Free pattern: Moo Skirt for 18" dolls

Free pattern: Moo Skirt for 18″ dolls

Meghan from The Sewing Geek shares a free pattern for making a Moo Skirt to fit an 18″ doll.  It’s a simple gathered skirt with an optional contrast band at the hem.  It’s …

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Tutorial: Make a new doll stroller seatDoll stroller seats tend to wear out long before the actual doll stroller does.  Rather than tossing it, you can make a new seat.  Pam from Threading My Way shows how you can make a new seat for a doll …

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Tutorial: Doll's layered trims skirtRachel from Nest Full of Eggs shows how you can use fancy trims to make a doll’s layered skirt. The layers of fringed, pleated, or scalloped trim make the skirts extra pretty, but it’s actually a very simple skirt to make.  It’s fun to …

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Tutorial: Twirly skirt for an 18" dollStephanie from The TipToe Fairy shows how you can make a pretty twirly skirt for an American Girl or other 18″ doll.   You can probably find the pieces you need for this in your scrap bin, especially if you have …

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Tutorial: Sparkly sequin skirt for an 18" dollRachel from Nest Full of Eggs shows how you can make a sparkly sequin skirt for an American Girl or other 18″ doll.  Sequin stretch trim makes this a super fast, super easy project.  One seam is all it takes to make …

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Tutorial: 18-inch doll clothes from newborn onesiesRachel from Nest Full of Eggs shows how you can turn newborn onesies into clothes for an American Girl Doll or other 18-inch doll.  It’s fairly easy to find newborn onesies in good condition at yard sales or resale events.  Parents …

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Tutorial: Fancy party dress for an American Girl dollDressing a doll in a fancy dress is so much fun!  Arts & Crafts For Your American Girl Doll shares a tutorial showing how you can make a party dress like this one for an American Girl doll.  The bodice is …

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Tutorial: 15" doll sundressAmy from Peek A Boo Pattern Shop shows how you can make a sundress for a 15″ doll.  It has a straight cut bodice, a gathered skirt, and ribbons for straps. Velcro makes an easy closure in the back.   The …

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Tutorial: No-sew doll-sized fabric Easter basketDoll It Up shows how you can make this doll-sized Easter basket.  Even though it’s made from fabric, there’s no sewing required.  Phoomph gives it body and it’s held together with hot glue.  I’m loving how she used a small …

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Tutorial: Swim cover-up for an 18" dollPixie Faire shares a tutorial showing how you can make a swim cover-up for an 18″ doll.  It’s a variation on the free Trendy Tee pattern by Liberty Jane.  By the time all the adaptations are made, it looks very little like …

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Tutorial: Pillows for a doll bedding setCaila from Caila Made guest blogs at Craftaholics Anonymous today, showing how to make pillows to finish out a doll’s bedding set.  Her tutorial shows how to make a rectangular pillow for the doll to sleep on, and a smaller square pillow …

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dollstrollermakeoverBaby doll strollers take a lot of abuse.  They get pushed around, left out in the rain, even sat in by a toddler.  All of that wear and tear takes its toll on the cute little stroller your bring home …

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Tutorial: Reversible pinafore for a dollJenn from A Jennuine Life guest blogs at Welcome to the Mouse House with a free pattern for making a doll’s pinafore.   It’s the classic crossover back pinafore that many of us have made for babies and toddlers, but sized down to fit …

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Tutorial: Baby doll pants from a t-shirt sleeveMany t-shirt refashions will leave you with the sleeves as scrap.  Angela from Crafty Zuzzy shows how you can use a t-shirt sleeve to make a pair of baby doll pants.  The hem of the sleeve becomes the hem of …

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Tutorial: Pieced panel skirt for an 18" dollSharon from Sharon Sews shows how you can make this pieced panel skirt for an 18″ doll.  Because it’s pieced, you can probably make this from bits of fabric in your scrap bin.  You can have fun mixing the prints …

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