The clothing sewing patterns for my stuffed animal dolls are now available to download and print! Hooray! Now you can make little overalls, pants, coats and dresses designed to perfectly fit your Willowynn animal dolls.
These little clothes are simple to sew and are the perfect project to use your special scraps of fabric. I particularly like using remnants of old woollen pants or skirts for the little coats and old denim or corduroy for the overalls (dungarees) and pants. And little squares of cotton print fabric are perfect for the dresses.
The coats (or jackets) can be made with a hood or a collar and can even be made reversible. There are three different dress styles to make - gathered, A-line and an apron style (also reversible). My boys now have a whole wardrobe of clothes for their stuffed animals which, they discovered, fit some of their smaller non-Willowynn toys.
I'm really happy with the way these have turned out and I hope you like them. Let me know what you think. How is the fit? What did you make?
7/8/2018 11:51:14 am
What darling outfits! Thank you!
4/10/2020 01:02:39 pm
Hi! I just finished making the little rabbit doll for my daughter and am now making clothing for her. I am in the midst of making one of your lined jackets--adorable--but am stuck. Can you please give advice on sewing the sleeves to the jacket body? I have tried several times by machine and once by hand but I keep getting the fabric bunched up and sewing where I'm not supposed to on the sleeve. I just can't seem to keep everything aligned no matter how much it's pinned! A video tutorial on that bit would be super helpful.
5/10/2020 02:43:11 pm
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My name is Margeaux Davis. I'm a doll-maker, sewing pattern designer and children's book illustrator, based in northern New South Wales, Australia.