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Gratis patronen voor een barbie pop cocktailjurk poppenkleding naaipatronen leuke kleding. Barbie Clothes with tutorial links - TOYS, DOLLS AND PLAYTHINGS. DIY Three Ring Binder Barbie Dollhouse Tutorial. Sadie has been asking for a dollhouse.

DIY Three Ring Binder Barbie Dollhouse Tutorial

There are a few important reasons why a dollhouse isn't a good match for our family right now. They are as follows: 1) Dollhouses are big. Our apartment is small. New math tells us that big stuff in a small home is a bad combo. 2) Dollhouses are expensive. 3) Dollhouses are not cute. I thought (and thought and thought) about how I could possibly reconcile Sadie's desire for a dollhouse with my desire to combat the three evils of dollhousedom: It had to be compact, inexpensive, and cute. Step 1: Purchase FOUR three-ring binders...these will be your "rooms" Step 2: Purchase cute (small print) scrapbook paper to serve as "wallpaper" Step 3: Trim the paper to fit your binder, and decoupage (carefully to avoid creases) onto the inside "walls" Kitchen: Living Room: Bedroom (used two different papers for this one + trimmings from the bathroom for the chair railing): Bathroom: Step 4 (optional): Make a little cover-curtain for the three rings.

Ta-da! Important: How to make Barbie and Brat Doll Clothes on Creative Living TV Show. Summer Fun Barbie Pattern Pattern. Shorts Pattern Jacket Pattern Purse Pattern Top Pattern Bright Colored Summer Print or Solid Fabric - 1/4 yd.

Summer Fun Barbie Pattern Pattern

Pastel Sheer Fabric - 1/4 yd. 5/16" Cluny Pastel Rainbow Band - 1/2 yd. 1/16" Pink Satin Ribbon - 18" 5/16" Medium Rainbow Rick Rack - 1 Package 7/8" Daisy Trim - 1/2 yd. 1" Sheer Pink Metallic Ribbon - 18" Mini Elastic - 4" Butterfly Applique - 1 Snap Closures - 2 All seams are 1/4" unless otherwise specified. Instructions: For Top 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. For Shorts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. For Jacket 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

For Scrunchie: 1. 2. 3. 4. For Bag 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Untitled. Kicking off Barbie® clothes week…can I have a drum roll please?


Ok, just kidding. quit banging on your desk. Yes, you! Here’s a simple tutorial for a cute Barbie dress! Click below for more! You’ll need: fabric: 1 piece 6 ” by 2.5″ for the bodice, and 1 piece 5″ by 12″ for the skirt ribbon: 2 pieces-2.5″ long for straps if you want them sew-on velcro: 4 inches long, and a little over 1/4″ wide (i cut 3/4 inch velcro in half) sewing stuff: thread, iron, scissors, sewing machine….yada yada First, serge or zig zag all edges of your fabric… and with your iron press the two short sides, and one long side of each fabric piece in 1/4 inch. sew about 1/8 inch seam around those three sides. take your bodice piece, and wrap it around your Barbie® (thanks for modeling for us, Cinderella!)

Pin the back together so it’s snug, and then pin the front like so for the darts. Sew along the pins for the darts…back stitch a few stitches start and finish so they don’t come out! Try it on and make sure the darts fit! A dress for barbie. Malcolm is attending a classmate's birthday party so I needed to come up with a gift.

a dress for barbie

My favourite thing to give - especially to a child - is a book. But I wanted to include a little something for play as well. I was told the birthday girl loves anything Barbie, but I figured she likely has lots of Barbies already. Every girl likes a new dress every once in a while, right? So here it is, Barbie's new outfit: I searched the internet for a pattern and found this cute one here. Barbie is ready for a night on the town. Tutorial: Sew a 11-1/2" (such as Barbie) fashion doll dress. As promised in my previous post, here's a step-by-step tutorial for sewing this doll dress.

Tutorial: Sew a 11-1/2" (such as Barbie) fashion doll dress

The dress is one I designed and sewed (many, many times) in the 1970s. I scanned my original pattern pieces, which means they aren't perfect - you'll see the pin holes and slightly crooked solid lines. But that kinda adds to the charm don't you think? The document is a PDF and you can download it here. I have it set to print on a 8-1/2" x 11" sheet of paper. The dress is view 4 shown in the upper right corner of this pattern envelope. Supplies: Lightweight cotton or cotton-blend fabric remnant (I used a portion of a fat quarter)Lace—15”ThreadSnapsCut out the dress:1 - bodice front on fold1 - skirt on fold2—bodice back2—sleevesNotes: Seam allowances are a scant 1/4”.

