Make AG Doll Panties With Pattern Simple things are good. Panties are simple. So, panties are good. Haha. I love it when my little girl asks important questions like, “Mommy, why do you put that brown make-up stuff (she’s talking about foundation) on your face?” Or, “Mommy, why does daddy kiss you for a long time and not a short time like you kiss us?” Another important question she asked me just the other day was, “Mommy, do I have to wear panties every day?” So, I was commissioned to fix this simple little dilemma. And make some little Dolly Panties. And because it’s a doll and doesn’t need to be one bit fancy…….I kept them simple. Now, she has plenty of panties to wear underneath all her little dolly outfits. Problem solved, right? Yes, I believe it is. Now maybe I should answer all of her other questions. Nah, I’ll wait til she’s older. I’ll just let her keep living in her little girl world, where things like dolly panties are amazing, and “Awww, mommy, so cute!” Good, Little Miss, I’m glad you like them. P.S. Related posts:
SuzyMStudio | Doll Clothes and Sewing Patterns s Knits and Crochet: Boho Doll Top A retro styled halter complete with flowers and fringe. What you need: Worsted weight acrylic yarn Size H (5 mm) hook Yarn needle Scissors Halter: Row 1: Chain 20, sc back across chain, chain 1, turn -19 st Rows 2-3: sc across, chain 1, turn -19 st Row 4: sc 1, sc 2tog, sc 13, sc2tog, sc -17 st Row 5: sc -17st Row 6: sc 1, sc2tog, sc 11, sc2tog, sc -15 st Rows 7-11: sc -15 st Row 12: sc, sc2tog, sc 9, sc2tog, sc -13 st Row 13: sc, sc2tog, sc 7, sc2tog, sc - 11 st Row 14: sc, sc2tog, sc 5, sc2tog, sc -9 st Finish off and weave in ends. Cut twelve 12-18 inch long strands of yarn. Thread three strands through each corner of the halter. Braid. Flowers: Make 4 Chain 2 *dc, sl st, in second chain from hook Repeat from * 4 more times Break yarn, leave long tail to sew onto top. With yarn needle stitch between each petal. Finishing touches: Sew three flowers to halter. Cut twenty pieces of yarn about 4-5 inches long. One at a time add these pieces to the bottom of the halter like fringe. Headband: Sew flower onto chain.
Peggy - 18" doll skater Peggy…18” doll This is as close as I can get to her costume for the 1968 Olympics. There should be a titch more yellow in the lemon/lime yarn but colours change over the decades Bernat Satin yarn,- “Soft Fern” Bernat Merry Christmas glimmer yarn (very small amount) and a small amount of white SportWeight yarn. 4.5mm & 5.mm hook and an elastic waistband. The Collar Fold a strand of glimmer yarn (about 26 inches long) in half twice – you have 4 strands at this point. Row 2: work 1 sc in every sc and over each ch. while working over the chains try to get one strand of the glimmer yarn as well. Costume… working from collar down Row 3: work *dc in 1, 2dc in next* to end. Row 4: dc in 5, 2 dc in next 2, dc in 11, 2 dc in next 2, dc in 10, 2 dc in next 2, dc in 11, 2 dc in next 2, dc in 6. (59 dc) Row 5: dc in 7, 2 dc in next 2, dc in 13, 2 dc in next 2, dc in 112, 2 dc in next 2, dc in 13, 2 dc in next 2, dc in 6. (67 dc) Row 6: dc in 9, sk 15, dc in 18, sk 15, dc in 10. (37 dc) Sleeves… Panty…
Skort - Skirt - Bodysuit Pattern to Fit AG & 18 Inch Dolls Skort – Skirt – Bodysuit Pattern to Fit American Girl 18 Inch DollsGotz Precious Day and Similar Full Body Dolls Clothes Patterns for 18 Inch Dolls and Bitty Baby Dolls & Costumes WebsiteSusan Helene Kramersusan@susankramer.com Here are instructions for making a one piece bodysuit with attached skirt - making it a skort - to fit 18inch (45cm) American Girl, Gotz Precious Day, and other 18 inch full body dolls with similar body types. The bodysuit can be used as underwear to keep the doll's cloth skin clean as it just covers the cloth parts of the doll. Also it can be made up in print or flowered fabric as light weight summer wear outdoors. Supplies needed: You’ll need one quarter yard (one quarter meter) of material for bodysuit, and one quarter yard (one quarter meter) of material for skirt, which could be a contrasting fabric. Two sticky dots for front shirt and back shirt closing, (no buttons for kids doll clothes, please). Cross grain or satin ribbon for waist and bow. Lace for neck edge.
