Addendum: There’s a newer version of this video, which includes links (in the description below the video) to additional tutorials, including one that helps you embellish the shirt with bias tape. Here’s the video that shows you how to make the easiest dolls’ shirt ever! Like me, you may find yourself making one in every color of felt because it’s so darned easy to … Continue reading Easiest #dolls’ shirt ever w/ free #DIY #sewing pattern.
As with all my patterns, there’s a free tutorial too. I’ll be posting it on my YouTube channel, ChellyWood1, tomorrow, just before posting it here, on ChellyWood.com. So drop by again tomorrow to watch the tutorial video that goes with this pattern. As you can see, my pattern encompasses three different styles of pants or jeans for Ever After High® dolls or Monster High® dolls. By any chance, did … Continue reading FREE #Sewing #Patterns for #MonsterHigh Doll Clothes (Pants) @ ChellyWood.com
If you’ve been following ChellyWood.com all week, you’ve already seen my video and pattern for making this dress. But for today’s post, I’ve put together all the necessary links in one location, for your convenience. Just click on whatever you need below: free pattern for universal fashion doll dress free tutorial showing how to make universal fashion doll dress free tutorial showing how to gather fabric … Continue reading Easy #Sewing Projects for Beginners: Universal Dress (Fits MANY #Dolls) for #Crafty Moms!
Isn’t that a gorgeous photograph?! I took that picture in the gardens around Monmartre, a historic part of Paris that includes the lovely cathedral of Sacre Coeur. This week I’m going to share my free, printable pattern for the simple sundress Petite Barbie™ is wearing in the picture above. I’m also going to share the longer dress pattern, which you can see Skipper™ wearing in this … Continue reading Easy-Sew Project for #Kids: Make #PetiteBarbie or #Skipper a Sundress
Want to see all my patterns for Tall Barbie? Click here for the gallery of free patterns for Tall Barbie. Hopefully my daughter and I have arrived safely in Paris, France, and like my Fashionista Tall Barbie™ (see image above), we’re enjoying sunny weather and some sight-seeing. So I thought it would be serendipitous to pre-post about this pattern, which is available for fashion dolls … Continue reading Free printable doll clothes patterns for Tall Barbie Fashionista dolls @ chellywood.com #asTheDollEvolves #Paris
For my regular followers, I realize you’ve seen this one before. Sorry! But my sewing room diorama wouldn’t be complete without my adjustable doll ironing board. For anyone who’s new to this site, you probably need the free pattern for the ironing board’s surface (which is also used for making the ironing board’s pretty cover). Just click that link above, and it’ll take you right … Continue reading #DollFurniture DIY Projects in #Miniature @ ChellyWood.com
Since the new Curvy Barbie, Tall Barbie, and Petite Barbie dolls were introduced as part of Mattel’s Fashionista line, I’ve been getting a lot more questions on my website about how I design my own doll clothes patterns. It’s a little tricky, but in this video, I’ve tried to simplify the process for the lay person to attempt to do what I do. However if this … Continue reading Design #dollclothes for #Barbies or other #dolls
Here we have it; the tutorial you’ve all been requesting! How do I design my own doll clothes to fit Curvy Barbie, Tall Barbie, Petite Barbie, or any other doll? Granted, this shows you how to make your own skirt, which is very simple. But how do you design your own shirts for dolls? Well, I’ll share that tutorial tomorrow. Need help printing my patterns? … Continue reading How to design your own #dollclothes for #CurvyBarbie @ ChellyWood.com #theDollEvolves
Yesterday I gave you the free, printable pattern for Mattel’s Tall Barbie™ from the Fashionista line. Now here’s the tutorial showing you exactly how to make it! Tomorrow’s post will be something new… a video showing you how I design patterns, so you can try it at home! Need help printing my patterns? This link will take you to a tutorial showing you how to download my … Continue reading This is one of the easiest #SewingProjects I’ve ever posted on ChellyWood.com-A #CHILD could do it!
Yes, here’s the pattern for the pencil skirt I showed you yesterday. “But wait! Isn’t that the same pattern you gave us last week?” Why, yes it is. The pencil skirt pattern is at the top of the shirt pattern, so in a sense, this is a re-post. But on this copy, I added the image of the doll in the pencil skirt. Feel free … Continue reading FREE Printable #DollClothes Pattern @ ChellyWood.com fits #TallBarbie #TheDollEvolves
I’m really enjoying my new Tall Barbie™ from Mattel’s latest Fashionista line. But of course, she doesn’t fit in the other Barbie’s clothes exactly (although it’s not bad, as far as clothes swapping goes). So I’ve designed some patterns specifically to fit a doll of this size and shape. (I don’t own some of the more expensive, taller fashion dolls, like the Tonner dolls, so I … Continue reading #TallBarbie #PencilSkirt FREE #Pattern @ ChellyWood.com
Here’s the tutorial I promised you! As I’ve said before, the pattern I gave you yesterday will fit your Tall Barbies™. Did you notice anything different in this video? I tried to create a storyline with my dolls, including a little bit of stop-motion activity. My daughter, Emily Teapot, who designs gorgeous saddles and saddle blankets for Breyer model horses, also does fabulous face repaints. She’s … Continue reading Sew Pants for #Fashonistas #TallBarbie w/free Pattern @ ChellyWood.com #TheDollEvolves