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Make a Mini Doll Wardrobe with Free Patterns

December 1st, 2016

There is still time to make a mini doll wardrobe before Christmas. I just recently spent all the spare time I had for a week making wardrobes for two mini dolls. The two dolls and their clothing are for a church toy drive. I used two fat quarters, two felt squares, and some scraps of knit and flannel that I had on hand. I also used two pairs of baby socks for the little sweaters. I purposely gave myself gave myself a week that was also filled with other commitments to make the doll clothes. I wanted to prove that there is time in a busy week to make a mini doll wardrobe. Here is a picture of one of the dolls and her wardrobe. Remember I made the same number of clothes for a second doll.

wardrobe

You can have almost all the patterns it takes to make the wardrobe free for a short time. My last three blogs have patterns for the jumper, vest, sweater, leggings, and tights. The summer top is a free pattern on my pattern page. Click on Small Doll Patterns in the directory at the top of the page, and it will take you to the free sundress and summer top pattern.

I am offering my down-loadable pattern: “Gown, Smock Top, and Two Tiered Skirt” free until December 15. If you would like this free PDF, please email me at sherralyn@sherralynsdolls.com  and ask for it. I’d love to send you a copy.

Unfortunately. I don’t have a finished pattern for the little robe. It’s still only a draft on graph paper.

The shoes are in my book Sewing for Mini Dolls and in the Mini Doll Shoe Cut and Sew kit. I hope that you have fun doing Christmas sewing this month.

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  1. September 3rd, 2017 at 14:14 | #1

    I just have sweet little granddaughter and niece that need cloths for their doll.

  2. Angie
    September 27th, 2017 at 23:07 | #2

    What size loom do I need for your book Knit looming small animals?

  3. September 28th, 2017 at 15:01 | #3

    @Angie
    You need a large spool knitter with a five peg end and an eight peg end a twelve peg flower loom knitter. If you look at my book on Amazon, and scroll down to the “customers also bought” section, you can see both items.

  4. September 28th, 2017 at 15:08 | #4

    @Bennie
    I hope you have a chance to make the girls some matching doll clothes. That’s always so much fun. Check my new edition of “Sewing for Mini Dolls” on Amazon. I have added some new patterns that I really like.

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