Saturday, November 05, 2005

Printable doll clothes patterns

From Jessica Tromp.

A large library of printable patterns for clothes, shoes and hats in a variety of sizes.
11.8in (30cm)
13in (33cm)
14in (35cm)
15 in (38cm)
15.75 in (40cm)
18 in (45cm)
20 in (51cm)
22 in (56cm)
Site is Dutch with English translations. Jessica provides a translation page for the markings on the patterns.
She also shares knitting patterns for people and dolls. The site is extensive and is a fun browse.

Also look at Free doll clothes patterns
http://meggiecat.blogspot.com/2010/05/free-doll-clothes-patterns.html

Also look at baby clothes
http://meggiecat.blogspot.com/search/label/Baby

37 comments:

  1. Holy cow, it's the motherlode! Thanks for the awesome link.

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  2. This is a wonderful site! Thanks for all of the printable doll clothes. =^..^=

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  3. Anonymous1:57 PM

    where's the link???? This is not helpful!!!!!!!XXXXXXXXXXNXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXIXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXKXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXIXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

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    1. click on the blue letters under the photo of the patterns.

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  4. Even though you are rude anonymous one.....the links are the pictures and titles of the post. I have now added another link to the text.

    Neither I nor any links I post ask for money and everything is freely given here. This is my hobby not my job. It's my gift.

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  5. Thank you so much for sharing the doll clothes site. I'm making doll clothes for my granddaughter for Xmas and this is just perfect.

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  6. Anonymous2:55 AM

    Oh thank you so very much for posting this site :) Like Bugga in OK I am making clothes for my grandaughters doll for christmas :)
    Buggalugs (UK)

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  7. Anonymous1:28 AM

    thank you so much, I have struggled for ages and now can make a little girl very happy - you are a champion.

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  8. Anonymous7:19 AM

    thank you I LOVE making doll cloths!!!


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  9. Anonymous4:35 AM

    Thanks so much. My daughter is asking for only clothes for her doll for Christmas and now I can do it afford ably! GOD BLESS!

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  10. Anonymous6:44 AM

    cool

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  11. I am delighted to find such a wonderful site. Keep up the good work. I love to make clothes for my grandchildren. Granny

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  12. Anonymous5:57 AM

    Jan here I have been looking for a site like this one, I an new at this wanting to make dresses for my daughter like I had when I was little...Thanks!

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  13. Anonymous2:17 PM

    Hey peeps! I looked on this site, the clothes are awesome! I am a twelve year old gir who loves to sew. My 7 year old sister really wants an american girl doll, but it is not her b-day! Plus, when it gets to that time, I don't have enough money to get her one. This site is helpful!

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  14. Anonymous12:26 AM

    Thank you so much!!! This is a wonderful site!!!

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  15. Anonymous7:15 PM

    This awesome!!! I make clothes and give them with a doll to loads of children under the bridges here in Houston. I think there will be even more this year. Any ideas where I can get free patterns for American girl size furniture? My husband wants to help this year. Many thanks, and Blessings, Kathryn

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  16. Kathryn,

    I like your project! I have recently been looking at doll furniture ideas. Will you please drop me an e-mail at meggiecat2002@ yahoo.com

    Hugs,
    Kathy

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  17. Hi Um, can you tell me where to find printable patterns for my ag doll?

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  18. Anonymous11:10 AM

    Thank you for the patterns. I think it's so nice of you to share this information. You help make a lot of little girls happy!

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  19. Anonymous10:59 AM

    After spending weeks looking to buy an outfit for a little baby-boy doll I've acquired and wish to pass on as a gift, I've decided there are no clothes anywhere for this little fella. He is barely 9 inches in legth but he is a plump baby, not a small boy or a fasion doll. I've resigned myself to the fact I'd have to make his outfit, but still could find nothing but dresses and bloomers! However, being able to view your patterns piece by piece, which you so graciously display for all to see and print, I was able to see it was possible to mix and match some of the components to make something suitable for a little boy. Thank-you so much! --- MLR of Northern Virginia, USA

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  20. Anonymous6:19 AM

    I borrowed this book

    Making Furniture & Dollhouses for American Girl and Other 18-Inch Dolls by Dennis Simmons

    from the library. It has a ton of AG doll furniture patterns and ideas. Good luck :)

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  21. Anonymous5:07 PM

    I'm not able to find your links to the 18" doll patterns. I think I have clicked on just about everything. What are the pictures and titles of the post?

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  22. Anonymous1:57 PM

    What a lovely site. I am looking for patterns fo 11.5 inch dolls, which you do not appear to have. But I wanted to tell you that I think the patterns you do have are beautiful. You a gracious and generous person.

    denopond@olypen.com

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  23. Anonymous12:29 PM

    What size pattern (cm) fits the American Girl dolls??

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  24. Anonymous11:34 AM

    Thanks soooooo much for the link. It roxs. I cant wait to get workin'!

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  25. Anonymous7:34 AM

    Thanks for the patterns!

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  26. Anonymous1:45 AM

    I love this site and know that I will return again and again. Its funny- I thought I was the only crazy person who thinks they can make anything if they try!
    Thanks for all the great links.
    Cheers
    Carole (Australia)

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  27. Rosalie12:19 AM

    hi I am desperately looking for paterns for a six inch or 15 cm doll I have miniatures and would like to make the adult clothes in both modern and victorian also the 4 inch and 2 inch todler. If anyone could help me I would be truly appreciated I think this site is fabulous and it great to see someone sharing their hobbies to help other people thank you
    Rosalie

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  28. Anonymous6:53 AM

    I just found this on a search for free doll clothes patterns. THANK YOU SO MUCH!! I have a stash of fabric, but no money to buy patterns. I am making dolly clothes for my 2 year old granddaughter for Christmas. I really appreciate your hard work here!

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  29. Scarlett2:01 PM

    I have my own dolls,and i want to make them dresses,they are american girl dolls,i have never made much of anything before but a simple skirt,so i hope i find what im looking fo on here(a super easy to make dress)!

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  30. Kristyne6:48 PM

    THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH FOR THE PATTERNS! I'm just starting out so this is a fabulous find for me! Bless you!

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  31. Anonymous6:31 PM

    I NEED A SIMPLE PATTERN FOR A 4 OR 5 INCH DOLL???? ANY HELP WOULD BE APPRECIATED. JENA42PER@YAHOO PLEASE....PUT FOR DOLL IN SUBJECT PLEASE

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  32. Anonymous8:35 PM

    I just stumbled onto your site, thank you it is wonderful

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  33. ASDFGHJKL;! THAT'S AWESOMEEEEE! THANK YOU SOOOOO MUCH! XX

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  34. Anonymous7:26 AM

    I have been looking everywhere for some easy patterns, and this site is brilliant. I am in North Wales, United Kingdom.
    Thank you so much.

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  35. I'm making a doll wardrobe, bed, bedding, etc. for an 18" doll for a charity auction and am looking for differing styles. This is great! Thanks.
    MaryJo

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  36. B. Weaver8:31 PM

    Just found your site. Thank you for your hard work in creating your blog that makes it so easy for people like me to find the stuff we are looking for.

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