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Re: Where to find doll clothing patterns

PostPosted: Sat Aug 04, 2012 6:01 pm
by Lon

Re: Where to find doll clothing patterns

PostPosted: Sat Aug 04, 2012 6:02 pm
by Lon
Guess what! There's limits on how many urls a post can have! So, part two.

My Froggy Stuff has tutorials on making props out of mostly recycled stuff but there is also a few clothing tutorials. Since they aren't actual patterns, they can be adapted for any doll.
http://www.youtube.com/user/MyFroggyStuff

Dolly Stitches on Flickr
http://www.flickr.com/groups/dollystitches/pool/with/5730092388/#photo_5730092388
Not a lot there right now. DollsAhoy has put up an angel sleeve trapeeze dress, a dress shirt and a female action figure sized Qi Pao. Faydreams put up a MH sized dress pattern.

Nylh's legging making instructions. (French)
http://www.flickr.com/photos/nylh/5309312968/
"A-B is half the waist measurement. C-D is half of the hips. For 1-2, put the measuring tape through the doll's legs from the waist in front to the waist in back, then halve that. 1-3 is the waist to the ankle and E-F is how tight you want them to be around the ankle. Follow the diagram, add in seam-allowances and cut it out in stretch fabric."
-My blog
Sewing instructions + measurements for a RealPuki size in English
http://www.flickr.com/photos/nylh/5576442168/in/set-72157629136717072

Re: Where to find doll clothing patterns

PostPosted: Sat Aug 04, 2012 6:39 pm
by E-Beth
You can search patents in Google. There are several for ladies undergarments, including an adorable pair of panties, and several slips.

The patents contain drawings (one hopes to scale) of the pattern pieces for the garment, and an exhaustive descriptions of what a cool idea it is and sometimes some notes on assembly.

The slip patents I've found so far are 1946 2460882, 1947 2427041, 1935 2010541, and 1939 2161063

Re: Where to find doll clothing patterns

PostPosted: Mon Aug 13, 2012 9:14 pm
by Lon
Mint no Hihi (?)'s patterns
Smock Blouse for a Leeke doll
http://blog.goo.ne.jp/millinda_lemon/e/c8bc62f7d9aa258c36c28c5b3043e3d1
Yukata for Leeke
http://blog.goo.ne.jp/millinda_lemon/e/48de0d6399c120e4be4561853774e226
Leeke Berret
http://blog.goo.ne.jp/millinda_lemon/e/a850fb597f90216134ad8f804584e6a3


Two basic dresses for Licca's sisters
http://rokuichi.blog.shinobi.jp/Entry/131/

Indian Tailor
http://www5b.biglobe.ne.jp/~icy/
Third link from the bottom brings to to the doll page, 2nd from the bottom brings you to the pattern page.

Link 1: Disclaimer: I can't read it but assume they don't want you selling stuff or redistributing the patterns.
Link 2: Mini Super Dollfie girl prototype patterns. Bodice and skirt, princess line dress and pants
Link: 3 MSD boy
Link 4: pants long leg
Link 5: MSD jacket prototype
Link 6:MSD Leotard
Link 7: Yo-SD prototype patterns
Link 8: Yo-SD jacket prototype
Link 9: Yo-SD jinbei
link 10: SD prototype
Link 11: SD leotard
Link 12 SD original jacket
link 13 SD boy prototype
Link 14: New SD boy jacket prototype
Link 15: SD Kimono
Link 16: SD13 prototype
Link 17: SD13 leotard
Link 18:SD13 prototype jacket
Link 19: SD13 boy prototype
Link 20: SD13 boy jacket NEW prototype
Link 21: Wanda/Wonder Frog prototype
Link 22: Wanda/Wonder Frog long dress
Link 23: Byul/Dal prototype
Link 24: Pullip body 4 prototype
Link 25: Neemo Ex-Cute prototype
Link 26-27-28: How to make a rosary for a MSD
Link 29: Elastic bracelet for MSD
(PDF format, no seam allowances)

Re: Where to find doll clothing patterns

PostPosted: Mon Aug 13, 2012 9:17 pm
by Lon
Calamity's site!

1/3 Felt Witch's Hat
http://pbun.jugem.jp/?eid=322

1/3 Cape
http://pbun.jugem.jp/?eid=321

43cm (Obitsu?) Dress
http://pbun.jugem.jp/?eid=313

27cm Blouse (Shown on a Pullip, fits okay on a 25cm Obitsu)
http://pbun.jugem.jp/?eid=205

27cm Tiered Skirt, good for Pullips and 27cm Obitsu
http://pbun.jugem.jp/?eid=77

Pure Nemo XS Dress and Bloomers
http://pbun.jugem.jp/?eid=319

Dress for the Mini Doremi Dolls
http://pbun.jugem.jp/?eid=201

Dress for Obitsu 21cm to 23cm
http://pbun.jugem.jp/?eid=184

Skirt for Obitsu 60cm
http://pbun.jugem.jp/?eid=174

Stocking for Obitsu 60cm
http://pbun.jugem.jp/?eid=144
The disclaimer says not to sell the pattern or items from it and don't repost the pattern anywhere.

Re: Where to find doll clothing patterns

PostPosted: Fri Aug 17, 2012 9:23 pm
by maywong

Re: Where to find doll clothing patterns

PostPosted: Fri Mar 14, 2014 4:32 pm
by Anderson'sAllPurpose
Scans of an old book of patterns for Mattel's 1970s Sunshine Fanily dolls (should also fit older Barbies - there's a list):

http://heresherbie.blogspot.se/2014/03/ ... ttern.html

Re: Where to find doll clothing patterns

PostPosted: Sat Mar 15, 2014 5:59 am
by DollyKim
Sunshines aren't exactly Barbie shaped, they're a bit shorter and more realistic proportions.

Re: Where to find doll clothing patterns

PostPosted: Fri May 30, 2014 8:20 pm
by maywong

Re: Where to find doll clothing patterns

PostPosted: Wed Jul 16, 2014 7:21 am
by Faydreams
I don't know about anyone else but the hardest thing I've had finding are patterns to fit Obitsu Slim Male 27cm bodies. Then last night a friend and I were talking on the phone and she said she was having trouble finding clothes for one of her boys who is on the same body. By happen stance I remembered that mine could wear Barbie Jeans ( :lol: yes the girl ones :lol: ), and so could my Ever After High Boy doll. Needless to say that opened some ideas for finding patterns.

This morning I did a quick search for EAH boy patterns and came across this one on Pinterest:
http://www.pinterest.com/pin/565131453213431143/

It had a link to a saler on Etsy. So if you are in the market for EAH Boy patterns or 27cm Slim Male Obitsu patterns they can swap. Or you can let them mug all your Barbies for their jeans. :lol: