I have to admit, the pants/jeans pattern has given me some grief, as I put together this set of patterns to fit my new 16″ Tonner™ fashion doll. So don’t count on the pants/jeans pattern just yet! Once I get a pair of jeans/pants sewn that really fit my doll, I’ll re-post this pattern with the image of the doll on it (wearing the ensemble). … Continue reading FREE Printable #Sewing Pattern for 16 to 17 Inch #Fashion #Dolls @ ChellyWood.com
Here in the US, summer has arrived, and with it, the risk of forest fires increases due to dry weather. If you’re looking for a fun gift to give a little boy or girl, why not make him/her a FireFighter Bear? Of course today’s pattern is the second pattern in this two-pattern set, so if you want to make someone a FireFighter Bear like Smokey, … Continue reading Hey @smokey_bear, have you seen my #firefighter #TeddyBear pattern?
This is my “Romeo’s Trousers” pattern for male fashion dolls, and it’s #2 on my list of the “Top 15 Downloaded Patterns from ChellyWood.com.” I really love this pants pattern for the modern Ken® and similar-sized dolls. In fact, whenever I make a new outfit for male fashion dolls, this is the pattern I use for the pants/jeans/trousers without fail. Of course the “trousers inlay” piece … Continue reading #Pants for male fashion #Dolls is #2 on my top free sewing patterns list
What are the 5 best pants patterns for fashion dolls? Well, of course, I’m partial to my own pants patterns. But if you want to know which 5 I’m most proud of, I can easily list those here, along with links to the patterns and tutorials for sewing them. #5 Summer Capri Pants Pattern #4 Tall Barbie® Pants Pattern #3 Bootcut Barbie® Pants Pattern #2 Elastic Waist Ken … Continue reading My favorite #doll pants #patterns @ ChellyWood.com #FashionDolls
This week on ChellyWood.com, I’m focusing on just my pants patterns, but remember that all my patterns are free to download and print. Here’s the page that’s loaded with free, downloadable, printable patterns for Ken, Barbie, Momoko, and other dolls. You need to enlarge the pattern to fit a regular sheet of printer paper before you print. Other than that, there are no strings attached. … Continue reading #Sewing #Renaissance Bi-Colored Pants for #Dolls