Today’s tutorial video goes with the pattern you’ll find below (the same pattern I posted yesterday): Free printable PDF sewing pattern for 4-inch or 5-inch doll dresses The doll pictured in the video is distributed in the United States by Greenbrier International, Inc. I bought my Greenbrier doll at a Dollar Tree store, for literally one American dollar. UPDATE TO THIS POST: Please note that … Continue reading Sew a super easy dress for 4-inch or 5-inch dolls @ ChellyWood.com #StrawberryShortcake #dollclothes
UPDATE TO THIS POST: Please note that the Greenbrier doll that appears in this post has recently been discovered to contain harmful chemicals! Visit this website to learn more or go to the CPSC.gov website for more detailed information on toy recalls. Here’s how the original blog post went… Today’s tutorial video goes with the pattern you’ll find below: Free printable PDF sewing pattern for … Continue reading Sew a super easy dress for miniature dolls @ ChellyWood.com #tinythings #dolls
Today’s video tutorial will show you how to make a “Votes for Women” sash for your 1:6 scale dolls. The following additional tutorials will likely help you with this sewing and embroidery project: Couching stitch (embroidery) How to attach bias tape Whipstitch Backstitch How to sew snaps on fabric If you’re looking for a fun project that teaches a child or a beginning sewist how … Continue reading In 2020 we celebrate the 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote in the USA #suffrage #votes4women #embroidery
It’s never too early to start your holiday sewing projects, right? Here’s a holiday sewing project you can start for any children who have an 8-inch baby doll… This week’s free sewing pattern will fit most 8″ (20 cm) baby dolls. Today’s free PDF sewing pattern comes with two pieces: the one shown above and the one shown below: Just like we saw with the … Continue reading Sew your #ChristmasGifts in #June with this free #Sewing Pattern for 8″ baby doll clothes!
This week’s free sewing pattern will fit most 12″ (30 cm) baby dolls. But it has two pieces: the one shown above and the one shown below: That’s right… the second page of the pattern includes a diaper pattern! I plan to post the tutorial video showing you how to make the dress in tomorrow’s blog post, but you’ll have to wait for the diaper … Continue reading #PDFpattern Wednesday: Free 12 Inch #Doll Clothes #Patterns
I realize I posted this one last week too, but there are lots of elements to this one little ol’ pattern, folks! Check it out–last week I taught you how to make the pirate hat. This week I’m teaching you how to make the vest. Next week I’ll show you how those adorable little Colonial shoes are made. Some of you have been anxiously waiting … Continue reading FREE #doll vest #pattern @ ChellyWood.com fits @ProjectMC2 #dolls
Last week I showed you how to make my Colonial hat (or pirate hat). This week I’m going to show you how to make the vest that goes with it. A vest is one of the easiest patterns to sew, as it doesn’t require snaps or buttons or zippers. In fact, it was one of the first things I learned to make for dolls, back … Continue reading Easy #Sewing Projects for #Kids: #Dolls’ Vest w/free pattern @ ChellyWood.com
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