As my regular followers know, I’m selling a few of my doll-related items in my eBay store lately, to make room for new things. This week I’m selling an adorable pink and blue Polly Pocket ice cream delivery truck and a pink and blue scooter. In keeping with my Black History Month theme, the Little Person I’m selling would pass for African American too. I bought … Continue reading If you want some accessories for your Kelly Doll or Chelsea Doll dioramas, today’s eBay sale is for you! #miniatures #PollyPocket
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 4-inch Polly Pocket Doll Clothes Patterns
Here’s the last of my free patterns for this fun Halloween doll costume set. Look back at Monday’s post to see the preview of both costumes, which include a cat costume, this little ghost costume, and a Halloween jack-o-lantern candy bucket /basket pattern. This ghost costume pattern is designed to fit small dollhouse-sized dolls, like Polly Pocket®, Chelsea®, and many other 1:12 or 1:18 scale … Continue reading Sew a felt #Halloween #ghost costume for 1:12 or 1:18 scale #dolls w/this free pattern
Here’s my free, printable sewing pattern for making a tiny ghost Halloween costume to fit those eensy-weensy little dolls, like Kelly®, Chelsea®, Polly Pocket®, and even some of those 1:12 scale dollhouse dolls. On the pattern, you’ll notice that there’s an arrow pointing to the ghost’s eyes. Well, I’ve adjusted where these eye holes are on the pattern, but I must be honest here; I … Continue reading #GhostStories abound with a #Dolls ghost costume #pattern
Yesterday I posted the first tutorial video in my “Easy-Sew Projects for Kids” series, showing everyone how to make a dress for Polly Pocket™. One of the steps in making most doll dresses is gathering the fabric. Since it extended the length of my Polly Pocket™ dress-making video, I thought I’d shorten future videos by including this how-to video in the links of future Easy … Continue reading #DIYprojects for #Kids and #Moms: how to gather a #dolls skirt @ ChellyWood.com
This is the first in a new “Easy Sew” series I’m doing at the request of my regular followers. If you watch this on my YouTube channel, it also includes links to the following in the description: the free, printable pattern that appears in the video AND my free whipstitch hem tutorial my free backstitch tutorial my free straight stitch tutorial my free tutorial showing … Continue reading Tutorial: Make a 4-inch Doll’s Dress with this crafty free pattern!
For at least a year now, I’ve been receiving requests via my Submit a Question form, for easy-peasy patterns and tutorials that even little kids can make. Here we have the first in a series of Easy-Sew patterns with tutorials, showing the absolute beginners how to make doll clothes. I’ll post the tutorial tomorrow. Remember that you need to enlarge my patterns to fit an … Continue reading Easy #Sewing Project for #Kids: #PollyPocket Dress w/ FREE Pattern @ChellyWood.com
Here you see my Polly Pocket™ wearing her new sundress. This is a preview of the pattern I’ll be posting next week. This pattern is another one-size-fits-all for tiny dolls, like Mattel’s Kelly™ and Chelsea™ dolls. This will be the first in a series of doll clothes sewing lessons I’ll be calling “Easy Sewing Projects for Kids,” (even though adult beginners might also find it … Continue reading #PollyPocket ™ sundress with free pattern and easy-sew tutorial @ ChellyWood.com #kids #toys