Image shows a doll wearing a Victorian-era short hooded cape. It has a ribbon tie beneath the doll's chin to affix it. The overlay says, "Riding Hood DIY with Free Pattern." The watermarks shows ChellyWood.com as the website where one can find the free printable sewing pattern to accompany this tutorial.

#DIY #Victorian cape for small #Dolls w/free pattern

The video above shows you how to make the Victorian-style, “Red Riding Hood” cape that goes with the pioneer dress that I posted last week. I’ve been posting all kinds of free patterns, so you can make the whole ensemble. Each pattern comes with a free tutorial (like the one above) showing you how to make it. Here are the two basic patterns I’ve posted … Continue reading #DIY #Victorian cape for small #Dolls w/free pattern

The image is of a sewing pattern that's free to print. It includes a color photo of an 8" doll wearing a "Red Riding Hood" style cape. The pattern itself includes the shapes of the riding hood's cap portion and skirting. It also includes an additional pattern for "Victorian bloomers" to fit tiny-bodied dolls like Breyer rider dolls, World of Love collectible dolls, and even Monster High and Ever After High dolls. Each pattern piece is overlaid with the URL where you can find similar free, printable doll clothes patterns for dolls of many shapes and sizes: ChellyWood.com

Sew a #crafty #Dolls’ #RedRidingHood cape w/ free pattern @ ChellyWood.com

This is a sort of “Little Red Riding Hood”-style hooded cape pattern for small dolls like the Breyer® rider dolls and similar-sized dolls. Generally speaking, this hood will fit most 8″ dolls, but I think it also looks good on some of the Mattel® small child dolls, like Chelsea® and Stacie® dolls. You could probably get away with it on Skipper®, but it may seem … Continue reading Sew a #crafty #Dolls’ #RedRidingHood cape w/ free pattern @ ChellyWood.com