That being said, all fashion dolls are not equal and it’s a good idea to measure your doll’s bust and waist to verify this dress will fit. You might want to add more to the center back allowance when cutting out your dress. Done! Untitled. I hope you’ve had as much fun with Barbie® week as I have!


Here’s one more fun skirt tutorial! Enjoy But please pardon the name of the skirt. (unless you have something better?) I spent 3 hours up with baby last night, trying to get her back to sleep. Click below for more! You’ll need: 1 piece of fabric 12″x3.5″ (for the length shown here) 1 piece of fabric 1.25″x5″ for the waistband sew on velcro sewing stuff cut your pieces out-I’m not sure how my skirt piece ended up crooked-whatevs! Serge or zig zag stitch two short sides, and one long side of your skirt piece. On the other side of your skirt piece, sew a basting stitch down the edge, and gather to fit the waistband.

Important! Andd…sew together! Press the waistband, folding a little bit over like so. fold that down over the front of your skirt-and pin. topstitch slowly along the bottom of the waistband. Pin right sides together, and sew a seam about an inch from the bottom down… this is what it should look like. and tada! Untitled. Hello all!


Here’s the grand finale of Barbie® week! (Also, I made a couple of dresses and added them to my Etsy store! Clicky over on the top right)***I made a couple of Liberty dresses too, those will be listed later! Please don’t be intimidated by the knit fabric in this shirt-or the small seams. They’re not as bad as they seem! Click below for more! You’ll need: a piece of knit fabric-the thicker knits work better- I wouldn’t use a thin knit unless you are comfortable with swearing. sew on velcro ball point needle pattern Cut out your pattern-this is what it will look like all laid out.

If you want to embellish your top-now’s the time! I sewed on a little fabric flower I had floating around. We’ll start on the neckline. This is what it should look like-I suggest ironing all your seams throughout-it makes it look so much better when you’re done! You also don’t need to worry about seams fraying since it’s knit. yah!

Now for the sleeves. Now pin the right sides together like so… tada! Untitled. Free Barbie doll clothes patterns ———- Patrons de vêtements de Barbie gratuits. Halloween witch dress for Barbie dolls. Dress up your kids Barbie doll this Halloween and turn her into a scary witch in this step by step sewing project.

Halloween witch dress for Barbie dolls

What you need Top front: 2 rectangles : 1" x 3" (4 cm x 9 cm) Top back: 2 rectangles : 2" x 3" (5 cm x 9 cm) Bottom Front: 1 rectangle: 4" x 7" (10 cm x 18 cm) Bottom back: 2 rectangles: 2" x 7" (5 cm x 18 cm) Sleeves: 2 rectangles of orange tule 4" x 5" (10 cm x 13 cm) Belt: orange ribbon or piece of fabric 6" (15 cm) 2 sew on snaps Instructions Step 1: Adjust the Bottom fabrics - Fold the bottom front fabric into 2, put the two bottom back fabric on top and pin them - Draw a mark on the top at 1” (2.5cm) from the outside - Draw a mark on the side at 3” (7.5cm) from the top - Draw a line and cut Step 2 : - Sew the bottom fabrics together on the side (not the back) - Don’t sew till the end on the bottom, so you can cut the fabric and make it more witchy - Cut the bottom with triangles for the whitchy touch – no hem Step 5 : - Fold each sleeves in 2. Free Pattern and Directions to Sew a Gathered Skirt for Barbie and Other Fashion Dolls - Step 1.

This skirt is a great way to learn the basics while sewing a doll skirt for a Barbie or fashion doll.

Free Pattern and Directions to Sew a Gathered Skirt for Barbie and Other Fashion Dolls - Step 1

If you don't know a little girl who is using Barbie clothes, consider donating them to a local charity, so a child who is less fortunate will enjoy the new doll clothes. Materials Needed: Print out of the Free Gathered Waist Fashion Doll Skirt Pattern Scraps of fabric -- 6" by 18" Thread to match the fabric A small snap - size 2/0 or 4/0Note: All directions refer to a 1/2" seam allowance unless otherwise noted. Celebrity Barbie Pictures. Handmade Barbie doll dress geometric print by TheDesigningRose.

The Fashions of 1959 - Barbie Teenage Fashion Model. This, to me, is the original 'Day to Night' Barbie outfit.

The Fashions of 1959 - Barbie Teenage Fashion Model

When Barbie pops to the office, she slips on her navy cotton jersey 'cardigan' suit, and looks the height of fashion and efficiancy. Barbie's jacket is box cut and very Chanel in style, the skirt in sheath cut, both are lined with navy stretch nylon. Barbie's body blouse is in neat crisp cotton with a plae blue check and single white button, Barbie accessorises with white tricot gloves, navy open toe shoes and a fantastic hat tailored out of two large chrysamthumum flowers in rich red, attatched to a covered wire headband, she looks stunning in it !

