Glenis from Gee’s Projects designed this carrycot to fit her toys and dolls. It’s easy to make a comfy spot for your next softie; the carrycot and doll together would make a special gift! Children appreciate having a special place to tuck their dolls and softies in, and parents love the extra play value. Have fun with the free tutorial, and explore the Gee’s Projects shop for more from Glenis. We’re partial to the Timi Tabby Kitty Cat and Kerah Rabbit…Read More
Christina Platt’s Bamboletta Dolls are one-of-a-kind, treasured friends for children all across the world. Each doll is a work of art, made with the highest quality materials, lots of love and plenty of important details to make them extra special. We’re honored to have Christina share her Sleepy Dollie pattern and tutorial as part of our Six Weeks of LOVE for Softies…Read More
Sarah from Dolls And Daydreams® knows all about sewing for charity. Her campaign to sew dolls for children in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake was a tremendous success. We hope Sarah inspires you sew dolls and softies for charity, and perhaps to participate in our Soft Toy Drive to Benefit Children in Foster Care.
Pictured: Mayan Families Doll Drive distribution for the children of Guatemala.
Lauren Wright from Molly and Mama designed this Happy Day Liberty Yo-Yo Doll Quilt featuring beautiful Liberty fabric scraps. You can use the same block to make larger quilts, runners and more! Yo-yos are a little like hexies… Once you start making these you won’t want to stop.Read More
We hope you enjoy our series of Sewing Basics posts in the next few months! We have lots of fun and easy tutorials lined up for basic patterns and sewing projects… Today Marie shows us how to make some simple, no-pattern 18-inch doll clothes (fitting American Girl-sized dolls).Read More