Here we see a Ken doll wearing an auburn wig in a hairstyle that was common during the middle ages. His vest is red with gold rickrack. His puff sleeves are made of floral cotton in a gold print. His bi colored trousers are red and white striped on one leg and gold on the other. He wears black boots made of craft felt. He stands in a ballroom with a bust of Shakespeare behind him. On the wall is a family crest in red and blue cotton hanging with a drape effect. The crest symbol is a gold cross. There's a door to the doll's left, as if he could exit the room whenever he's ready.

Free #sewingpattern for Ken #doll vest, shirt, pants, and #boots @

This handsome young man will be playing Count Paris in my dolly rendition of Romeo and Juliet. While we wait for the stop-motion film of Romeo and Juliet to be released, I’m giving away free patterns for all the costumes I’ve designed for this play/film. These patterns will fit many fashion dolls including Ken, G.I. Joe, and more. And here they are for you to … Continue reading Free #sewingpattern for Ken #doll vest, shirt, pants, and #boots @

Printable pattern for bi-colored pants (Renaissance style) for Barbie dolls

Printable #Sewing Pattern for #DIY #BarbieDoll Pants Is Free and Easy to Sew

Here’s my printable pattern for Barbie doll pants. What makes it so easy to make is the bi-colored fabric. Even if you use one solid color, the tutorial I’ll be posting on Wednesday next week (showing you exactly how to make these) will be easy to follow because of the two different colors of fabric I’ve used. That makes it easy to see where seams … Continue reading Printable #Sewing Pattern for #DIY #BarbieDoll Pants Is Free and Easy to Sew