On a turquoise blue background, we read the words "free pattern" and beneath them, a tiny logo for ChellyWood.com (a website that offers hundreds of free printable PDF sewing patterns for making doll clothes to fit dolls of many shapes and sizes). There's also a photo of a blond-haired Strawberry Shortcake doll character wearing handmade pants and a handmade shirt.

Sew a little pair of pants and a felt shirt for Strawberry Shortcake dolls w/free patterns @ ChellyWood.com #DollClothesPatterns #Miniatures

Are you looking for the patterns? Scroll down to the second set of bullets. Today’s pants and shirt patterns first appeared on my website in March, on my little mini Elsa dolls, but I never made a tutorial video for making this particular pattern because they’re a lot like the pants and shirts I’ve made for Skipper, Barbie, and a number of other dolls. So … Continue reading Sew a little pair of pants and a felt shirt for Strawberry Shortcake dolls w/free patterns @ ChellyWood.com #DollClothesPatterns #Miniatures

On a turquoise blue linen background, a miniature Anna doll and a Mini Elsa doll from Disney's Frozen face one another. They are both wearing handmade skirts with tiny print fabrics and a soft pink felt jacket that has been embroidered along the bottom of the coat. The overlay says, "free pattern" and the ChellyWood.com logo appears in the lower left corner.

Fancy embroidered, lined felt coat for tiny dolls w/free pattern @ ChellyWood.com #Embroidery #DollClothesPatterns

Are you looking for the patterns? Scroll down to the second set of bullets. It was on St. Patrick’s day last month, when I uploaded the little yellow version of today’s jacket for teeny-tiny dolls. Now it’s almost Easter, and I’ve taken this easy-to-sew felt jacket pattern up a notch, by adding embroidery to it and a lining. Of course the video at the top … Continue reading Fancy embroidered, lined felt coat for tiny dolls w/free pattern @ ChellyWood.com #Embroidery #DollClothesPatterns

In a blue frame, we see the words "free pattern" and a photo of a very tiny Elsa doll wearing handmade doll clothes, including a bright yellow jacket with long sleeves.

Sew a little felt jacket for your 5 to 6 inch dolls w/free pattern @ ChellyWood.com #SewingStuff #DollClothesPatterns

  Are you looking for the patterns? Scroll down to the second set of bullets. Back in 2016, I uploaded a JPG pattern for making this super simple felt jacket for tiny dolls. Today is the first time I’ve offered this pattern as a PDF though. Look how cute this jacket looks on mini Elsa! Today’s blog post is all about making that simple little … Continue reading Sew a little felt jacket for your 5 to 6 inch dolls w/free pattern @ ChellyWood.com #SewingStuff #DollClothesPatterns

Within a pale blue frame, we see the words "free pattern" and the ChellyWood.com logo, along with a photo of a miniature Elsa child doll, wearing handmade doll clothes that were sewn using free printable PDF doll clothes patterns from ChellyWood.com. This particular outfit is a pair of pants with a sleeveless shirt. The doll is also wearing a pair of pink glasses to coordinate with the pink pants and pink shirt she wears. Her shoes are a brighter crimson color.

Sew a little pair of pants and a felt shirt for mini Elsa dolls w/free patterns @ ChellyWood.com #DollClothesPatterns #Frozen

Are you looking for the patterns? Scroll down to the second set of bullets. I placed those little pink glasses on my Elsa doll, and I couldn’t believe how cute she looked in them! Wouldn’t you agree? Those are a pair of glasses that came with my Lottie doll, but they fit Elsa pretty closely. Today’s pants and shirt patterns are relatively new to my … Continue reading Sew a little pair of pants and a felt shirt for mini Elsa dolls w/free patterns @ ChellyWood.com #DollClothesPatterns #Frozen

On a purple background, we see a red-headed Strawberry Shortcake doll modeling a handmade doll bonnet with a long dress. The words say "free pattern" alongside the logo for ChellyWood.com

Sew a Victorian costume for Strawberry Shortcake dolls with free #DollClothesPatterns @ ChellyWood.com

Are you looking for the patterns? Scroll down to the second set of bullets. Last week I gave you the dress pattern and tutorial. This week I gave you the bonnet pattern and tutorial. Now I’m putting the whole outfit together in one place. With all its lace trappings and ribbons, I’ve called this my “Victorian costume” for itty bitty vintage Strawberry Shortcake dolls. And … Continue reading Sew a Victorian costume for Strawberry Shortcake dolls with free #DollClothesPatterns @ ChellyWood.com

A photo of a blueberry muffin doll (from the vintage Strawberry Shortcake doll collection) wears a handmade bonnet and handmade dress. The photo is framed in purple with the words "free pattern" and the ChellyWood.com logo.

Create a bonnet for Strawberry Shortcake dolls with free #DollClothesPatterns @ ChellyWood.com

Are you looking for the patterns? Scroll down to the second set of bullets. Today I’m sharing with you a free, printable PDF sewing pattern for making a cotton bonnet, which will fit 5 inch vintage Strawberry Shortcake dolls and a few other small dolls too. Have a look at the first set of bullets to determine whether or not this project will fit your … Continue reading Create a bonnet for Strawberry Shortcake dolls with free #DollClothesPatterns @ ChellyWood.com

On a blue linen background, a vintage Strawberry Shortcake doll models an angel-like long white dress with lace. The overlay says "free pattern" and there's a logo for ChellyWood.com in the lower left corner of the graphic image.

