Sunday, May 15, 2011

Pocket Pixie Clothing Patterns

With Shelly of Gingermelon Dolls kind permission, here are some simple outfit patterns for her delightful Pocket Pixie doll.  These outfits have already shown up on the blog, but not the patterns.  Please use Wool felt for the outfits, just as you use it for the doll.  Click on the links below for the pattern downloads.

Pocket Pixie Kimono





















Pocket Pixie overalls, tee shirt, and dress bodice

From these simple patterns, a lot of other patterns can be derived.  Lengthen the tee shirt pattern, and gently flare the sides and you have a nightgown.  You could crochet the skirt onto the dress bodice, instead of using fabric.  The tee shirt can also be used as a dress bodice, or made slightly bigger and turned into a sweater or a coat.

Embroider your outfits before stitching up the seams, add crochet or purchased lace, beads, felt appliqués...embellish to your hearts content :-)

14 comments:

  1. Oh, how very darling! You do beautiful work. :)

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  2. Thank you so much, dear Lois :-)

    Beth

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  3. OOPS! Beth did it again. Is it okay if I use these patterns on the Blossom Petals?

    Carolyn

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  4. I've just known your blog and I've liked very much. All the things you've made are lovely. I like the "doll with the kimono". Thanks for sharing your creations!:)

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  5. Carolyn, that is fine; but they may be a little small for your dolls. You might want to cut one out of paper towels to adjust the fit.

    Thank you for your good words, Sue and Lola :-)

    Beth

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  6. Beth, thank you so much for sharing the patterns! I will definitely being using them. You are so clever and your dolls are always dressed so nicely!

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  7. You have so much talent!
    I love seeing what you have new.

    Sandra

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  8. Okay Beth, thanks. I'll let you know how they turned out.

    Carolyn

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  9. Thank you so much, Sandra and Else, for your good words :-)

    Beth

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  10. So adorable! Thanks so much for offering these patterns. I just got my Pocket Pixie Pattern and can't wait to try these out!

    Quick question -- Gingermelon's dolls' TOU says it is okay to sell the finished product, with credit given to Gingermelon. If I did so, is it okay to use your clothing patterns for this purpose, if I link to your blog?

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  11. Hi Kimi,

    You certainly may use my clothing patterns for the Pixies you sell, and thank you for thinking to link to my blog :-)

    Enjoy making these dear little dolls.

    Beth

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  12. Where can I find the pattern for the pocket pixie doll? I tried the Esty shop and it said it was unavailable...

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    1. You might want to send Shelly a note via Etsy and see if she will put more Pocket Pixie patterns up. That is where I got my pattern, and I don't know of another source.

      Beth

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