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In Dolly Bureau (vol 3), I made a few patterns for tiny dolls, one of which is a design for PukiPuki. Pictured below is the final result of the pattern, which has easy-to-follow written and illustrated instructions in the book. Best of all, the clothing should fit other dolls like Mattel Kelly and Ruby Red Galleria's Honee-B.
The most recent installment of Dolly Bureau volume 3 focuses on tiny dolls, but some of the crafts and sewing patterns can be used for dolls of multiple sizes. The picture below is a drafting dress pattern that would use a combination of knitted and tulle/lace fabrics. Dream High Studio's Lulu is pictured. She's so tiny!
In the recent months, I was focusing on digital PDF patterns for ball-jointed dolls. Not too long ago, I finally finished a pattern for Momoko dolls. It's a simple set, but I think using striped fabric looks great for the blouse. I tried the outfit on a variety of other dolls and it is confirmed to adequately fit Pullip, J-doll, Tiny Kitty (very snug), Petite Barbie, Pure Neemo (all bust sizes), and Jenny.
This new pattern combines a whole lot of things I love -- white eyelet fabric, lace, long dresses, ribbon, and my new KoonieS. As some of you may know, I have a few Peak's Woods dolls, but I was glad to add KoonieS to the family.
The dress pictured is a pattern available in my Etsy shop. I am trying to put out quite a few more digital patterns in the near future, so stay tuned for plenty more dolly sewing options in the weeks to come.