The image shows two different Project MC2 dolls: Bryden Bandweth doll and the Camryn Coyle doll. In the winter-scene diorama, the Camryn Coyle doll stands before a Christmas sleigh full of tiny presents. In front of her is a tiny train running on a train track. She wears boots beneath her outfits. There are two of these holiday dioramas, and in the top one (upper left-hand corner), she wears a red holiday dress adorned with wispy fur and lace. It's a red dress with a candy-cane red and white striped petticoat. In the bottom winter scene, the Camryn Coyle doll wears a green holiday dress with a ribbon belt that looks like a Santa belt. Beneath this green floral-print dress skirt, she wears eyelet bloomers. In the bottom right corner, there's a garden-style diorama with a sandy ground. The Cameron Coyle doll models a yellow summer top and easy-sew summer skirt with a ruffle. She stands barefoot in the sand with a lovely wrought iron curly-patterned metal gate behind her. In the upper-right-hand corner, we find the Bryden Bandweth doll in a pirate suit, on a beach, with sand at her feet and a beach behind her. She wears a felt tricorne hat with a skull an crossed bones embroidered on it. She also wears Colonial style shirt, vest, and 3/4 length pants. She has a pair of colonial felt boots with buckles on her feet. In the lower right-hand corner is a different garden scene with flowers and a bridge. (It's actually a duplicate of Monet's Green Bridge painting--the one that's on display at the Orsay museum in Paris, France.) Braden Bandwidth wears a floral long-sleeve top and trousers. In the bottom center is another winter scene (without the Christmas sleigh) and in this scene, Brayden Bandwith wears a fancy floral dress with a silk purse. The dress has a lace petticoat and lace sleeves. All of these images are marked with the watermark which states "Free printable sewing patterns and more." In face, all of these outfits come with free printable sewing patterns and tutorial videos that show you how to make the dolls' clothes.

Free Sewing Patterns for Project MC2 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 Sewing Patterns for Project MC2 Dolls

Image shows a Skipper doll from Mattel wearing a hand-made Christmas dress with a lace-edged skirt and lace sleeves. She also wears an elf's hat. Overlay says "Make a holiday dress for dolls." The URL offered is

#Skipper, #Momoko, or other small #dolls FREE dress pattern @

I’m a little late posting the video tutorial, but here it is. If this dress looks familiar, that’s because I’m using the same basic pattern that I designed for the Easter dress that I posted last year. As you’ll see in the video, this dress pattern fits quite a number of different dolls, including Skipper®, the little 8.5-inch Dora® dolls, Momoko™ dolls, Mattel’s new Petite Barbie®, and … Continue reading #Skipper, #Momoko, or other small #dolls FREE dress pattern @

Visit for free, printable sewing patterns for dolls of many shapes and sizes. The image shows a header for a YouTube tutorial video that demonstrates how to make pants for Monster High, Ever After High, and Project MC2 dolls. Overlay says, "Doll Pants DIY with pattern" and offers the website URL: Pictured is an Ever After High doll wearing handmade pants, a handmade shirt, and even handmade felt shoes. The clothing style is Colonial or pirate-like.

MH EAH #dolls or Project MC2 #doll clothes #tutorial w/pattern

This is the final segment in the slender-bodied dolls’ pirate ensemble. Later I’ll publish the page that links from the gallery to the various patterns and tutorials needed for making the whole outfit. For now, though, enjoy this tutorial that shows how to make the capri-like trousers / pants that go with the pirate outfit. These pants will  fit Project MC2® dolls, Monster High® dolls, … Continue reading MH EAH #dolls or Project MC2 #doll clothes #tutorial w/pattern

Visit for free, printable sewing patterns for dolls of many shapes and sizes. Image is of a sewing pattern for a doll's Colonial-style shirt and pants. The overlay says, "Slender dolls' 18th century tunic and pants patterns." The patterns are also marked with "Creative Commons Attribution" and various instructions like seam allowances and how many copies of each piece are needed to make the garments. The YouTube channel where you can find a tutorial for making this costume is found at ChellyWood1 on YouTube.

FREE printable #sewing pattern for #pirate pants @ #dolls

Yes, I did post this one last week, when I showed you how to make the dolls’ pirate shirt. This week I’m focusing on those adorable little pirate pants. Yesterday I showed you that this set of patterns — both the shirt and the pants — will fit most slender-bodied dolls, including Project MC2® dolls, Monster High® dolls, and Ever After High® dolls, among others. (I … Continue reading FREE printable #sewing pattern for #pirate pants @ #dolls’s #Pirate costume is complete! #Dolls #Sewing

This week I’ll post the FREE printable sewing pattern for the pantaloons/trousers that go with the small-bodied doll’s pirate outfit I’ve designed. I’ll also post the video tutorial showing you how to make these Colonial-style pantaloons. (They’re also great for a pair of capris.) Remember these patterns will fit most small-bodied dolls in the 10-inch to 11-inch height range. So that means they’ll fit Project … Continue reading’s #Pirate costume is complete! #Dolls #Sewing

Sew a shirt for #MonsterHigh, #EverAfterHigh or Project MC2 #Dolls

Here’s a preview of this week’s sewing project, which, of course, includes the FREE printable sewing pattern. This week’s project fits most dolls with very slender bodies. As you can see in the photos, I’ve tried it on Monster High®, Ever After High®, and Project MC2 dolls, and I’ve found it does fit all of these. Here are a couple more photos: In the shot … Continue reading Sew a shirt for #MonsterHigh, #EverAfterHigh or Project MC2 #Dolls

#Summer skirt and top for Liv and #ProjectMC2 #dolls FREE patterns

I often get questions about clothing swaps: Can Doll A’s clothes fit on Doll B? That sort of thing. Well guess what… The dress I designed and posted last week will fit the Project MC2 dolls as well as the Spin Master Liv Dolls! Yay! (I love it when dolls can share clothes!) So once again, for all the fans of Project MC2 Dolls (and … Continue reading #Summer skirt and top for Liv and #ProjectMC2 #dolls FREE patterns