This image shows a visual preview of the free printable pdf pattern downloadable link that's on the same page. In the preview, we see four images of a tiny 6 inch American girl doll wearing variations of outfits that were made using this pattern. One outfit includes a T-shirt that appears to be screen printed with the words "All Star" and this shirt matches the girl-power printed fabric of the shorts the doll wears. There's also an image of the same tee shirt in navy blue solid fabric with a pair of elastic-waist underpants made of the same fabric. The doll models a tee shirt and shorts made of pink jersey fabric as well, and in a fourth image, she wears the tee shirt with a skirt. Each of these 6 inch doll clothes items has a sewing pattern that's visible in the preview image: a pattern for a skirt for 6" American Girl dolls; a pattern for a T-shirt to fit the 6-inch American Girl dolls; a pattern for shorts to fit the 6 inch AG dolls, and two patterns in the shapes of underpants / knickers that six inch American Girl dolls (AG dolls) can wear. All of these are free printable sewing patterns that you can use, marked with the Creative Commons Attribution mark, with an easy PDF download at ChellyWood.com

#PDFpattern Wednesday: free skirt pattern for the 6″ Mini #AGdoll and similar-sized #dolls

Okay, at this point it might be getting tedious… I’ve been posting the same free pattern each Wednesday for three weeks now. So next week we’ll take a break, okay? I have a baby doll summer dress pattern that has been waiting in the wings! But for this week’s 6″ American Girl doll skirt project, you’ll definitely need this pattern, so here it is again: … Continue reading #PDFpattern Wednesday: free skirt pattern for the 6″ Mini #AGdoll and similar-sized #dolls

This image shows a visual preview of the free printable pdf pattern downloadable link that's on the same page. In the preview, we see four images of a tiny 6 inch American girl doll wearing variations of outfits that were made using this pattern. One outfit includes a T-shirt that appears to be screen printed with the words "All Star" and this shirt matches the girl-power printed fabric of the shorts the doll wears. There's also an image of the same tee shirt in navy blue solid fabric with a pair of elastic-waist underpants made of the same fabric. The doll models a tee shirt and shorts made of pink jersey fabric as well, and in a fourth image, she wears the tee shirt with a skirt. Each of these 6 inch doll clothes items has a sewing pattern that's visible in the preview image: a pattern for a skirt for 6" American Girl dolls; a pattern for a T-shirt to fit the 6-inch American Girl dolls; a pattern for shorts to fit the 6 inch AG dolls, and two patterns in the shapes of underpants / knickers that six inch American Girl dolls (AG dolls) can wear. All of these are free printable sewing patterns that you can use, marked with the Creative Commons Attribution mark, with an easy PDF download at ChellyWood.com

#PDFpattern Wednesday: T-shirt for the 6″ Mini #AmericanGirl and similar-sized #dolls

Yes, this is the same pattern we saw last week, but I thought it would be a good idea to re-post it this week, just in case you missed last week’s series of posts for making the underpants. So without further ado, here’s the easy-to-download free pattern: FREE printable PDF pattern for 6-inch doll clothes wardrobe This pattern will likely fit any 6 inch dolls … Continue reading #PDFpattern Wednesday: T-shirt for the 6″ Mini #AmericanGirl and similar-sized #dolls

#FridayFollow: Who do you follow on eBay?

Who do you follow on eBay? One of my favorite eBay stores is Dodi’s Shop of Stuff. I’m actually lucky enough to have met Dodi in person, and she’s a woman with a business-sense that I truly admire and aspire to. Her eBay store has over 8,000 reviews with a 99.9% positive rating. You can’t find eBay stores with a better rating than that! Dodi … Continue reading #FridayFollow: Who do you follow on eBay?

The image shows a handmade pincushion in the shape of a Dutch windmill (like the old-fashioned ones found in the Netherlands). It has propellers, windows, a door, and it appears to have embroidered borders around various parts, like it's an embroidery sampler of some kind. The propellers are held on with a cloth-covered button. In the window boxes are tiny flowers. From roof to base, it's covered in colorful straight pins. The overlay says, "Windmill pin-cushion" and offers the URL ChellyWood.com where you can find patterns for other pin cushions and craft projects. All patterns on ChellyWood.com are free to print, using a creative commons attribution mark.

Dutch windmill pincushion: #ChristmasGiftIdeas for anyone who loves #TheNetherlands, #sewing, #miniatures, or #embroidery

Here’s the tutorial you’ve been waiting for! I just love my little Dutch windmill pincushion! I use it all the time, and for Christmas this season, I’ve been making one for an aunt of mine who also loves to sew. I don’t advise this project for the absolute beginner; however, if you’re intermediate to advanced at sewing and would like to learn to embroider, this … Continue reading Dutch windmill pincushion: #ChristmasGiftIdeas for anyone who loves #TheNetherlands, #sewing, #miniatures, or #embroidery

#Kwanzaa Unity Cup #DIY project @ ChellyWood.com

  This week I posted patterns for Kwanzaa doll clothes, including a free, printable poncho pattern. But what else does a fashion doll need for his/her Kwanzaa celebration? How about a unity cup? This tutorial video shows you how to make a unity cup from three simple objects you can find around the house: half of a nut shell a bead connector a slice of … Continue reading #Kwanzaa Unity Cup #DIY project @ ChellyWood.com

Please visit ChellyWood.com for free, printable sewing patterns for dolls of many shapes and sizes. Image shows a Stacie doll (Barbie's little sister) dressed in a hand-made Christmas dress and elf hat. She stands before a tiny train filled with gifts and toys. She leans against Santa's sleigh, which is filled with little wrapped gifts. Behind her is a snow-covered hill with many wintery pine trees.

#Sew small #dolls #Christmas dress w/free pattern @ ChellyWood.com

Here’s a preview of the red Christmas “elf” dress I’m going to show you how to make this week. That’s Barbie’s little sister, Stacie, pictured above. And as you can see by the images below, this FREE pattern fits LOTS of different dolls: That’s my little World of Love doll wearing the dress (above). And there’s Momoko wearing the dress. The 10″ and 11″ Disney … Continue reading #Sew small #dolls #Christmas dress w/free pattern @ ChellyWood.com

#Miniature #dolls’ dress pattern is free @ ChellyWood.com #dollhouse

Here we have a tiny-doll project for someone who is a beginning-to-intermediate sewist. (Any time you need to attach sleeves, the sewing gets a little harder than just beginner-level.) I still think this is a pretty easy project for tiny hands, so I’ve included this video in my “Easy-Sew Projects for Kids” tutorial collection. The pattern below goes with the tutorial above. It will fit most … Continue reading #Miniature #dolls’ dress pattern is free @ ChellyWood.com #dollhouse