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A basic wardrobe of dresses for Blythe dolls, this pattern includes
five styles of slightly high-waisted dresses, an apron, a pair of tights, and bloomer type panties, instructions and my favorite tips for sewing for small dolls. The simple designs are easy to make
but also have versions with more details for the experienced sewer.

View A- a sleeveless bodice and attached gathered skirt

View B & C- simple dresses with attached sleeves, long, short or sleeveless, as part of the bodice and a gathered skirt attached at the high waist mark.

Views D and E- traditional bodice with shoulder seams, set in full sleeves, either short or 3/4 length, and narrow elastic at the bottom of the sleeves.

View F- apron with ruffled angel sleeves and gathered skirt

View G- panties are loose, puffy bloomer style with narrow elastic at waist and legs.

View H- tights made from light stretch knit fabrics with narrow elastic at waist.

Be your doll's fashion designer! Lavish with Lace, top with trims, mix and match fabrics
The pattern is designed for those with basic sewing skills.

The Pattern will also fit Tiny Betsy McCall by Tonner Doll Co., with some adjustment to the length of the skirts and long sleeves.

I do not do PDF versions of the pattern. I like to be sure that it will come to you the accurate size, ready to cut out and use over and over again.
You have my permission to make garments from my patterns and sell your unique creations to others.

Blythe Doll Pattern, Basic Dress Wardrobe with bloomers, tights various bodices and sleeves



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