Doll clothes patterns
Whether you are wanting to learn how to make doll clothes, become confident using your overlocker, or simply want to purchase doll clothes patterns so you can create your own special outfits, Rosie is here to help you.
How to Make Doll Clothes Video Course
If you don't know how to sew and would love to give it a try or think that sewing doll clothes is way too fiddly, this course is for you. Rosie has designed a How to Make Doll Clothes video course that has Lifetime access to over 130 instructional videos covering everything from the basic tools and stitches to attaching frills and collars AND she shows you ALL the secrets to making doll clothes the easy way.
BUT that's not all....you also get 8 Free Doll Clothes Patterns to get you started!- Clicking here will take you to Rosie's Patterns website.
Doll Clothes Patterns
Over the years Rosie has designed many doll clothes patterns and some of those patterns are now available so that you too can create beautiful clothes for your special doll. The patterns are available in two sizes:Australian Girl doll and some will also fit the 43cm Baby Born doll too. Just check at the bottom of each pattern description to find out what dolls that pattern will fit.
The patterns and written instructions are in PDF so are downloaded directly to your computer AND they all come with full video instructions where Rosie shows you step-by-step how to make the outfit....perfect for the beginner sewer! And of course you get LIFETIME access to the patterns, instructions and video tutorials.- Clicking here will take you to Rosie's Patterns website.
Learn to love your serger (overlocker)
Then my Learn to Love Your Serger (Overlocker) online course is perfect for you!
I will show you how to:
- Understand your overlocker
- Maintain your overlocker
- Change the threads the easy way
- Master the thread tension
- Understand the differential feed and what it will do
- Use your overlocker to neaten edges and finish seams
- Sew rolled hems
- Learn tips for navigating around curves
- Use your overlocker to gather fabric, create tubes, attach elastic, create a flatlock stitch and attach lace
- Pick up lots of cool tips along the way.