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Thread: 18" Doll DIY Furniture-Clothing-Accessories

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    18" Doll DIY Furniture-Clothing-Accessories

    Here are several links I have found for simple 18" doll clothing, doll furniture and accessories. They are all free and very doable!

    Furniture; Bunk beds; farmhouse bed; mattress; pillow and much much more.
    http://ana-white.com/2010/11/doll-farmhouse-bed
    http://www.mommysavers.com/c/t/20031...-doll-bathroom

    socks; boots.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzeeHWeM8YU

    clothing
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MeL1rTwbo64
    http://springfielddolls.blogspot.com...e-18-inch.html
    https://sites.google.com/site/sewing...rldollclothes/

    accessories
    backpack-could be made larger for an 18" doll
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p51fnc0mvt8

    This site is loaded with clothing and lots of accessories including furniture, etc.
    http://www.mommysavers.com/homemade-...ther-18-dolls/

    Seems to me like more and more sites are becoming available for us DIY selfers.

    Linda

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    Thanks for the links! My DGD is crazy about her doll and wants to make some things for it.
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    You are welcome Pinkiris. I can't wait to make the bunk beds for my granddaughter. Did you see the socks I posted on another thread?

    Linda

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    You are welcome Pinkiris. I can't wait to make the bunk beds for my granddaughter. Did you see the socks I posted on another thread? 18" Doll Socks - EASY!




    Ooops, double post, sorry

    Linda

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    American Girl clothes are so fun to make. I belong to a group that meets once a month to show off the clothes we have made. I sew for my granddaughters - the other ladies have their own dolls. Guess we're never too old to play with dolls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nammie to 7 View Post
    American Girl clothes are so fun to make. I belong to a group that meets once a month to show off the clothes we have made. I sew for my granddaughters - the other ladies have their own dolls. Guess we're never too old to play with dolls.
    That is interesting. My DGD lives too far from me so I was thinking it would be good to buy myself a doll so I could try things on before i mail them to her. Or, at least, I think I would be buying it for that purpose... maybe I just want my own. I did play with dolls till I became a teenager.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SewExtremeSeams View Post
    That is interesting. My DGD lives too far from me so I was thinking it would be good to buy myself a doll so I could try things on before i mail them to her. Or, at least, I think I would be buying it for that purpose... maybe I just want my own. I did play with dolls till I became a teenager.
    I got the fake one for a model for my things...it is fun to dress them and see the outfits on them..

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