If you love sewing doll clothes patterns you will absolutely adore this fantastic Summer One Piece Swim Suit doll clothes patterns. This is a quick and easy pattern that can be made up in no time at all. Choose between the 18 Inch American Girl doll clothes patterns size or the 18 ½ inch Cabbage Patch Kids doll clothes patterns size. The 18 inch American Girl doll clothes patterns will also fit the Australian Girl doll, the Gotz doll and other similar 18 inch dolls.Read More
A lot of people tell me that they find it difficult to know how to make doll clothes to fit their various dolls exactly, particularly American Girl Dolls which vary in size because they are stitched and stuffed individually. This can cause problems when making doll clothes for them because the clothes will be tight on some dolls and lose on others. While making clothes to sell through my website Rosie’s Dolls Clothes , I needed to ensure they fit the varying sizes of the American Girl Dolls and so came up with a solution that has worked brilliantly over the years and I am constantly being told my doll clothes fit perfectly.
I’d love to share this secret with you so have put together the following clip for you to enjoy. If you like this tip, I know you will LOVE my How to Make Doll Clothes video course as it has many more tips and secrets to sewing doll clothes the easy way. AND it comes with 8 Free Doll Clothes Patterns to get you started!Read More
Simply by making a purchase from Rosie’s Doll Clothes Patterns during the month of May, you will go in the draw to win my ‘One Piece Swim Suit’ doll clothes pattern which will be released later this month. That’s right, for every doll clothes pattern you purchase, you automatically receive one entry in the draw AND if you purchase my ‘How to Make Doll Clothes’ video course, you receive not one, but FIVE entries in the draw. Purchase the course and a pattern and you receive 6 entries…..WOW!Read More
Time to take a break from designing and sewing Doll Clothes Patterns.
This year, Alyssa decided to hide some eggs for her American Girl doll, Jessica, to find. She figured that Jessica would enjoy an Easter Egg hunt just as much as she does. Here are some of the photos that I took of the two girls enjoying their own special Easter Egg Hunt. I hope you enjoy!Read More
This week I’m thrilled to be releasing doll clothes patterns for a summer dressing gown or robe. You can make it up using cotton, satin or towelling, use a contrasting trim or a self trim, the choice is yours depending on the look you want. You may even like to make it with colourful towelling and use it as ……….Read More
Exciting news for all those who own a gorgeous Australian Girl doll, my American Girl doll clothes patterns will fit your Australian Girl doll beautifully too!
Yes, the Australian Girl dolls are a little taller and the main differences between the two dolls are that the Australian Girl doll has a slightly longer torso, slightly bigger head, the legs and arms are thicker and longer and her feet larger in both length and width.Read More
This week I’m thrilled to be releasing a lovely spring/summer dress doll clothes pattern that can be made into a pretty Easter Dress. Your doll will be the envy of all the other dolls when you take her on ……………Read More
Have you ever bought doll clothes patterns and given up making them half way through because you just can’t understand the instructions? Well, that will never happen with one of my patterns. Because with every pattern you purchase from Rosie’s Doll Clothes Patterns, you not only receive the PDF pattern pieces and instructions that you download and print, you also get access to …………..Read More
Recently I was asked at what age should I teach my child to sew? Well, I guess this really depends on the child and their ability to learn fine motor skills and the time you have available to teach them. You can have your child hand sewing with wool on a piece of craft hessian at quite a young age. I have a piece that Alyssa worked on at Kindergarten when she was 4 years old (check out the photo to the right) and this is a great place to start as it teaches the very basics of pushing and pulling a needle and thread through fabric. When my son was about 5 years oldRead More