Crochet a soft and cuddly teddy bear for the little one with this free toy crochet pattern. The bear's eyes and nose are embroidered so there is nothing to pull off.
Learning how to make doll clothes can be so much fun (and a big money-saver too)! In this video you'll learn how to make American Girl Doll sandals from scraps you probably already have at home. These sandals will fit any 18" doll.
This Easy Mop Doll is a great country craft idea. Make it unique by adding beads, ribbons, and bows. This makes a great cuddle toy because it's made of soft material, so babies will love it!
If you're looking for doll clothes patterns to sew, you've come to the right place. This reversible American Girl doll top will fit any 18 inch doll, and you can choose not one but two fabulous fabrics and make the top reversible! How stylish!
Knit a cute sweater to dress up a doll or bear at the holidays or anytime. This is a fun and quick sweater knitting pattern for those learning how to cable.
Create a Reborn Doll from a 20 Berenguer LaBaby Doll. These make for cute baby dolls to play with or even collector's dolls for adults. Once these babies are "born" you will think it's real.
Don't call this little guy ugly! Kids (and childlike adults) will fall in love with this DIY plushie. A Lovable Monster Doll is so easy to make. Use fabric scraps or repurpose and old piece of clothing to create your very own doll.
If you want to learn how to make miniature dolls or bottle brush tree crafts, then this project is for you. These glitter dolls and trees have just enough glitter to make your home sparkle.
Learn how to make a nose and mouth for your teddy bear. Make him come to life by giving him a smile. In six easy steps you will have a new little friend to share. Once you complete the first one, you won't want to stop making them.
Don't just make plain old ice skates for your teddy bear. Add some furry trim to get that extra pizazz. Not only is this good for teddy bear skates, but you can also use this pattern for your doll shoes and bear boots.