Here’s a preview of this week’s easy-to-sew doll dress project, which fits dolls in the 4-inch to 4 and a half-inch size range. The doll modeling this week’s dress project is a Greenbrier doll. She looks a lot like a Strawberry Shortcake doll, though, and I’d venture to guess that 4 to 5 inch Strawberry Shortcake dolls could easily wear this dress project, although it … Continue reading Preview of 4″ or 4.5-inch doll dress project for this week @ ChellyWood.com #sewingproject
Here in the northern hemisphere, where I live, summer is coming to a close. But there’s no reason why you should say goodbye to the tropical weather… Let’s make a tropical island diorama for dolls, so we can keep those summery thoughts in our heads all winter long! Why not? Today’s tutorial video shows you how I made my tropical island diorama for my 18-inch … Continue reading Create a tropical #beach or #seashore diorama for #dolls w/ ChellyWood.com!
As I said yesterday, this pattern does fit other dolls besides just the Spin Master Liv Dolls™. In fact, you can see a number of dolls’ images on the printable pattern itself, to give you some idea about the versatility of this pattern. Some of you are just now realizing that this is almost the exact same pattern as the one I published for St. … Continue reading Here’s my #FREE #sewing pattern for a Liv #Doll skirt:
I first posted this “Diorama Tips and Tricks” video here, on ChellyWood.com, about a year ago, so even though it says I’m going to show tutorials on how to make the office chair and other items later this week, that’s old news. If you want to see how to make the office chair (or the desk or any of the other items mentioned in this … Continue reading Fashion #Doll #Diorama Tips and Tricks @ ChellyWood.com #Dollstagram