Visit ChellyWood.com for free, printable sewing patterns to fit dolls of many shapes and sizes. Image of Finnick Odair doll from Hunger Games wearing a wig and dressed as Tybalt for Chelly Wood's stop-motion video of Romeo and Juliet with 1:6 scale dolls. On the page, it offers free, printable sewing patterns for making the Tybalt costume to fit most Ken-sized dolls.

#FinnickOdair Doll #Plays Tybalt in ChellyWood.com #StopMotion Video of RandJ

The patterns for the costume shown above have actually been some of my most popular for Ken and other 1:6 scale male dolls. The tutorial videos for making these pants and these boots have reached 2,311 views and 2,835 views, respectively, as of Sunday, June 26, 2016, when I wrote this blog post. I have to admit, though, this pattern and this tutorial for Ken … Continue reading #FinnickOdair Doll #Plays Tybalt in ChellyWood.com #StopMotion Video of RandJ

Image of patterns for a shirt back, jeans pocket, tie top, tie, and dressy trousers or pants to fit male fashion dolls like Mattel's Ken or Spin Master Liv Doll Jake. Shirt may fit GI Joe dolls, as does the tie pattern. Small print says, "Patterns use 1/4 inch seams. Please enlarge the pattern to fit an 11 x 8.5 inch sheet of American computer paper (216 x 279 mm) before printing. Visit ChellyWood.com to find the tutorial video to match this pattern.

Free #sewing pattern for male #fashionDoll suit and tie

This is the second of a two-pattern set I’m posting this week. Yesterday I posted a pattern that included the rest of the shirt pattern, plus the jeans pattern that goes with the pocket on this page. Tomorrow and the next day, I’ll post tutorials showing how to make the tie and the trousers/pants. Next week I’ll focus on how to make the jeans and shirt. Feel … Continue reading Free #sewing pattern for male #fashionDoll suit and tie

Sewing Pattern for a Renaissance Doublet and Trousers to Fit Ken Dolls

#Renaissance Doublet #Sewing #Pattern for Ken Dolls

Today I’m posting my pattern for the Renaissance doublet you saw in yesterday’s post. A doublet is more or less a vest with sleeves. During the Renaissance, these sleeves were often detachable. Tomorrow I’ll post my video tutorial, showing you how to sew this doublet. This garment is not for the beginning seamstress, though! Beware! It’s a tough one to make! On Thursday, I’ll show … Continue reading #Renaissance Doublet #Sewing #Pattern for Ken Dolls

Image of Ken doll wearing home-sewn prince's jacket and trousers (patterns and tutorials available at ChellyWood.com)

Free Ken Pants #Sewing #Patterns and Video Tutorials

Monday I posted a picture of the whole Ken-clothing project, when it’s all done. Tuesday I posted the pattern, which is free to download and print. Yesterday I posted the video tutorial for making the jacket for Ken’s prince costume. Today I’m posting the tutorial for making his pants. Finally, on Friday, I’ll post links to additional tutorials, so you can make Ken’s sword, sheath, belt, and … Continue reading Free Ken Pants #Sewing #Patterns and Video Tutorials

Image of Ken Doll dressed handsomely in prince costume. Title overlay says, "Sewing Tutorial."

Free Ken Clothes #Sewing #Patterns and Video Tutorials

Monday I posted a picture of the whole Ken-clothing project, when it’s all done. Tuesday I posted the pattern, which is free to download and print. Today I’m posting the video tutorial for making the jacket for Ken’s prince costume. Tomorrow, I’ll post the tutorial for making his pants. Finally, on Friday, I’ll post links to additional tutorials, so you can make Ken’s sword, sheath, … Continue reading Free Ken Clothes #Sewing #Patterns and Video Tutorials

Free downloadable pattern for Ken doll

Vest Pattern for Ken #Dolls Is Free to Print (Great for #Western Outfits or Groom Costumes)

Here’s the pattern I used for Count Paris’ vest in my Barbie production of Romeo and Juliet on YouTube. Tomorrow I’ll post the video tutorial, so you know exactly how to make this vest. To print the pattern, simply click on it, download it, and enlarge or shrink it to fit on a normal-sized piece of computer paper (with no borders), using Microsoft Word’s “insert … Continue reading Vest Pattern for Ken #Dolls Is Free to Print (Great for #Western Outfits or Groom Costumes)