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I want to make some clothes for my monster high dolls but I cannot for the life of me make clothes patterns so could anyone with patterns post a link or e-mail them to me at mxoxogg@hotmail.co.uk

 

Thanks xoxo

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Or Bratz Patterns?

I'm going to be trying to make some patterns when I get my craft room up and running so when i do make some patterns i will upload some.

Simplicity currently has made some Bratz patterns. I bought them at Jo Anns. They also include sizes for Barbie & Liv. I havent used them yet though.

I found this one on the simplicity site, is this the one you were talking about? It's pretty cool, it comes in three sizes so I guess they fit Gene too.

When I sew doll clothes, I sew them by hand, it makes it easier to work with.

I have tries using a sewing machine but the cloth would get pulled in with the bobbin.

I really like making Doll clothes.

I have made Polly Pocket clothes out of cloth before, It was hard but I did it.

I do not own a monster high doll, But I would like one.

I am planning to buy one soon.

Strumpets Delight said:

I've tried these patterns and they take allot of tweeking to get them to fit properly.  there is zero seam allowance and when working with something this tiny, your sewing machine needs it!  I havent tried them with the narrow hem stitch on my serger yet, but my sewing machine has argued the whole way!

lis b said:

I found this online. but haven't tried it yet.

http://ths.fennotrans.fi/patterns/mh-patterns.html

 

I started a group for those of us who like to make our own doll clothes, but haven't really had time to really start posting. You can check it out of you want.

http://www.monsterhighdolls.com/group/diy-monster-high-doll-clothes

 

 

That's awesome! thank you!!

Shannanigan O'Crabby said:

I started this pattern ages ago... finally took my messy scratchy pattern pieces and traced them into something people can print. I haven't had time to print it myself and try to make a dress from the pattern (make sure nothing was lost in translation). So if you make this use scrap fabric for your first try... in case something needs to be adjusted.

 

You can see my first go at the pattern here: Viki Francun's Dress - WIP . You can see I added some ribbon details to the super basic pattern. So don't be shy... play around with it! :)

 

FOR SHOW ONLY... PRINT PDF ATTACHED!

Please post them. My daughter wants to learn and it would be a great craft project to do with her.

Salad5693 said:

I have some patterns made, If I can find a scanner I'll try to post them.
I have been working with some patterns I bought on Etsy from Kristine Anns. She has 3 different patterns available... http://www.etsy.com/shop/KristineAnns


I also found a Simplicity Fashion Doll pattern that has "3 sizes", the smallest being for Bratz. So it will need some tweaking about a good base to start!

http://www.simplicity.com/p-6630-doll-clothes.aspx

Thank you so much for this, it got circulated on Pinterest and I never had an account before yesterday to give credit to the deserving individual! 

(Ah I shouldn't have bumped a dead topic, sorry to anyone this irritates.)

Shannanigan O'Crabby said:

I started this pattern ages ago... finally took my messy scratchy pattern pieces and traced them into something people can print. I haven't had time to print it myself and try to make a dress from the pattern (make sure nothing was lost in translation). So if you make this use scrap fabric for your first try... in case something needs to be adjusted.

 

You can see my first go at the pattern here: Viki Francun's Dress - WIP . You can see I added some ribbon details to the super basic pattern. So don't be shy... play around with it! :)

 

FOR SHOW ONLY... PRINT PDF ATTACHED!

russian dress pattern

this came up in a search, but since it's in Russian, other than being able to tell you it's in scale when the ruler matches the print, i can't say more.

on a happier note my niece, kira (age 7), helped me expand on Shannanigan O'Crabby's  sheath dress.

Cleo now has a ruffled knee length party dress, pic coming soon. the hardest part for me was controling the potty mouth that sewing always brings out in me while my young niece just wanted to know what i was doing.



nox_lumen said:

russian dress pattern

this came up in a search, but since it's in Russian, other than being able to tell you it's in scale when the ruler matches the print, i can't say more.

forget the Russian dress. not only dose it not have seam allowance, but the pieces don't fit all that well to begin with.

So far I have only been mildly successful with drawing patterns from actual Monster High clothes.

I got Barbie patterns from Simplicity but they have to be modified wayyyyyy too much for a starter like me.

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