8 comments on “Doll Clothes Patterns to Fit 15 Inch Bitty Baby or Bitty Twin – Part 1

    • Hi Alice. I’m not sure of your doll’s measurements so the best thing to do is check your doll’s measurements against those I have listed for the Bitty Twin on my Doll Sizing page. You may need to resize the patterns and you will find links to blogs explaining how to do this on my Free Resources page. 🙂

  1. Diana Laughton on Oct 3, 2018 9:27 am | Reply

    do you sell dolls shoes and i measure them but still not sure how to measure properly
    thank you diana

    • Hi Diana, yes I do sell doll shoes on my other website Rosie’s Dolls Clothes. To measure your dolls foot place a ruler on the table and then hold the doll foot over the ruler with the heel at the ‘0’ and then standing over the doll look down and see where the longest toe measures to. Repeat this placing the dolls foot sideways so that you are measuring across the widest part of the foot. Please don’t compare the length or width of the sole of a shoe because the style of the shoe on top can vary greatly and therefore vary the size of foot that it fits. On my website I have a page that lists the size of the feet for the dolls that I stock shoes for and from there you locate the foot that is closest in size to your doll then click on the link and it will take you to the suitable shoes. You will find this page here. If you are looking at a website that lists the size of the shoe, please add 5mm to the length and width of your dolls foot to allow some wriggle room and then find a shoe that is suitable. If you are planning to have the doll wear socks you can get slightly bigger shoes. Hope this has been helpful. 🙂

    • Hi Ruth, these are my existing 18 inch American Girl or 18 1/2 inch Cabbage Patch Kids patterns. If you click on the name of the pattern it will take you to the page that explains more about that pattern and will also have the price so you can add it to your shopping cart from there. Please let me know if there is anything further I can help you with. Happy sewing, Rosie. 🙂

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