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Barbie Doll Pattern, Dress & Panties

Barbie Doll Pattern, Dress & Panties
Over 200 free sewing patterns – download as many as you wish! Outfit #4 of our free fashion doll sewing patterns.. This dress is the only street length dress in the Glamor Girl Collection. The pattern comes complete with matching doll underwear if you want to make a different type of outfit It could be made up with any small print cotton or cotton blend fabric. You can shorten the skirt and make the panties to match and you could have a cheer leader outfit or a skating costume. Think about how you may lengthen the skirt, change the sleeves or leave them off completely. So you can see how using these free fashion doll sewing patterns can make up many different styles. Daytime Dress Up Bodice: 1 – Make darts on front2 – Join underarm and side seams3 – Press open and clip underarms Skirt: 1 – Join front and back side seams2 – Gather to fit bodice3 – Match side seams of skirt and bodice4 – Stitch to bodice5 – Hem neckline and sleeves6 – Hem back opening7 – Sew snaps where indicated Panties Note:

Barbie Slim Fitted Vintage Dress. Over 200 free sewing patterns – download as many as you wish! "Doll clothes patterns to sew" When making Barbie doll clothes it is always nice to have an assortment of patterns. This set begins with a cute career girl dress. This is the first pattern in the Mix and Match wardrobe. Free doll clothes patterns This career girl dress is an attractive shift type sleeveless dress with a scoop collar that is quite simple and elegant to behold. The pattern comes in just three simple pieces the front, right back, and left back making it easy for beginner doll costume makers to master making this dress the first try. While allowing those with more dress making experience to create this dress in just a few minutes time. Cute homemade doll clothes There are many types of fabric you can use. By choosing a light colored cotton or gauzy material you can create the perfect summer dress for back yard entertaining or a tea party. There is no doubt about it - some of the best things in life are free. Note:

Colonial Doll Clothes Patterns "Colonial clothes for 11 1/2 inch dolls Over 200 free sewing patterns – download as many as you wish! Are you looking for some free doll clothes patterns for an eleven-and-a-half-inch doll? Oh, it is so much fun making doll clothes. Why not visit a time in history when women were ladies and dressed like it. Just because the women were ladies does not mean they didn't have to work hard back then. Download the full printable pattern below So you can use the colonial dresses to teach your kids about history. The colonial dresses had fitted bodices with full skirts. Fashion doll clothes If you are just going to display the dolls after making them from the free doll clothes patterns, you can use more expensive material. Why spend money on patterns today when you can find them free. Free patterns have all the same details in the instructions as the ones you buy too. You will have fun making the colonial dresses and thinking back in time. Free printable sewing patterns

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. 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.

cute as hell 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!

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!

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Sew A Barbie 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. 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. Sew darts in front, press toward center Finger press seams open Done!

THE FASHION DOLL REVIEW Barbie Night Outfits & Lingerie Miss B. Couture Free Barbie doll clothes patterns ———- Patrons de vêtements de Barbie gratuits Skip to content Category Archives: Night outfits / lingerie Pink and lace Dressing gown for Barbie Posted on September 27, 2010 by missbcouture Continue reading → Posted in Night outfits / lingerie | Tagged dressing gown Barbie | 12 Comments Lace pink nightgown for Barbie Posted in Night outfits / lingerie | Tagged barbie nightgown | 15 Comments Panty and bra Posted on September 6, 2010 by missbcouture Continue reading → Posted in Night outfits / lingerie | Tagged lingerie barbie | 11 Comments Bathrobe Posted on September 5, 2010 by missbcouture Posted in Night outfits / lingerie | Tagged bathrobe barbie | 11 Comments Purple Pajama Barbie Posted on August 1, 2010 by missbcouture Posted in Night outfits / lingerie | Tagged pajama barbie | 12 Comments White panties for Barbie Posted on July 29, 2010 by missbcouture Posted in Night outfits / lingerie | Tagged panties Barbie, underwear Barbie | 7 Comments White Bra

Halter Dress Pattern For Modelmuse (Barbie Basics) Made a wedding dress out of it. Then applied Photoshop to remove pins and make the skirt longer. That was a LOT faster than putting in Velcro or making a new skirt :-) Here's the printable pattern in pdf format Instructions: Fold over sides (not lower edge) of top pieces and topstitch Lay one top piece over the other to the place where the arrow points, pin them together then gather the lower edges of both Pull gathering threads until the top pieces fit between the two arrows marked on the midriff piece Stitch top pieces inside doubled layers of midriff, leaving an opening where the top pieces are, through which you're going to turn the midriff. Sew skirt side seams, then stitch skirt to midriff, leaving back edges of skirt a little wider than midriff Then fold those over and stitch center backs and hemline Sew on velcro or snaps for closure

The Doll Whisperer Make Barbie, Gene & Tyler Doll Clothes With Free 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

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