Learn to Sew Over 35 Doll Dress Patterns
This book offers you a variety of doll dress patterns as well as shows you techniques to make sewing these doll clothing patterns easier. Create beautiful dresses for eager young hands to dress up their favorite beloved doll.
Use this pinafore to dress up a basic dress. Complete with an appliqué on the bib, extra ribbon and fancy stitching on the skirt. Use the pinafore as a jumper or sundress by lengthening the pinafore pattern.
This V-neck collar lined with lace adds a perfect touch. The ribbon accentuates the drop waist gathered skirt and coordinates well with the rest of the outfit, making this a darling dress for Dolly.
Choose a square cut or round cut collar, or make them both and interchange these collars to alter the appearance of this delightful sailor dress.
Dolly will feel the sun on her arms in this cute sundress. Add a blouse underneath and turn it into a jumper. The stitched inset resembles smocking and is a really fun and easy technique to make. Very charming!
This dress has rows of tucks as well as decorative buttons down the front of the drop waist bodice. Learn a new skill making pleats with this cute pattern. A front Peter Pan collar and puffy sleeves complete the dress.
This basic dress can be embellished to stand alone, or you can add a fun little pinafore in a coordinating fabric to dress it up!
Accentuated with red ribbon and hearts, eager young hands can’t wait to dress Dolly in this pretty little heart dress. The cute jacket is a fun addition to the sundress, and can coordinate with most any dress.
Fancy machine stitches and piping set off the inset. The lacy ruffled sleeves and collar add a touch of ‘special occasion’ to this pretty dress.
A versatile dress for summer or winter wear. A sundress for summer, or add a blouse underneath for a warmer look. With a drop waist and gathered skirt, accentuated by a pretty bow, this outfit is great for any time of year.
What an adorable dress with an inset band! The insets are really easy to make with an appliqué and piping. The dress has a Peter Pan collar and puffy sleeves. Contrasting fabrics are a nice touch.
Sporting lace and ribbon, the sharks teeth on the skirt adds perfect embellishments to this beautiful dress. Never done sharks teeth before? Don’t let them intimidate you. The instructions for this doll clothing patterns is easy to follow and once you complete this dress, your efforts will be rewarded.
Dolly can wear this easy to make veil, along with the Fancy Sharks Teeth Dress at her pretend wedding. Kids love it!
This basic dress with multiple collar options has a raised waist bodice with a gathered skirt, back ties and Velcro back closure. There are six different interchangeable collar styles (one not shown) to choose from and each gives the dress a different and distinctive look.
Ready for a more challenging project? This dress features a front shaped collar, lace at the sleeves and hemline, and satin ribbon along with some fancy machine stitches to create a unique, but wonderful design. It will take a little longer to make, but well worth the effort!
What a darling 3 piece outfit! The prairie skirt is super easy to make. It gathers to a waistband in front, and to an elastic band in the back. The bonnet not only protects Dolly from the heat and sun, but coordinates perfectly with her skirt.
Have fun matching fabrics for this cute sundress (or jumper). Take along a helper to pick out sunflower buttons and ribbon for the finishing touches.
Eyelet lace draws the eye to the playful ruffles at the base of this delightful skirt with plenty of bounce.
Learn some heirloom techniques on this lovely blouse. A wonderful addition to Dolly’s wardrobe, this blouse will match any skirt or can be worn under a sundress.
This beginning level basic dress, with a full gathered skirt and puffy sleeves, can be dressed up or down depending on your fabric choices. In this case, we added an overlay to the skirt and gathered and sewed it into the waistline seam as one piece.
Another variation of our basic dress, adds a collar with fancy machine stitches and lace edging, as well as a headband and ribbon at the waist. My grandchildren of course, love to make bracelets out of ‘hair pretties’ .
We have additional doll clothing patterns for dresses, sundresses, jumpers, blouses, skirts, a variety of collars, and accessories in our book “Dolly’s Dresses”
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