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Thread: I am diverted to making Doll Clothes for a while - and you?

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    Super Member Treasureit's Avatar
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    I am diverted to making Doll Clothes for a while - and you?

    I bought my 4 granddaughters an 18" doll and horse for Christmas. I am so excited to see them open them....so I am making clothes for them. I am having a blast! I need to finish some quilts, but they aren't for Christmas guess I am diverted!

    Anyone else making doll clothes? I would love to see your designs. Here are mine.
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    Oh cute! I will probably be making some doll clothes soon, too. I got my daughter a doll for Christmas that will be needing an expanded wardrobe. I make a lot of DD's clothes, so I like to make her dolls outfits from the scraps.

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    That will be nice, Butterflyblue, they can have matching outfits. Post some pictures when you get to making them.

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    cute doll clothes. I need to find a few patterns that fit American Girl doll

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    have not made any yet, but have been thinking about trying it, as I love miniatures, and doll clothes are just mini clothes hehe

    so I did some searching and found some nice links, not sure if these are the correct scale, but would like to share them with you

    http://www.agplaythings.com/AG%20Pat...sPatterns.html
    http://www.infinitefreedom.com/chall...irections.html
    www.allcrafts.net/dolls.htm
    My Etsy store, more will be added soon.
    Rha! Designs

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    Senior Member Rhaorth's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmoore View Post
    cute doll clothes. I need to find a few patterns that fit American Girl doll
    check the links I listed, I am sure I saw American Doll in there somewhere
    My Etsy store, more will be added soon.
    Rha! Designs

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    Nancy's Notions has a book--30 minute Doll Clothes. These will fit an 18" doll. Most of the sewing is straight sewing with an option to serge. Nancy just had a program on PBS about two weeks ago demonstrating the easy to make doll clothes. I
    ordered the book and appears to be easy as it looked on TV!

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    AG patterns

    Here is a site that has actual AG patterns.http://www.agplaythings.com/AG%20Pat...sPatterns.html
    I like the pattern books by Joan Hinds. I checked them out at the local library before buying them.
    judy j

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    Raggedy Ann and Andy

    I am making Raggedy Ann and Andy dolls for my 2 1/2 yr. old niece. She is probably the closest we will ever get to having a grandchild. Someone loaned me a McCall's pattern. It seems to be going together very easily... If I get them done in a timely manner, I may make another outfit for each of them...

    I forgot to say, Treasureit, that your clothes are so cute!

    Linda
    Last edited by luckylindy333; 12-01-2011 at 05:46 PM.

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    What cute little outfits. The girls will love them.
    Fabric is like money, no matter how much you have it's never enough.

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