It comes with it's own red hat box with Barbie's name on. This is a Mattel 1999 reproduction outfit. Once in the office Barbie slips off her jacket, hat and gloves, and looks so cool and comfortable, and yet, as usual, so fashionable. The body blouse has a 'V' back which looks great when Barbie takes her jacket off, and hits the dance floor. Make Your Own Barbie Clothes. My little girl and I were at an antique shop the other day and came across some new home made barbie dresses for sale, they were 12.00 a piece and I thought that was a little much for that amount of we found some super fancy sparkle fabric(1/8 of a yard) and made some of our own and even had enough left over for an extra or two. She calls this one the mermaid dress Party Dress Barbie Ball Gown Don't stress about making them perfect, Barbie just happens to be one of those people who looks good in anything... and this little girl wasn't to picky either.

She was all smiles! I don't have a tutorial for this one, but I will warn that sewing tiny doll clothes on the sewing machine is quite difficult(at least it was for me) so hand sewing is an option. Homemade Barbie Clothes. Barbie on the Terrace photo, courtesy of photographer Penny Mathews Bringing Back Handmade Barbie Clothes By: Adrienne Hughes Remember playing with dolls when you were a child? If you were like me, you had a Barbie doll or two in your toy box. Barbie was introduced in 1959 by a lady named Ruth Handler (co-founder of Mattel).

Our children today have more toys than ever. My grandmother was a seamstress. As a teenager I became interested in sewing. While going through some old boxes during our last move, I found a box with many of the Barbie dresses my grandmother had made. As I began creating beautiful dresses, everyone who saw them wanted to buy them so I added them to my online craft store. About the Author: Adrienne Hughes, seamstress and e-book author of “Sewing Patterns Defined” lives with her husband, her Yorkshire Terrier, and her Barbie dolls in Texas. "All About Tucks" Barbie Dress. Free Barbie Size Fashion Doll Jeans or Slacks Sewing Pattern for Dolls the Size of Barbie - Step 1 - Materials and Pattern. If you sew, you have the opportunity to share the magic of transforming scraps of fabric into wonderful garments. This free sewing pattern can transform scraps of denim into jeans for a fashion doll the size of Barbie.

If you have gabardine or wool scraps on hand, sew dress slacks to keep the fashion doll on the cutting edge of fashion. Fascination with the wonderful doll clothes you are sewing, may be the trigger that encourages a young person to want to learn to sew. Materials Needed: Print out of free pattern Scraps of fabric - discarded jeans are a great source of fabric for this projects. Sew a Barbie apron, oven mitt and matching chef hat. Sewing Barbie doll clothes is something I did for years and years and years and---well, you get the picture.

I began selling my creations as a young teen and my little part-time business continued for another fifteen years or so. Over the years I learned a lot about sewing tiny fashions. Recently I shared some of my knowledge over at with a three part series on sewing Barbie clothes. In part one I discussed preparing the pattern and appropriate fabrics. In part two I give you tips and tricks for sewing the tiny fashions using a sewing machine. And I'm giving you an incentive to return to this blog after you've read the articles. How to sew a lined Barbie apron The first step is to draw the apron pattern. Draw a horizontal line 1" long, a vertical line 5" long, another horizontal line 2" long and another vertical line 3-1/2" long (see left side of photo). Cut two aprons - one face fabric and one lining - with the 5" line placed along the fold of the fabric.

Sew Country Chick: 1964 Barbie Sewing Pattern! The Cluny Gown. Sew,Country Chick ! Make it! 1964 Barbie Sewing Pattern! The Cluny Gown August 26, 2011 6 Comments Here is Miss Barbie in her silk taffeta evening gown made by my little Miss Lily with a some help from me. The pattern came from this little nifty book we bought at the flea market. We traced off the pattern so we didn’t have to cut up the booklet. Slow down there Barbie! Barbie’s not about to let Ken behind the wheel of her treasured Corvette. This is actually Lily’s vintage Barbie corvette which she bought at the Ventura Flea Market. A good cleaning and it was good as new! You may also like - Barbie : A sewing muse story Ventura Fairgrounds Flea Market June 2011 Spring Tops # 2, Granny Chic Blouse : From The Burdastyle Handbook Ten Costume and Historial Sewing Blogs To Follow Rose Bowl Flea Market : May 2011 If you're new to SCC, you may want to subscribe to my Bloglovin' feed. Filed Under: vintage sewing, vintage suitcase About Justine Comments Janlynn says: August 26, 2011 at 4:31 pm Wow!

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