Native American Doll Clothes Native American Doll Costume Turn ordinary lunch bags into an extraordinary Native American outfit for your 18" doll. You need: Instructions: Crumple up three paper lunch bags. To make the vest, cut one paper bag in half. Cut the bottom 2" off a second paper bag. To make the shoes cut two ovals 4" x 6". Cut a 1/2" band for the doll's head. 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. Little girls love to play with their dolls and collectors love to display them. 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. Free printable sewing patterns
Black and White & Red all over. 18" doll Black and White & Red all over… 18” doll Pants… 3 colours of WW yarn an 5.5mm hook 1st Leg Ch 18 with black yarn. Rows 1-3: dc evenly, Row 4: inc by one . Row 5: dc evenly. Rows 6-8: work in dc w/ inc on 6 and 8. break off red. Rows 9-10: dc w/ inc on row 10 2nd leg… w/ black yarn ch 18 and join. Row 1: dc evenly. secure but DNBO black. Row 2: work evenly in dc. secure but DNBO white.. Your Torso rows begin and end at Centre Front. T Row 1: Align the two legs and join with 6 sc, ch 1. It might be helpful here to go to the back to Mark out your increase stitches. Dc to your first marker… work [2dc, 1dc, 2dc, 1dc, 2dc,] over the five stitches, work 1 TR into the CB join, work [ ] again then continue in dc to beginning of row being sure to put stitch in sc-joined stitch on this side, join. Row T2-T4: work evenly in dc. Row T5: work dc but work 1 decrease on each side of back (2 decreases) . Row T6: work dc but work 1 decrease on each side of front (2 decreases) . Top… w/ red ch 41 Row 10: as row 9. Front…
Life is Just Peachy - 18"doll Life is Just Peachy – 18” doll Crochet + knitting patterns DNBO = Do Not Break Off The pattern includes pants, a top and the messenger bag which are crocheted and the hat and cape which are knitted. The crochet involves sc, sl st, dc and hdc. I used Bernat Super Value yarns and various hooks. The knitting was done with 5.5mm needles Pants: with Brown Bernat Super Value (WW) and 6mm hook Legs… do not break off after 2nd leg Ch 20 and join… work 8 rows of 20 dc. Torso: Align the two leg parts with the join areas to the back… join with sc in 6 stitches then begin to work around torso section… ch 1 dc in 9 dc, (2 dc in next, dc in next,) twice, 2dc in next, 2 tr in next, 3 Tr in crotch join, 2 Tr in next, (2 dc in next, dc in next,) tree times, then dc to first DC in row. Torso row 2: dc around… at this point I have 41 dc but that is just a ballpark number. Work 3 more rows of dc – work 2 decreases at the back on the last dc row. Work a row of sc around an elastic waistband. Sleeves: Rows 1-3: knit
Elastic Band Skirt For Dolls & Tips On Sewing For Dolls I have been saving a stash of fabric for doll clothes ever since my daughter had her first 18″ doll in 2007. Each piece I save I dream up a list of possibilities of what doll clothes it will become. Do you know what my favorite part of the stash is? It is the pieces that are in the shape of pants, shorts, skirts, shirts, and dresses. Yep, it is regular clothing I plan on repurposing for doll clothes! At first I saved everything. Fabric Weight- This is the most important factor. Don’t be frighted off by my list! Now for the project! Below is the skirt I found at the thrift store for this project. Fabric Weight- This is a very lightweight sheer fabric.The Little Details- I love the way the bottom of the skirt is finished! 1. Now for the how to’s for this project! Elastic- 1″ elastic cut 10 1/4″ long.Skirt- I followed the curve of the original skirt bottom while cutting it out. I used 1/4″ seams for this project. Starting with the underskirt, fold it lengthwise right sides together. Anna
American Girl Clothes- Tutorial 1 of 2 My daughter received an American Girl Doll for Christmas and 1 outfit (from Target’s My Generation Collection) and that was all that was in Santa’s Budget. I knew I would make her doll’s clothes at some point in time; however, the pressure was on to make her doll “Lanie” winter clothes when my daughter saw she could take Lanie out for “Free Skate” after Ice Skating lessons! That was all the motivation I needed to get busy!I used my College Pattern Making Skills (very rusty) and got to work. As a bonus it cost me $0 because it was Strictly Homemade!! I made the pattern and had the material. It turned out well enough I thought I would share with you my patterns and instructions. Required Material: Fleece, matching thread, 1/4” elastic or smaller, scissors, pattern 1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Here is a very happy 5 year old with her American Girl Doll dressed for the Ice! Shirt and hat tutorial here!!!
Wild Things: Free Software To Design & Print Patterns For Hats, Bags, Etc. Free software to easily design and print patterns for hats, bags, footwear, and other fun stuff. Wild Things is now available on the iPad App store. FREE Wild Things Features Wild Things! An Easy Way to Turn a Sock into a Pair of Doll Tights | Rosies Doll Clothes Patterns Although my tights pattern for both the Cabbage Patch dolls and 18 inch dolls are really quick and easy patterns to make up, sometimes it can be a little tricky to find just the right stretch fabric. So this month I am sharing a tutorial on making doll tights from a ladies sock that one of my wonderful customers, Peggy, has sent me. Peggy loves to create doll clothes using socks and was kind enough to send me some step-by-step pictures and instructions. She says, ‘The nice thing about it is that it is easy to find so many great pairs of socks in really great colours and designs.’ I am sure you will enjoy this tutorial as much as I did. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. If you don’t have a serger, sew using a small zigzag stitch or knit stitch. If you want to make tights without feet, Peggy finishes the lower edge with the rolled hem the length she wants before sewing the leg seams. 8. 9. Happy Sewing By Rosie Saw