You asked for it and I have listened! I am thrilled to announce that there are now photos of the outfit that you are making on my printed Doll Clothes Patterns instructions that accompany the doll clothes pattern pieces. I must thank those of you who ……Read More
I have received some great photos showing the wonderful creations you have been making with my doll clothes patterns and I thought it was time to share them with you all.
Kris makes her own beautiful dolls and dresses them in clothes made from my patterns. Here her first doll is modeling a lovely dress made from my Summer Nightie pattern. In the second photo her doll is keeping warm with a stunning leopard print jacket made from my fur trimmed jacket pattern. The third photo shows her other daughter’s doll wearing the dress and jacket made from different fabric which matches perfectly with the cute highlights in her hair. Kris has done a terrific job adjusting the patterns so that they fit her doll perfectly.Read More
Well, I can’t believe that Christmas is almost here….only 6 more sleeps! I think I am worse than the kids when it comes to Christmas but hey, who said Christmas was only for children?
It has been a very busy year for me with the launch of my new website and I can’t thank my wonderful family enough for the support, patience and encouragement that they have shown me. I also want to thank …..Read More
Here’s some more Winter 18 Inch American Girl doll clothes patterns and I love this Fur Trimmed Jacket pattern because depending on what fabric you choose it can be a stylish evening jacket or an everyday wear with everything casual jacket. It can be worn over a dress, with a skirt, jeans or tights. Why not make a casual jacket AND an evening jacket?
Some fabric suggestions and possibilities include …..Read More
Every doll needs a pair of winter pj’s so I know your doll will really love my new 18 Inch American Girl doll clothes patterns Winter Pyjamas. It includes a collared, long sleeve shirt with easy Velcro fastening at the front and long pants. If you have just made a pair of pyjamas for your daughter/granddaughter, you may have enough fabric left over to make matching pj’s for her doll. Wow, I can just see how excited your little girl will be going to bed with her doll wearing matching jammies!
Because this includes a pattern for long pants and a collared shirt, try making the pants in …..Read More
If you’re like me and love sewing and craft, you probably enjoy making your own Christmas gifts so sewing doll clothes to give as gifts this Christmas (or any time at all) is a wonderful idea. The giving of homemade gifts is really personal and means so much more to the recipient as they appreciate the special thought and effort that has gone into creating their gift.
Making your own doll clothes to give as Christmas gifts not only …..Read More
This is a question best answered by another question…What colors do YOU like together?
When choosing what fabrics and colours to use for making doll clothes (or when sewing any project at all) I usually spend a bit of time ‘playing’ with color and print combinations to see what I like best, or what achieves the look I want ie. subtle or dramatic, pretty or startling, fun or more traditional?
If you really don’t know where to start when combining colors, you could refer to a …..Read More
Things are certainly starting to cool down in the northern hemisphere so I feel it’s the perfect time to be releasing the first of my winter 18 Inch American Girl doll clothes patterns. This fun Funky Fur outfit will brighten up the bleakest of winter days and keep your doll warm from head to toe.
This is one of the more popular outfits sold on my Rosie’s Dolls Clothes website and so I’m really excited to be releasing this Funky Fur doll clothes pattern today because …..Read More
What a wonderful day to be releasing my versatile Tights 18 Inch American Girl doll clothes patterns.
Essential to all girl’s wardrobes are great mix ‘n match pieces and the same goes for dolls too! This tights pattern creates the perfect mix ‘n match basic for your doll to wear. Wear them under a skirt, with a big shirt or combine with my One Piece Swimsuit pattern for a great ballerina leotard and tight set. Make them shorter and they become ¾ length tights for the ‘in-between’ months or go shorter again and you have a great pair of bike shorts.
The combinations and ……Read More