The image shows a 14-inch or 15-inch doll wearing a hooded raincoat on a printable image of the raincoat front pattern. All the patterns needed to make a doll's coat with hood are found at ChellyWood.com

Free Hooded Raincoat PDF Doll Clothes Patterns

Today I’m sharing the free printable PDF sewing patterns I’ve designed to fit 14-inch, 15-inch, and 16-inch dolls like the Hearts4Hearts Girls and similar-sized dolls. I post these images in the hope that you’ll share them on social media. My doll clothes patterns are available for free through “Creative Commons Attribution.” This means that I created my patterns (and therefore I own rights to them), … Continue reading Free Hooded Raincoat PDF Doll Clothes Patterns

This is a youtube header for a diy tutorial video which shows how to make a miniature doll dress to fit 6 inch or 7 inch dolls like Strawberry Shortcake dolls. The URL that's suggested by the youtube thumbnail is ChellyWood.com

DIY video and free pattern for #sewing a #gingham dress for Strawberry Shortcake 7″ #dolls

This week’s #SewingBlogger Thursday includes a pattern that I’ve used before for other small dolls, but I made today’s tutorial in response to a request made by two different visitors to ChellyWood.com: Jason and Sharon. Now Sharon’s Strawberry Shortcake was a little smaller than mine, but as you’ll see in the video, my dress ended up a wee bit too short anyhow (see image below). … Continue reading DIY video and free pattern for #sewing a #gingham dress for Strawberry Shortcake 7″ #dolls

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Baby Doll Clothes Patterns: FREE Printable Doll Clothes Patterns

Are you here to find FREE doll clothes patterns to fit a baby doll? The links below will take you to a gallery of all available FREE patterns and tutorial videos for making doll clothes to fit baby dolls in these sizes: Free 8-inch (20 cm) Baby Doll Clothes Patterns Free 12-inch (30.5 cm) Baby Doll Clothes Patterns (I will add more sizes as they … Continue reading Baby Doll Clothes Patterns: FREE Printable Doll Clothes Patterns

This is a photograph of a 12 inch baby doll wearing a puffy-sleeve dress (they are short, puffy sleeves) with a pretty floral print. This dress comes from ChellyWood.com, a website which offers the sewing pattern for making this dress, plus dozens of other printable PDF sewing patterns for dolls of many shapes and sizes absolutely FREE.

Free printable #PDFpatterns for #sewing a dress and diaper to fit 12″ baby #dolls

Two weeks ago I gave you the free PDF pattern and tutorial video for sewing this dress, and yesterday I gave you the tutorial for making the diaper. Let’s put it all together in one spot for easy access, shall we? Here you go! Free printable PDF sewing pattern for 12 inch baby doll dress and diaper Free tutorial video showing how to make the … Continue reading Free printable #PDFpatterns for #sewing a dress and diaper to fit 12″ baby #dolls

This screenshot shows over 100 images of dolls modeling the handmade clothes designed by doll clothes designer Chelly Wood. The image includes pictures of doll shoes, historical costumes, modern-day casual clothes, elegant gowns, and more... The dolls wearing these handmade doll clothes range from the 18-inch American Girl dolls to the tiny Kelly Barbie dolls and every doll in-between. The blog post that accompanies this image offers an update on how Chelly Wood is making progress with her blog-reorganization program.

Over 200 #free #dollclothes #patterns to organize… “A Change Is Gonna Come!”

The image at the top of this blog post was created by taking a series of screenshots from my “Home” page gallery. ChellyWood.com now has too many images to fit in the gallery, which is why my blog has been under re-construction since November of 2018. It’s about to change in a BIG way, too, so I wanted to give my regular blog followers a … Continue reading Over 200 #free #dollclothes #patterns to organize… “A Change Is Gonna Come!”

The image shows vintage Crissy doll (from Ideal Toy Co.) wearing handmade doll clothes including an easy to sew felt shirt and polka dot skirt. Beside this image is a photo of a BFC Ink doll from MGA Entertainment Toys and Games. The BFC Ink doll wears handmade doll clothes as well, including in her outfit a v-neck blouse and embellished spotty skirt. Both dolls are posed in lovely diorama scenes: the Crissy doll stands between two palm trees on a beach; the retired BFC Ink doll (Best Friends Club Ink) appears to be in an art museum with a 1970’s poster on the wall behind her. On each image is the watermark of the website where you can download the FREE sewing patterns to make the outfits shown on the Crissy doll and BFC Ink dolls: ChellyWood.com (free printable sewing patterns for doll clothes to fit dolls of many shapes and sizes). Chelly Wood’s free printable patterns are offered as PDF downloads.

Free 18 Inch Doll Clothes Patterns for Vintage Crissy Doll and BFC Ink Dolls

ATTENTION BLOG FOLLOWERS: Today’s blog post is part of the new 2019 website renovations. I’m working behind the scenes to make it easier to find the patterns you want. If you’d like to make one of the outfits shown in this gallery, just follow these directions: Click on the photograph of the outfit you’d like to sew. This will take you to a larger image … Continue reading Free 18 Inch Doll Clothes Patterns for Vintage Crissy Doll and BFC Ink Dolls

The image shows an 18 inch Madame Alexander doll (similar in size to the 18 inch American Girl dolls) wearing a handmade skirt of holiday print. She also wears a hand-sewn velvet top (shirt) with long sleeves and a v-neck collar. These 18 inch doll clothes are very easy to sew with free patterns from the website ChellyWood.com. Sewing patterns at ChellyWood.com focus on doll clothes and doll crafts for dolls of many shapes and sizes, including the 18" dolls like American Girl doll and Madame Alexander doll. The image shows the 18" doll modeling the free doll clothes patterns in a snowy scene with winter trees and brush behind her, snow at her feet, and overhead, the wintery sky has snowflakes falling all around. The little skirt she wears (the one that goes with the free pattern for 18 inch dolls) uses an elastic waist, and ChellyWood.com not only offers the free patterns for making the whole outfit for 18" dolls, but it also offers free tutorial videos showing how to sew these simple garments. The image has a watermark that says "ChellyWood.com: free printable patterns and tutorials."

#Sew an 18-inch #dolls’ shirt and skirt with free #patterns @ ChellyWood.com

I realize winter is behind us now, but I’m reposting this, the first ChellyWood.com sewing project of 2019, a semi-lined long-sleeve shirt for 18″ dolls and a simple skirt, because tomorrow’s project could easily be confused with this one. You see, tomorrow I’ll be posting a pattern for making a skirt to fit a more narrow-bodied 18-inch doll, like the vintage Crissy dolls and the … Continue reading #Sew an 18-inch #dolls’ shirt and skirt with free #patterns @ ChellyWood.com