Doll and Toy Patterns

Index of free doll and toy patterns on fleecefun.comDoll clothing Patterns:

 

Basic Doll Pant (With Video)

This simple pant is fast to make and can be made in a larger size for your little girl!  Fits an 18 inch or American Girl Doll.  Get the free pattern and tutorial here.

Boutique Style Doll Pant

This fun and frilly pant can be made in a girl size too!  Fits an 18 inch or American Girl Doll.  Get the free pattern and tutorial here.

Doll Sleeping Bag Pack

Now Dolly can get some rest with a back pack that turns into a sleeping bag.  The best part?  It also comes in kid size!  Get the free pattern and tutorial here.

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Comments

  1. 1

    Linda says

    I lov e the fleece doll pattern have made several pair very quick & easy.

    I wanna make some from regular fabric, how would I narrow bottom of legs to mak e regular pants?

    Thanks.:)

  2. 3

    mary rose says

    made the basic doll pants and they turned put really well! thank you so much. would love if you did a sweater or t- shirt tutorial out of fleece!

  3. 4

    samantha says

    Hi, love your site! It has been so helpful because i am a beginner in sewing…. so I watched your video on the American 18 inch pants. My question is how do I cut the pattern down to fit a 14 inch doll?? Its a Cabbage Patch doll.

    • 5

      says

      Hi Samantha,
      I don’t think it’s as simple as cutting it down as the two dolls are very different shapes. While a cabbage patch doll is shorter I believe ( and this is me trying to remember my cabbage patch doll as a kid ) that they are wider than most 18 inch dolls. You would have to make the leg shorter and then wider for it to work. I’m sorry I don’t have a doll readily available for reference to give you more specifics than that.
      – Angel

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