a link to the outfit preview below. You … Continue reading Free 18″ doll shirt pattern @ ChellyWood.com #PDFpattern Wednesday #Dollstyle #DollsClothes

Free #sewing lesson for #kids: make a tiny #doll’s dress w/ free pattern

You’ve got the cousins and/or grandkids coming over for the holidays. What are you going to do to keep them entertained? Why not give them a box of scraps, a handful of little dolls, and have them learn to sew? If you introduce them to beginning sewing lessons on their parents’ phones, they’ll be hooked! I have a series of tutorials for the beginning sewists on my YouTube … Continue reading Free #sewing lesson for #kids: make a tiny #doll’s dress w/ free pattern