Lua Sleep Sack for Dolls
Let your child tuck their baby doll in for the night with the Lua Sleep Sack for Dolls. This free printable pattern and detailed tutorial will help you create a sleep sack for baby dolls up to 22 inches tall. These instructions provide many options for customizing your DIY sleep sack. You can choose to include piping, if you like a challenge, or to leave it out if you're a new sewist. Beginning sewists will also appreciate the detailed, printable templates, diagrams, and clear instructions that accompany this tutorial.
Project TypeMake a Project
Time to CompleteIn an evening
When it comes to learning how to make doll clothes, the clothes aren't the only fun part of owning a doll! There are a ton of other cool things to make for your little one's favorite companions that don't entail doll clothes patterns. Like the cute little sleeping bag above, dolls have long come with as many ways to accessories as living, breathing humans. From doll purses, to hair brushes, to bunk beds and home furnishing items, these adorable toys come with a wide variety of lifelike odds and ends. Among free doll clothes patterns, there are also a wide variety of other patterns you can enjoy, including backpacks, quilts, and aprons. When it comes to dolls and their various accoutrements...they really are just like us. Thankfully, though, their accessories are usually a little less expensive than our own, and you can learn how to make doll clothes quickly and easily with just a little bit of skill, vigilance, and of course, some free doll clothes patterns!
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