Create a lace dress for Strawberry Shortcake dolls with #FreePatterns for #DollClothes

  Are you looking for the patterns? Scroll down to the third set of bullets. Today I’m sharing with you a free, printable PDF sewing pattern for making a cotton and lace dress or nightgown, which will fit 5 inch vintage Strawberry Shortcake dolls and a few other small dolls too. Have a look at the first two sets of bullets to determine whether or … Continue reading Create a lace dress for Strawberry Shortcake dolls with #FreePatterns for #DollClothes

This image shows a purple square swatch of dotted Swiss fabric, forming a frame around the words "free patterns," the logo for Chelly Wood dot com, and a photo of a vintage Heart Family baby doll wearing a handmade Easter egg dress.

DIY Long Sleeved Dress for Heart Family baby dolls w/free patterns #Miniature #DollClothes

Are you looking for the patterns and the tutorial video? Scroll down to the second set of bullets. Yesterday I posted my first pattern for the Mattel’s Heart Family Barbie baby dolls. Today I’m posting a long-sleeved dress that will also fit this little baby doll from the Heart family collection. For this project, you’ll need some craft felt for the bodice (use Bodices E … Continue reading DIY Long Sleeved Dress for Heart Family baby dolls w/free patterns #Miniature #DollClothes

A turquoise blue linen background is seen behind the words "free patterns" and the logo for ChellyWood.com along with a photo of a female Mattel Heart Family baby doll with curly blond hair. The doll wears a handmade dress with a sleeveless yellow felt bodice and a multicolored gathered cotton skirt.

Sew a sundress for Heart Family baby dolls w/free patterns #vintageToys #DollClothes

Are you looking for the patterns and the tutorial video? Scroll down to the second set of bullets. Do you remember Mattel’s Heart Family Barbie dolls? They had an awesome African American Ken with a muscular build and better articulation than the Ken dolls of an earlier time. His hairstyle was pretty awesome as well. I own the Caucasian Ken and this little baby doll … Continue reading Sew a sundress for Heart Family baby dolls w/free patterns #vintageToys #DollClothes

In a purple square frame with tiny white dots, we see the words "free patterns" accompanied by a photo of a Chelsea doll in a brightly colored handmade doll dress. The watermark is the logo for Chelly Wood dot com, a website known for its free printable doll clothes sewing patterns for dolls of many shapes and all different sizes.

Sew a back-to-school dress for Chelsea dolls w/free patterns @ ChellyWood.com #BackToSchool #DollClothes

Scroll down to the second set of bullets to download the free printable PDF sewing pattern. A lot of families are busy getting ready for back-to-school this week, if school hasn’t already started yet. Why not inspire your kids by creating a back-to-school dress for your kids’ or grandkids’ dolls with today’s free printable PDF sewing pattern for this cute dress that fits Mattel’s Chelsea … Continue reading Sew a back-to-school dress for Chelsea dolls w/free patterns @ ChellyWood.com #BackToSchool #DollClothes

Please visit ChellyWood.com for free printable sewing patterns and tutorial videos for making doll clothes to fit dolls of many shapes and all different sizes. This is a text box with a purple and turquoise quilted look to it. The text states, "Sewing tips for beginners: clothing items to avoid." This is the fourth installment in a four part blog article series which reviews the topics, terms, and items to watch out for on a pattern's instructions if you're just starting to learn sewing. Visit ChellyWood.com for free printable sewing patterns and to read the other blog articles in this series for beginners just learning how to sew.

How to Tell When a Sewing Pattern Is NOT for Beginners (Part 4: Difficult Garments) #SewEasy #SewingFun

This is the last installment of a four-week journey to discover what makes a pattern difficult for beginners who are just starting out with their very first sewing projects. By “beginners,” I’m referring to adults learning to sew as well as children of all ages who are learning to sew. We’ve been studying a single pattern, Simplicity doll clothes pattern #4654, which is a fun … Continue reading How to Tell When a Sewing Pattern Is NOT for Beginners (Part 4: Difficult Garments) #SewEasy #SewingFun

The image shows Mattel's Curvy Barbie modeling a hand-made shirt with cloth-covered tiny buttons. Each button is encompassed by a floss loop, all hand-made by the seamstress who blogs here, at ChellyWood.com.

How to Tell When a Sewing Pattern Is NOT for Beginners (Part 3: Know Your Notions) #SewMuchFun #SewingNotions

  For the past two Mondays, we’ve been looking at Simplicity doll clothes pattern #4654, which is a super fun pattern for those of us who have been sewing for a while. However, in the image below, I’ve underlined some key terms that tell us this isn’t the ideal pattern for the absolute beginner. Today I’m going to talk about why certain sewing notions (those … Continue reading How to Tell When a Sewing Pattern Is NOT for Beginners (Part 3: Know Your Notions) #SewMuchFun #SewingNotions