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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. 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… and then down the side. sew about a 1/4″ seam. tada! Related:  Barbievêtements poupées

untitled Craftiness Is Not Optional sewing, crafts, and parties Search Results for: label/Barbie® clothes Sorry, no content matched your criteria. Archives Categories Return to top of page Copyright © 2014 CraftinessIsNotOptional.com · Blogger to WordPress Migration by Linauer Designs · Log in Barbie® dress tutorial 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!

froufy barbie skirt tutorial 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. 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. fold over one of the edges slightly, sew down, and then sew on your velcro pieces. and tada!

barbie cap sleeve shirt tutorial Continuing with Barbie® week here: a cap sleeve top. So…..let’s get down to business. (to defeat the Huns..) Click below for more! You’ll need: one 6 1/2″ x 3″ piece of fabric two pieces of fabric 3″x1 1/2″, one side cut on a slight curve sew on velcro First, serge or zig zag stitch around all edges. Then with your iron, press all edges in 1/4 inch. Sew around the large piece with about 1/8″ seam. (are you still singing that song from Mulan in your head? also sew along the long sides of the sleeve pieces. hey doll! wrap the large piece, inside out around her torso, and pin the back together so it’s snug. back stitching at start and finish, sew along the pins. make sure it fits…..this isn’t the best dart job. sorry. take your sleeves and pin them into place on the front and back. sew them on, using your stitching as a guide, back stitch at start and finish. cut a piece of sew on velcro to fit, and sew it on! the more fitted look looser ( i like this version better for larger fabric patterns) Thanks!

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. 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!

Mes habits de poupée mannequin (patrons et tutoriels) 14 décembre 2010 2 14 /12 /décembre /2010 08:00 Noël approche, et si confectionner des cadeaux soi-même faisait rimer économie avec décroissance...? Quelques chutes de tissu suffiront pour coudre la plus personnalisée des garde-robes de poupée mannequin. Voici les patrons ...et un défilé ! Faut bien que la Tata s'amuse aussi un petit peu... ;o) Par exemple: une robe réversible lamé/satin Le défilé en diaporama Si ce diaporama ne s'affiche pas, cliquez ici Les fournitures: une poupée mannequin basique (utile pour les essayages !) Les patrons: Manteau, boléro, pantalon slim, short, pantacourt, bustier... cliquez sur l'image ci-dessous pour agrandir et imrpimer les patrons (1 carreau = 5 x 5 mm) Jupes et autres modèles: Robe longue: tissu lycra: un rectangle de largeur 16 cm x longueur 19 cm + 1 élastique de 9 cm x 7 mm. La réalisation: cliquez sur les photos pour les agrandir Le petit plus: les liens des copines ! Bonne couture ! Partager cet article

Ligne de Maroquinerie Home Made 17 octobre 2007 3 17 /10 /octobre /2007 17:38 Euh ? n'était-elle pas blonde ?.... et bien oui ! cliquez sur les photos pour les agrandir Une fois découpé le rectangle de tissu enduit (Liberty Powerty of Valencia), vous pliez endroit sur endroit deux tiers du rectangle (photo 3), n'oubliez pas d'insérer le lien (10cm), piquez. On crante les angles (photo 1 ci-dessus) et on retourne sur l'endroit en s'aidant d'une épingle pour faire ressortir les angles. Découpez 2 rectangles de 7x6cm, un lien à la longueur que vous désirez un peu de galon (attention galon et lien devront bien être positionnés avant de coudre (photo 2) suivez les photos pour piquer. Partager cet article

poupee barbie patron de vetements rien que pour le plaisir des yeux, des mains, des idées de créations tuto et patron de couture un peu de tout ce qui tourne autour de la couture creative Mode, dessins et créations couture poupee barbie patron de vetements spéciale poupée Barbie je vais poster ici quelques patrons pour "elle" clic clic pour voir plus grand...!!! 91 votes. Commentaires (33) 2. caillot elaine 26/02/2015 bonjour j aimerais bp avoir les explications correspondants aux petits patrons exemple : le manteau, le jean les petits ensemble merci si c est possible de les avoir Eliane 3. verro 15/01/2015 merci pour le partage je vais faire des heureuses Merci pour ces merveilleux patrons, ma petite fille va faire marcher sa petite machine à coudre comme sa mamie. 6. Je vous remercie beaucoup pour tout ces "mini patrons", c'était exactement ça dont j'avais besoins. merci je reponds avec du retard Super et j'ai ajouté ton blog dans un de mes articles. 10. 11. nann 27/05/2014 12. 13. doudou

a dress for barbie Malcolm is attending a classmate's birthday party so I needed to come up with a gift. My favourite thing to give - especially to a child - is a book. But I wanted to include a little something for play as well. Every girl likes a new dress every once in a while, right? I searched the internet for a pattern and found this cute one here. Barbie is ready for a night on the town. Un tablier dans une chemise - Placedelacouture.fr Nos hommes ont tous dans leur placard une ou des chemises qui dorment parce que la couleur est passée, la taille n’est plus bonne, leur gout ont changé, c’est un cadeau et la chemise n’a jamais plu ou pour tout autre raison. Alors pourquoi ne pas transformer cette chemise en tablier de cuisine pour nous ou pour eux ! J’ai trouvé deux versions, à vous de choisir celle qui vous convient (cliquez sur les photos pour accéder au tuto) : – Version plutôt chic : – Version plutôt « chauve-souris« : Allez, je vous en montre une dernière (sans tuto, mais je pense que nous avons toutes compris le principe) – Version plutôt « bucheron » : Du coup, qui voudra le tablier, eux ou nous ?

JWH: Make Your Own Barbie and Tyler Doll Clothes with Free Printable Sewing Patterns Barbie Patterns for 1966, 1999, 2006 and Modelmuse First off-- How to tell the difference among the Barbie bodies They are not the same and one size does not fit all :-) Tyler Wentworth or Brenda Starr patterns Gene Marshall pattern Apprendre-Couture.fr | Tutoriaux, exercices de couture sur machines à coudre, brodeuse Janel Was Here: free pattern for Barbie Strapless dress Barbie Strapless Bodice update - May 2012 The older version and photos of construction are still here. I had gradually become convinced that the strapless bodice should be better. I had all those nice letters from people telling me it worked for them. I just don't think that one version should really be for ALL the different shapes. Also, I decided I didn't like the triangle cut-out thing I had for the dart. Please let me know what you think! Older Version of the Free Pattern Barbie_strapless_printable - pdf format It's just one pattern piece with 1/4 inch hems included! Cut two pieces, put them right sides together. (Or, for a smoother interior, stitch the darts on both pieces first, then sew the two pieces together.) A rectangle for the skirt... leaving a bit on each side to fold over and hem. That's as done as this test model is gonna get. Another test model, with really elegant zigzag hem finishing... turned the wrong way too, in my haste. There it is on the 1966.

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