In Dolly Bureau volume 3, there are lots of craft tutorials for tiny dolls. The photo above is from the book of a ball-jointed doll named Sugar Powder from Peak's Woods. She is a part of their Monthly Fairy line. In the book, there is a tutorial on how to make tiny doll wings! There are a couple templates in the book for different wing options. Interested in trying it? Pick up a copy of the book here.
Dolly Bureau books have a few patterns for Momoko, but I think this is one is my favorite. The set is a jacket, skirt, and blouse. It can be found in volume 1 of the Dolly Bureau series. The Momoko pictured is Beach Rodeo. She is also wearing glasses by Randall Craig. The book is still in print and you can make the outfit too! See below for more details.
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!
Pictured above is a darling Petite Blythe (Littlest Pet Shop version). I've tried on a few of my small doll items to see what will fit her. In the picture above, she is wearing an Amelia Thimble nightgown. The length of the nightgown and sleeves are a little long for the doll, but it still looks quite cute on her. While quite a few people don't seem to like the Littlest Pet Shop (LPS) Blythe compared to the Petite Blythe, I actually prefer one important aspect of the LPS Blythe -- the shoes! Unlike Petite Blythe, the LPS Blythe have shoes that come off the dolls and I love exchanging the shoes. Pictured below are some Polly Pocket shoes and accessories I've paired with a LPS Blythe.
Personally, I try to avoid some of the backless pumps from Polly Pocket because they look a little too big on the LPS Blythe. Many of the other Polly Pocket accessories go great with LPS Blythe too.
Interested in more information, patterns, and crafts for tiny dolls? Check out Dolly Bureau Volume 3: All About Tiny Dolls. There is more information about Petite Blythe dolls in the book, including OOAK dolls, fashions, and crafts.
After a trip to the salesroom at the 2015 National Barbie Doll Collector's Convention, I managed to find a Dawn doll by Topper Toys in pretty good condition. This doll did not have the green knees that many of the Dawn dolls appear to have by this age. She's from the 1970s and had a variety of male and female friends. While this doll is a little taller than all the dolls in Dolly Bureau volume 3, some of her clothes, shoes and accessories fit smaller dolls in the book.
Dawn looks pretty similar in size to the Mattel RockFlowers. Dawn is a bit taller than Picco Neemo (pictured below) and some clothing can be shared between the dolls. It seems like the shoes do not work out very well between the dolls, but Dawn shoes can be squeezed pretty tightly onto Picco feet (also pictured below).