We’re making sandals for 18-inch dolls @ ChellyWood.com! #crafts with #AGdolls

Last week I gave you the lilac-colored pants pattern and the free printable halter top pattern. Then yesterday I gave you the duffle bag or gym bag pattern. Today I’m re-visiting this pattern once again, and re-posting the older how-to-make-doll-sandals video, so you can make your whole 18″ doll outfit complete! Now this tutorial shows you how to make the sandals for 14 to 16-inch … Continue reading We’re making sandals for 18-inch dolls @ ChellyWood.com! #crafts with #AGdolls

This image, showing a doll's tiny criss-crossed legs and itty-bitty feet is found at ChellyWood.com, where a blog post encourages blog followers to dialog about doll shoes in the comments. In this image, the doll appears to be seated in a wicker chair and her bare feet are a bit out of focus. In the foreground, however, her shoes are sharply focused, and they are pink with a T-strap. They may only be a centimetre long with an even tinier heel. The blog post that accompanies this image is great for anyone wanting to chat with other doll collectors and doll shoe makers about collecting and making shoes for dolls.

Let’s talk doll shoes @ ChellyWood.com #dollshoes #FridayFollow

Today’s blog post is all about doll shoes! I have a favorite eBay supplier to buy doll shoes from. Do you? My favorite supplier is Dodi, who runs Dodi’s Shop of Stuff on eBay. I bought some unusual shoes from her and you see a pair of them in nearly all of my stop-motion sewing videos. They were originally designed for a flat-footed “Posable Barbie” … Continue reading Let’s talk doll shoes @ ChellyWood.com #dollshoes #FridayFollow

This video header shows three Liv dolls, a vintage Francie, and a Tall Barbie wearing shoes called "Little Extras" which were designed to fit Posable Barbies from the late 1990's and early 2000's. The video offers a shoe swap hack showing doll clothes designer Chelly Wood trying the "Little Extras" shoes on twelve different dolls from different doll makers. This shoe hack /shoe swap is supposed to help people decide whether or not to buy "Little Extras" shoes for their dolls. It also shows how this package of shoes can really benefit your collection.

#FridayFollow: Here’s a #FollowUp on DodisShopOfStuff Barbie #dolls’ supplies…

When I posted my first #FridayFollow on January 11, I told you I was following Dodi’s Shop of Stuff on eBay because they had such a great selection of cool Barbie collectibles and miniatures. But at that time, I had not yet purchased anything from Dodi’s Shop of Stuff. Well today I’m sharing my unboxing of a set of “Little Extras” shoes for Posable Barbies. … Continue reading #FridayFollow: Here’s a #FollowUp on DodisShopOfStuff Barbie #dolls’ supplies…

Image shows a pattern for making doll sandals. The tutorial that this video header accompanies will show you how to make sandals for dolls in the size ranges which include 14 inch dolls, 15 inch dolls, 16 inch dolls, 17 inch dolls, and 18 inch dolls. The pattern includes a foam sole pattern and a pattern for the ribbon, bias tape, or elastic strap that goes across the top of the doll's foot. The image has a watermark for the website ChellyWood.com where you can view the tutorial video and download the free printable patterns for making these doll sandals.

We’re making sandals for #Dolls @ ChellyWood.com! #crafty #AmericanGirl

As promised, here are the free, printable patterns for making the sandals you see in my DIY tutorial video above: 18 inch (46 cm) doll sandal pattern (FREE) 14 inch to 16 inch (35 cm to 41 cm) doll sandal pattern (also FREE to download and print) This is the last printable accessory pattern to create the 18″ doll clothes ensemble we’ve been working on … Continue reading We’re making sandals for #Dolls @ ChellyWood.com! #crafty #AmericanGirl

Visit ChellyWood.com for free, printable sewing patterns for dolls of many shapes and sizes. Image shows a free pattern for a pirate hat and vest made of felt, along with a free printable pattern for a doll's colonial-style shoes (also made of felt). Overlay offers the URL of the website where this pattern is found: ChellyWood.com. Creative Commons Attribution symbol is also on the pattern.

Free #craft pattern for #Colonial #dolls shoes @ ChellyWood.com

Yes, yes, I know… This is the same pattern I posted last week and the week before. First I showed you how to make the Colonial hat; then I showed you how to make the Colonial vest; now I’m showing you how to make the Colonial shoes. They’re all on the same pattern page, so I’m re-posting to make sure everybody — even people who … Continue reading Free #craft pattern for #Colonial #dolls shoes @ ChellyWood.com

Visit ChellyWood.com for free, printable sewing patterns for dolls of many shapes and sizes. Image shows a pair of Colonial-style shoes made of felt. Each black shoe has a longer-than-usual tongue and a silver buckle. The doll wearing these shoes is a Liv doll from spin master, but you can't see the doll's body--only her feet wearing the handmade felt shoes. She appears to be standing on a sandy surface. Overlay says, "ChellyWood.com: free printable sewing patterns and tutorials."

Preview of this week’s #Colonial #doll shoes @ ChellyWood.com

This week I’m going to show you how to make those adorable “Colonial-style” shoes for dolls, as shown in the images above and below. The image above shows a Project MC2® doll wearing the shoes. The image below shows a Spin Master® Liv doll wearing the shoes. Same pattern; two different dolls. I love it when dolls can swap shoes! The free, printable shoe pattern … Continue reading Preview of this week’s #Colonial #doll shoes @ ChellyWood.com

#MadeToMove #Barbie and #MomokoDoll shoe pattern is free @ ChellyWood.com #dolls

This free sewing pattern will fit a lot of different flat-footed dolls with smallerish feet, like Skipper™, Made-to-Move Barbie™, Tall Barbie™, Liv Dolls from SpinMaster™, and even Momoko Dolls™ (which means it also fits some Blythe™, Pullip™, and Obitsu™ BJD’s). I’m working on a similar pattern to fit my Lammily™ dolls, but I don’t have it perfected yet. Once I do, I’ll let you know. … Continue reading #MadeToMove #Barbie and #MomokoDoll shoe pattern is free @ ChellyWood.com #dolls