You might have seen these little stocking caps for sale in my store. Well there’s a story behind these hand-knitted miniature stocking caps. I don’t knit, but I can tell you a little about the woman who did make them. Today I want to share what I can of her sad story. I was driving around Twin Falls, Idaho (a town near where I live) … Continue reading The Story of the Tiny Stocking Caps and Poor Evelyn Who Made Them…
This week you were given the FREE patterns for making my 28″ doll sweater (in the UK referred to as a jumper, pullover, or jersey). Here are the free, printable sewing patterns that I posted yesterday: Free printable sewing patterns for 28 inch doll shirt or sweater in PDF downloadable pattern format Free printable patterns for 28 inch Barbie in MS Word doc format for … Continue reading #SewingBlogger Thursday: Let’s #sew a sweater / jumper for 28″ #dolls!
Some of my followers on ChellyWood.com are new to sewing, so I thought I’d ask an expert seamstress for a little sewing advice. Julie Helmer, one of my Facebook friends from a doll clothes group I belong to online, has her own Etsy doll clothes line. Her store is called, “Sew Dolled Up.” Here are the questions I asked her in our interview, and the careful responses … Continue reading #Sewing Tips From Expert Doll #Seamstress, Julie Helmer @ ChellyWood.com #Dollstagram
This is a shoutout to my friend, Diane, who creates her own knitting patterns for American Girl dolls and other 18-inch dolls! If you visit her website, you can print her free knitting patterns. Just take a look at Diane’s beautiful handiwork: If you also have free doll clothes or doll craft patterns on your website, feel free to contact me about doing an interview or … Continue reading Free #Knitting Patterns for #AmericanGirl Dolls and Other 18-inch #Dolls!