All the patterns here were created by me, using Adobe Illustrator and saved as PDF files. To view and print, you will need a copy of Adobe Reader, then print on 8 1/2″ x 11″ letter-sized paper. I’ve tried the patterns and I like my dolly clothes to fit snugly. If you like loose fit, you will have to adjust the patterns accordingly.
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Basic Knitted Hat new!
I love to knit and I think everyone should too! I created this basic knitted hat for Blythe using DK-weight yarn that’s quick and easy for an advanced-beginner. You will need to know basics such as cast on, bind off, the knit stitch, the purl stitch, simple decrease (k2tog), some experience with DPNs, and make a pom-pom. The end result is a super-cute knitted hat!
All Spruced Up
I love retro style clothing for my girls, and vintage Skipper doll’s “All Spruced Up” dress is one of my favorites. After losing a few auctions on eBay, I decided to try to make my own, and this is the result!
Use a patterned fabric for the bodice/sleeves and a solid color for the collar/cuffs for a classy look. Attaching the cuffs could be a bit tricky, so you might want to make a practice one first. Press before attaching the pieces.
This top was inspired by the vintage Skipper dress set “Ship Ahoy.” With or without stripes, a simple, versatile top is a must-have in every Blythe wardrobe. The pattern itself is straight-forward and is fast and easy to put together. If you are using a cotton t-shirt material, I suggest hand-sewing around the neckhole and sleeve seams.
The skirt was also inspired by vintage Skipper, from the dress set “Dog Show.” It may take more than one try to put it together, but it is a very cute skirt that can be mixed and matched with many pieces. I used pink corduroy and it was very easy to sew together. You can also try using different colors for the inside panels or different material such as wool or tweed to complete a winter wardrobe.
The aloha dress came from an idea to redesign the original “Aloha Sprit” dress set from Takara.
I decided to make my version of “Aloha Spirit” a versatile and flattering A-line dress that will look great even if you don’t use a Hawaiian-print fabric.