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I Can Make Dolls' Clothes

Easy-to-follow patterns to make clothes and accessories for your favourite doll

Louise Scott-Smith, Georgia Vaux


A book of easy-to-follow patterns to make fashionably cool dolls’ clothes

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This book teaches children aged 7+ how to make mix-and-match clothes for a standard 30 cm (12 in) plastic doll. Its approach is simple, quick and fun, and the results are extremely stylish. The book includes actual-size patterns for nine garments along with super-clear instructions and illustrations of each step. It also features inspirational photographs of the dolls modelling the finished clothes. A section at the back sets out the basics of sewing, including how to thread a needle, do a running stitch and sew on poppers and buttons.


'With actual-size patterns, super-clear instructions and inspirational illustrations, this book is just the ticket for keeping kids busy - and the results should be very pleasing'

'A fantastic resource'
Love Sewing

'A fashion-forward and fun approach to teaching basic sewing skills and nurturing basic creativity'
Craft Business

'Dolls were never this cool when we were little'
Simply Sewing Magazine

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Book Details

Format: Quarterbound with jacket

Size: 20.2 x 15.6 cm

Extent: 176 pp

Publication date: 14 September 2015

ISBN: 9780500650516

Contents List

Introduction • 9 patterns • ‘Let’s Design’ • ‘First Sewing Steps’

About the Author

Louise Scott-Smith is a childrenswear designer. She is the former Head of Childrenswear Design at Liberty and Caramel Baby and Child.

Georgia Vaux is a graphic designer, book designer and art director.

List of Contributors

Louise Scott-Smith, Georgia Vaux, Pascal Bergamin