Wow! I was blown away when I clicked over to www.cricut.com to see their new fabric selections! Cricut may be my new favorite fabric store!! Take a look!
Find a large selection of doll scale sized fabrics at Cricut.
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The cricut maker, their newest “power e-cutter machine” has a special rotary cutting blade that will cut your fabric for smaller projects. With a subscription to cricut access, you will have a whole library of patterns and designs that you can make with this new, powerful machine. I love my cricut maker. I use it all the time to cut out my doll clothes. You can find a basic tutorial how to that here.
It’s hard to find good fabric with the right, small scale for doll clothes. Because cricut projects need to fit on a 12×24 mat to be cut out, they offer a large selection of beautiful, small scale fabrics. These gorgeous stripes, a collection by Riley Blake, could not be a more perfect scale for doll sized clothing. This is a great basic package to have on hand for many of your special projects. Here you can see the scale of the stripes with an 18 inch doll.
Make your own doll clothes with cute fabric from Cricut.
I purchased the 10 inch squares (four of each color) and the fat quarter package (two of each color), but they offer strips and smaller, charm squares as well, as well as many other patterns. The quality is exactly what I expect from Riley Blake or any high end quilt shop.
Cricut fabric collections are perfect for all of your fat quarter and small sized fabric crafts.
Check out Cricut’s new selections of fabric cut to size and scaled for small sewing projects.
Be sure to sign up for cricut emails. They send out special offers quite often- in fact, I saved 30% on my fabric order! Visit my tutorial to see how to use a cricut machine for your doll clothes project.
I can’t wait to cut into my new fabric. I give the cricut fabric shop five stars!! Now for the harder part- which pattern to choose? So many to choose from!! 🙂