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Does anyone know any websites i could get free patterns for sewing- not crochet or knitting- that would fit MH?

Dresses,

Pants,

shirts,

jackets,

leggings,

Anything really.

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The problem seems to be that bo-one wants to freely give away their patterns, they want you to buy their pre-made clothes...

Yea, i've noticed that. I can make pretty good guesses on making patterns, but i never want to trace them on paper because i don't know if they will turn out right.

Crystal_Sushi said:

The problem seems to be that bo-one wants to freely give away their patterns, they want you to buy their pre-made clothes...

There was a thread from a while back with a whole bunch of patterns, I will see if its still up but the person who created the thread deleted their account so I'm not sure if its still there.

oh okay, thanks :)

Violet Fox said:

There was a thread from a while back with a whole bunch of patterns, I will see if its still up but the person who created the thread deleted their account so I'm not sure if its still there.

I found it! They have a couple good ones :)

http://www.monsterhighdolls.com/forum/topics/patterns-1?id=5907260%...

Here is one on how to make your own shoes and what clothes fit MH

http://www.monsterhighdolls.com/forum/topics/what-fits-my-mh-dolls-...

Thank you so much!

Violet Fox said:

I found it! They have a couple good ones :)

http://www.monsterhighdolls.com/forum/topics/patterns-1?id=5907260%...

Here is one on how to make your own shoes and what clothes fit MH

http://www.monsterhighdolls.com/forum/topics/what-fits-my-mh-dolls-...

How are you at monkeying around with patterns? There are a bunch of freebie Blythe doll patterns and the occational Bratz pattern that you might be able to fiddle with.

If you want ALMOST free, Simplicity pattern #1955 can sometimes be found on sale at some fabric stores. It contains three sizes: Large--Moxie Teenz, Medium--LIV/Barbie and Small--Bratz. I am messing around with the Bratz-sized pieces, trying to figure out how to modify them for MH. I need to test them but so far it's a lot of lengthening and moving seams around. The MH guys sort of fit Barbie and LIV too, so if you wanted to put Clawd and Draculaura in matching princess dresses, this would be the pattern to use.

Thanks, i can usually guess at patterns really well, but i never want to make them from paper until i'm sure they fit, and by that time, they're already sewn! But that's good, abot the bratz clothing, i know that fits them a little tightly so all i'd have to do would be make them slightly larger.

Lon said:

How are you at monkeying around with patterns? There are a bunch of freebie Blythe doll patterns and the occational Bratz pattern that you might be able to fiddle with.

If you want ALMOST free, Simplicity pattern #1955 can sometimes be found on sale at some fabric stores. It contains three sizes: Large--Moxie Teenz, Medium--LIV/Barbie and Small--Bratz. I am messing around with the Bratz-sized pieces, trying to figure out how to modify them for MH. I need to test them but so far it's a lot of lengthening and moving seams around. The MH guys sort of fit Barbie and LIV too, so if you wanted to put Clawd and Draculaura in matching princess dresses, this would be the pattern to use.

This is a tracing from a flat screen of the pattern in the free tights tutorial. In theory, you should be able to print it and use the guide at MeLoveGangrels Tights Tutorial . The finished measurements of the pattern should be 2.38" by 5.67" if it got to your computer in the right scale. to get the scan to the right size, my step-dad put the image in MSword and told the picture tools section what size to print. I have yet to test this one, so it's still theory, but I hope it helps.

Just finished the test run. The old ribbed wife beater got to be the first run, and the sizing was pretty good, but I don't think I have enough practice with knits. I need to add a draw string or elastic at the waist, some seams are lumpy, and some seams look way too loose, but I think the problems are my machine and lack of practice rather then a pattern problem.

If you search google using the words:  monster high pattern images - you'll find several printable patterns.  I also found some free Dawn doll patterns that fit (tops and a-line and empire waisted dresses...).  Some need to be lengthened or widened  a bit.

I test pattern pieces for fit by cutting the pieces out of paper towel, and pinning or taping the pieces to the doll.   I've also had some luck adapting barbie patterns by copying them at 55 - 60% and then using the paper towel method to make adjustments to the pattern pieces

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While they aren't free, this Etsy shop has patterns: http://www.etsy.com/shop/KristineAnns?section_id=5551337

They are well worth the price!

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