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Free Doll Clothes Patterns
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Free Fashion Doll Pattern A

Basic Wardrobe for Barbie-type dolls including panties, narrow half slip, full petticoat, sheath dress, Chanel-style jacket and A-line skirt. Limited Instructions. Mid 1960's. Nice set.

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Free Fashion Doll Pattern B

 

Old Barbie Pattern from Doll Club Magazine. Limited instructions. Several Bodices & Skirts to mix and match plus a hat and shorts. Very early 1970's.

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Free Fashion Doll Pattern C

 

Mail order pattern from 1966. Wardrobe for 11-1/2" dolls. Evening gown, tennis dress, coat, princess seamed dress, shorts, pants and button up blouse.

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Links to Other Sites with Free Patterns

CrissyAndBeth.com  has half a dozen patterns that will fit 17-1/2 inch Crissy Dolls. They are found on the Sewing Page.  There are also many knitting patterns and a panty pattern if you continue to scroll down. More Knitting patterns can be found on her Knitting for Sheena Page. Two patterns to fit 18" SuperSize Barbie and Tuesday Taylor are available too. Scroll about halfway down the page to find them. This is a great resource and we are really lucky that Beth has been generous enough to share all these patterns with us.


That 70's Doll, a site devoted to Topper Dawn Dolls has 5 sheets of free patterns that fit Dawn really well. There aren't many instructions, so it helps to have a little bit of experience before diving in.


American Girl Playthings offers all PDF versions for the original Pleasant Company historical patterns for Addy, Samantha, Felicity, Josefina, Kirsten and Molly. They are found on the Doll Dress Pattern Page.


Doll Reader has many free patterns on their Crafting Page. You'll find patterns for Rini, Ellowyne Wilde, Marley Wentworth and Anne Estelle.


AllCrafts.net has a whole page of Links to Free Doll Projects. Lots of Barbie patterns and a few American Girl too.


InfiniteFreedom.com provides a very nice dropped waist dress pattern in American Girl size on their Free Pattern & Sewing Challenges page. I've made this pattern several times. It goes together quickly and fits nicely.


Perfect Patterns has a Free Pattern Page with items for a variety of dolls including Riley Kish, Betsy McCall and others.


Sewing.org has lots of free patterns. On their Dolls & Toys page they offer 3 free PDF patterns to fit American Girl dolls, including fancy collars, a bib collar and a gorgeous Spring Dress. A good pattern for basic panties is included in the Spring Dress pattern set.


The Martha Pullen forum has a thread with many links to free patterns. It's updated frequently. The ladies there have supplied us with an incredible resource.


Kiwi Fashion Doll Patterns. Both fabric and crochet patterns. Easy, for beginner sewers.


Dolls for Joy & Pleasure. Fashion doll patterns and inspiration from a talented seamstress. Click on Patterns to get to the pattern page.


The Bleu Door. Original Bleuette patterns, in French. Some are translated. Organized by style and time period. Awesome inspiration. All free!


All the Besty Mcall paperdolls. Yuppers, all of 'em. In pdf format, for free. Wow! From the folks at the Bleu Door. Thank-you soooo much!


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