Barbie is the most famous fashion doll but fashion dolls come in a variety of forms. Sew clothes for your Barbie or fashion doll using these free patterns and projects. Scraps of fabric can make a great wardrobe for a favorite doll.
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This free pattern will create a shirt that can easily go with skirts or slacks for Barbie or similar fashion dolls. Sew a bunch in different colors to encourage a child to put outfits together.
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This free sewing pattern can transform scraps of denim into jeans for a fashion doll the size of Barbie. If you have gabardine or wool scraps on hand, sew dress slacks to keep the fashion doll on the cutting edge of fashion. Fascination with the wonderful doll clothes you are sewing may be the trigger that encourages a young person to want to learn to sew.
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This free sewing pattern is for a skirt. Sewing this skirt is a great way to learn the basics while sewing a doll skirt for a Barbie or fashion doll. If you don't know a little girl who is using Barbie clothes, consider donating them to a local charity, so a child who is less fortunate will enjoy the new doll clothes.
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Add this simple jacket to the strapless or sleeveless clothes options and Barbie is ready for any season. You're bound to have the fabric scraps on hand for this adorable jacket, even if you have to raid the rag bin.Continue to 5 of 14 below.
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An adorable skirt and blouse or strapless dress options for your printing pleasure. Use your imagination and add trims to totally change the exact same pattern. They also have Barbie patterns for 1966, 1999, 2006 and Modelmuse and instructions on How to tell the difference among the Barbie bodies
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You need to know how to put things together to use these free patterns but if you do, a wealth of opportunities await! You'll find a leotard pattern that could easily become a swimsuit, as well as trouser and dress patterns.
Remember things, disappear from the Internet so print the patterns while you have the opportunity!
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This site offers many patterns but the patterns do not have a seam allowance on them and you need to have construction knowledge to assemble the free pattern pieces.
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This tutorial is loaded with details and photos so that any beginner can make the dress. If you're a beginner, try a plain dress first and then experiment with lengthening and trims to turn the dress into something Barbie would wear for a special occasion!Continue to 9 of 14 below.
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This simple and almost free project is not a sewing project but a great way to make a headband to match Barbie's new clothes that you have made! Use up your scraps of lace and trim as well as beads and sequins.
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Follow these detailed directions and print out the pattern to sew panties for your Barbie of 11" fashion doll.
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Get Barbie ready to do some cooking with this adorable free apron pattern. Full directions with photos are included.
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No need to print out pattern pieces with this great Barbie dress tutorial. This dress starts with two small rectangles of fabric and could have so many possibilities with or without straps, lengthened, trimmed, lace overlays... the list is endless!Continue to 13 of 14 below.
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This pattern is another one that you won't have to print pattern pieces. A great shirt for Barbies wardrobe to go with all her jeans and skirts!
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These wonderful directions to create a Barbie gown will have you using up all of your glitzy fabric scraps... and watching remnant bins for new possibilities. Be sure to scroll through all of the directions to see the second possibility offered.