All Dolled Up Doll Clothes Patterns



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Update 4/08/2019:  Terrie says:  “Here we go again!
I am open for business and I’m running a sale. While I am still in the process of writing new descriptions, all patterns are 50% off with code “50off“.

Available now at

To see all my posts of Terrie’s patterns here, click on my All Dolled Up tag on the left!


Tea Party Dress


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Tea Party Dress

When I first received Erin Hentzel’s Doll Dress Boutique book, I was thrilled to see this dress in Chapter Six (Party Dresses) because I had the exact main flowered fabric in my stash. Once I found coordinating peach fabric for the neck ruffle/bias trims, I couldn’t wait to sew it.

The link above gives you all the information needed to join Erin’s Spring Design Challenge that just began May 13th.  FYI – there will be drawing and prizes awarded, so pop on over and join!

Erin’s patterns are amazing and this was really fun to stitch up!  Love all the little details in this dress and the great thing about her book is the many options she gives you to mix/match pattern pieces to create numerous looks for you fav 18-inch doll.

Hope to be back soon with another dress for the challenge.  In case you missed them, two other dresses I’ve sewn from Doll Dress Boutique are here and here.  Glad you stopped by – happy sewing!

Julie, Grace & Nanea Celebrate Spring!


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Pixie, Isobel and Savannah Doll Patterns (pictured left to right)

It’s a Violette Field Threads‘ spring on the blog today and this just scratches the surface of her many doll patterns!  I recently posted a dress made using her “Charlie” pattern.  Being a ‘pattern collector’, I’m trying to actually use some of my large collection.  I really enjoy sewing a new pattern for the first time!

My neckline on Nanea’s dress (Savannah pattern) was slightly modified to allow me to use the complete ‘bunny face’ on the bodice.  The actual neckline is rounded and a bit lower (and easier to sew).  Both Pixie and Isobel can be sewn as a top or dress, which is a lovely bonus.

Hopefully your spring weather’s nice wherever you’re reading from today.

Charlie Doll Dress


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This is Charlie, which can be made as either a top or dress!

As if I don’t already own more doll patterns than I’ll ever hope to sew, I can’t resist buying more when I happen upon a new site, which is the case when I discovered Violette Field Threads patterns for babies, children, tweens, and 18-inch dolls! There are 3 free patterns for dolls available also.

I couldn’t resist those ties on both bodice and sleeves!  Also, this bodice was perfect for my embroidered flowers.  Here’s the link to the embroidery file (in .pes format only) included in Jenwrenne’s Infinity Dress pattern available on Etsy, which includes many options for lots of different doll sizes.  Jen’s patterns are some of the first I began sewing for dolls. Her blog has many free patterns and useful information for doll lovers. She does a sew-along each spring.  All my items from last year’s sew-along are posted here on my blog, but she chooses different dolls/theme each year.

Hope everyone has a lovely spring!

Doll Dress Boutique’s Tuxedo Twirl Dress


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I couldn’t resist Wal-Mart’s adorable spring fabrics and purchased several for doll clothes.  The Tuxedo Twirl Dress, a bonus pattern included in Erin Hentzel’s Doll Dress Boutique, seemed the perfect pattern for two of my favorite prints.

By mixing/matching pattern pieces Erin’s book features over 40 projects for 18-inch dolls and is available in either paperback or e-book format through various book sellers.  She also has more 18-inch doll patterns available through her shop Avery Lane on Etsy.


Maryellen is happily modeling her new sleeveless spring dress with bodice ruffle and sweet bow tie.

Pixie Faire’s Friday BOGO


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Today (and each Friday) Pixie Faire offers a Buy One Get One Free on specific patterns each week.  Today’s offer is: Spring Fashion Forecast and the below-pictured dresses (except for the Pink-flowered Kala Dress) are featured patterns eligible for purchase through 11:59 PM Pacific Standard Time only!

These dresses are some of my FAV’s sewn in the past few years and the weekly Friday BOGO began in 2019 @ Pixie Faire, replacing their previous Freebie Friday, which I loved because it’s one reason I have doll patterns too numerous to ever live long enough to sew!  However, this new BOGO is a fun way to add your pattern collection while getting a chance to see many different designers featured each Friday!


