SweaterDoll is a land of making, a place for YOU time, with a put-the-world-down-and-enjoy-yourself message. It is the result of a lifelong addiction to needle and thread, simple tools for making the ...
SweaterDoll is a land of making, a place for YOU time, with a put-the-world-down-and-enjoy-yourself message. It is the result of a lifelong addiction to needle and thread, simple tools for making the pictures in one’s head come alive.
Allison Dey Malacaria (CEO – Chief Embroidery Officer) designs embroidery patterns, toy and doll sewing patterns, and provides pre-printed embroidery fabrics for low-tech, artful, simple, portable, story-rich YOU time.
Where to begin? Embroidery School, on the website, is a free learning series with a downloadable sampler. Or just visit the shop and choose a design that makes you itch to stitch.
Climbing trees or digging in the garden, your doll's clothing should be practical yet stylish.
This PDF provides illustrated step-by-step instructions & templates for a shirt and breeches. The shirt contains underarm gussets..
These clothes will fit all Kids-at-Heart dolls and the Cloth Doll Base made to your own design.
Skill level: Advanced Beginner to Intermediate
The clothing shown in the above photos were made from denim, wool suiting, cotton fabric, brushed cotton. All but the orange plaid were made from upcycled clothing.
**This listing is for the PDF sewing pattern, NOT the finished clothing.
By purchasing this pattern, you agree not to reproduce or resell the pattern, but you may make dolls for personal use or to give as gifts or donate to charities. Australian craft copyright protects SweaterDoll from unapproved sale of dolls made from this pattern.
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