What are the best dressed dolls wearing this fall? What are the hottest sellers at local craft fairs? What outfits are your girls hoping to find under the tree this year? Read on for Kat’s favorite four patterns to sew this fall for your dolls.
Best Doll Clothes Sewing Pattern for Fall: School Dance Dress
The School Dance Dress has lots of options and looks great using the same or contrasting fabric. Shown here in Vera Bradley fabric, the princess seams (one of three options for the front of the dress) give the dress a soft flair. Find the pattern HERE and see more ways to sew this basic, long sleeved dress HERE.
Best Doll Clothes Sewing Pattern for Fall: School Bell Blouse
With a pretty pleat at the neck and pleats along the sleeves,this boho styled blouse is perfect for the cool, crisp days of fall. The School Bell Blouse can be made with a soft flair at the waist, or add a cute peplum skirt for a completely different look. Find the pattern HERE in three sizes and see the Inspiration Gallery HERE. Use this pattern hack and this one to make a cute dress with the same pattern!
Best Doll Clothes Sewing Pattern for Fall: Playground Pants
I love the Playground Pants pattern. With a loose fit, fun side pockets, and an option for patchwork, they make a cute addition to your doll’s wardrobe for fall. Pair them with a School Bell Blouse or a Jumping Jack turtleneck shirt. These pants are also great for boy doll clothes! Find the pattern HERE and visit THIS LINK to see the Inspiration Gallery for this pattern.
Photo Credit: Doll Clothes by Shirley.
Best Doll Clothes Sewing Pattern for Fall: Easy Up! Jumper
The Easy Up! Jumper pattern got its name from the ease of dressing the doll by simply pulling the jumper up over her feet. It’s a double bonus because the pattern is super easy to make too! Here, Maryellen’s jumper has a Jumping Jack Turtleneck underneath- you can also make the jumper reversible! This dress has hounds tooth on one side and pumpkins on the other! The straps can also be made with Fold Over Elastic to be even “easier”. Find the pattern HERE and check the Inspiration Gallery HERE.