Liberty Jane’s Woomera Dress


Appletotes & Co.’s Cold-Shoulder Dress (on Left) in both 18″ and 14 1/2″ for Wellie Wishers (NOTE: Pink Kala Dress isn’t part of today’s BOGO)















Liberty Jane’s Kimberley Tank Dress


Back View: LJC Kimberley Tank Dress















Tenney’s Ready to Take the Stage


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Today I wanted to share a dress I made for Tenney featuring a bit of embroidery that all began when our sweet son-in-law asked me to make a Christmas stocking for our DD with her name on it.  So I purchased an embroidery machine!  I did manage to get stockings made for DD & SIL and began dabbling in machine embroidery between visiting with relatives/friends who wisely chose not to spend this winter in the upper Midwest.

I purchased the microphone file from Ellie & Mac and down-sized it, though I wish it were smaller, but still have much to learn.  A friend encouraged me to use it anyway and this dress pattern from Doll Dress Boutique by Erin Hentzel fit the bill perfectly.  The link will take you to her blog and you can click on the link to purchase either the book in print or her e-book version.

This pattern uses her Party Dress bodice with added flutter sleeves and a simple gathered skirt to keep the focus on the bodice.  Love how this turned out and look forward to sewing more cute dresses from Erin’s awesome pattern book!


MDMS Sew-Along Final Week 19: Fur Vest


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Wow, it’s the final post for the My Doll, My Style Sew-Along today featuring the Fur Vest.  It’s rainy and chilly here today, so Grace has added her fluffy white faux fur vest atop her sweater-knit A-Line Dress.  She’s sure to chase the chill away and look good doing it!


There’s a possibility that we’ll do another sew-along in the future, perhaps in the New Year, so stop back often to see what the future brings.  Plus, I’ve got tons of patterns I still want to sew — you never know what’s going to appear here next! 😉

Do NOT miss out on 2 FREE multi-size doll patterns!


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Reminder for my doll-sewing friends to sign up for the Lee & Pearl mailing list – if you join right now, it’ll be like they’re getting TWO FREE GIFTS.

Their current FREE pattern for mailing list subscribers — Pattern 1025: She Blinded Me with Science – their first multi-size bundle, with patterns that fit 18″ American Girl® dolls, 16″ A Girl for All Time® dolls and 14 1/2″ Wellie Wisher® dolls — is on the way out, and this NEW free pattern:

COMING SOON! Lee & Pearl will debut our NEW FREE PATTERN for mailing list subscribers soon. Make sure to join the Lee & Pearl mailing list to get BOTH Pattern 1025: She Blinded Me with Science, and this lovely new dress pattern as soon as it is available.

is coming later this week – The Gift Bow Front Dress for 18 Inch, 16 Inch and 14 1/2 Inch Dolls.  As a subscriber, you’ll get both patterns without doing anything. But you have to subscribe now or you’ll miss out on She Blinded Me with Science, a wonderful FREE STEM-related pattern, that can also be used to make adorable, multi-sized belted coats for dolls!

NOTE: Even if you missed out on the She Blinded Me With Science pattern, you’ll still get The Gift Bow Front Dress pattern by signing up now!

Tell your friends, or better yet — send them this link so they can sign up right away: CLICK HERE TO SIGNUP FOR THE LEE & PEARL MAILING LIST

So, what are you waiting for???  Remember, this is just one of their amazing patterns I’ve recently sewn:

To see other amazing things sewn from their patterns here on my blog, just click on the Lee & Pearl link in my tags on the left.




MDMS Sew-Along Week 18: Lace Kimono Cardigan


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Kit is modeling the Lace Kimono Cardigan for Week 18 of the My Doll, My Style Sew-Along. I added a little length to mine in order to showcase more of my lace fabric.  This is the same lace I used on her Lace Panel Top from Week 12 that’s worn underneath, along with her Pajama Pants from Week 13. She’s just lounging and resting up after her busy Thanksgiving holiday.

Hard to believe, but next week is our final week of the sew-along, so stop back by to see my final piece, a Fur Vest! 😉