Thursday, December 12, 2013

MHD Designs....Doll Clothing patterns

Whilst browsing for patterns for my granddaughters new doll I stumbled upon this site and I am smitten (insert large heart). Just look at these beauties I want them all!!!! These patterns are for an 18" doll but she has many other sizes to choose from. Descriptions are from Magalie's Website

Here is a different, but very classy look for our Kaye Wiggs girls! It may seem like it is somewhat more advanced than some of my other patterns with all of the ruffles and button loops, but I show a very easy way to make the mini-pleat ruffles (with a video on YouTube!) and I really want you to keep in mind that all you need to do is sew one seam at a time. Your girl will be stunning!
This ensemble is light and fresh, just in time for Spring, and it's light enough for Summer as well. Easy to sew, requiring only two contrasting cotton on linen fabrics, I know that you will enjoy creating your own interpretation of "Ray Of Sunshine" for your girl!
I've always the look of a school ensemble, so here is one for our girls with a jacket and pleated skirt.   It can be for school, or you can use the jacket with jeans, and the skirt with a knit top...   I also include pattern pieces for a longer jacket if you'd like to have more of a "coat" look.  Have fun sewing!
This original pattern is for an Princess Line Collarless Flared Coat with gathered 3/4 length sleeves.  The coat is adjusted at the waist and gradually widens to a full skirt.   It is wonderfully complimented by the "50's Look" halter dress with a princess line cut, which features a sculpted bow at the bust line and a full skirt of gathered panels.   

This dress design includes a tulle underskirt attached to the bodice lining.   The Race Day Hat has a fabric "button" covered gathered crown and is decorated at the front with a double bow.   This design is wonderfully fun to sew, and you'll love how your girls look in the finished ensemble!

6 comments:

Kim Belcheff said...

Wow! These dolls have fancier clothes that I do! :) I am so excited to find your blog. My aunt is going to love it too. She is a crafter. Sending her here now.

Chrissie Marshall said...

Yes best dressed dolls in town :) Thank you for sharing and hope to see your aunt soon

Kayla @ TheEclecticElement said...

I'm definitely not a doll person but these dolls are completely adorable! The clothes are extremely unique and very chic :)

Victoria Rickert said...

Love these dolls they are so adorable and have attitude! The clothing is perfection!

Dede said...

Oh, those dolls are just so Darling! Thank you for sharing!

Dede said...

Love the clothes, so realistic!

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