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Old 02-23-2009, 11:22 PM   #1
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Looking for some patterns
Maybe everyone here can help me. I'm looking for patterns for baby doll clothes that are 8-10"

Has anyone seen such a thing? Know where I might find such a thing?

I've started collecting OOAK Polymer Clay Babies. And I'd love to make clothes for them myself
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Old 02-23-2009, 11:38 PM   #2
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I assume you are wanting knitting patterns (not crochet).

If so, have a look here:

http://www.knittingpatterncentral.co...ls_clothes.php
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TY so much! Yeah I'm looking for Knitting patterns not crochet. I'll check out the link asap!
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YW. You should actually explore their entire site. They have everything from pullovers and cardis for men and women to children's clothing to scarves, hats, mittens and stoles. Afghans and Blankets as well. They have hundreds of patterns. All free.
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Hi,
Just cruisin through and saw your question. I have four daughters so I've made a lot of doll clothes There are several excellent sites that have reborn doll clothes patterns, I'm not sure how to post a link but if you google you will find them.
shifio doll designs
dashele designs
cute n cuddly designs
kadie jade designs
babydoll handknit designs
These should give you lots of ideas, I've made some beautiful baby gifts from shifio designs and handknit babydoll designs. The sizes range from 3" dolls to 0-3 month old babies.
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