The image shows vintage Crissy doll (from Ideal Toy Co.) wearing handmade doll clothes including an easy to sew felt shirt and polka dot skirt. Beside this image is a photo of a BFC Ink doll from MGA Entertainment Toys and Games. The BFC Ink doll wears handmade doll clothes as well, including in her outfit a v-neck blouse and embellished spotty skirt. Both dolls are posed in lovely diorama scenes: the Crissy doll stands between two palm trees on a beach; the retired BFC Ink doll (Best Friends Club Ink) appears to be in an art museum with a 1970’s poster on the wall behind her. On each image is the watermark of the website where you can download the FREE sewing patterns to make the outfits shown on the Crissy doll and BFC Ink dolls: ChellyWood.com (free printable sewing patterns for doll clothes to fit dolls of many shapes and sizes). Chelly Wood’s free printable patterns are offered as PDF downloads.

Free 18 Inch Doll Clothes Patterns for Vintage Crissy Doll and BFC Ink Dolls (Gallery)

Please click on the doll clothes you would like to make. Not what you’re looking for? Behind the scenes, I’m creating a series of classes that will teach you how to design your own doll clothes. My classes will be available through C&T Publishing’s Creative Spark platform, starting in 2022. Click on the link provided to learn more about my own classes and the other wonderful courses you can take … Continue reading Free 18 Inch Doll Clothes Patterns for Vintage Crissy Doll and BFC Ink Dolls (Gallery)