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Hi! I'm Jen - a mom of 2 little girls who love their American Girl Dolls. I have so much fun making all sorts of AG doll crafts with my daughters and started this blog to share what we have been creating. I hope you are inspired to make some doll crafts with that special little girl in your life!
Kids - Please get an adult's permission before making any of the crafts on this site! You may need their help for some of the steps.
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Category Archives: 18 inch Doll Clothing and Accessories
Valentines Day will soon be here! Get your dolls all dressed for the occasion with this Hearts Galore Doll Scarf Free Crochet Pattern. Yesterday I shared with you a simple Valentines Day Doll Headband Earwarmer Crochet Pattern. You may have seen a cute heart scarf in the pictures on that post. So today I want to share that pattern with you. Remember the little heart embellishment on the headband earwarmer? Well you are going to be making a … Continue reading
Keep your dolls warm with this cute Valentine Doll Headband Earwarmer crochet pattern. It’s simple enough for a beginning crocheter as long as you know the basics. With Valentines Day quickly approaching, I wanted to share a couple of Valentine’s Day doll crafts with my readers. Over the weekend, I was doing some crocheting for my daughters’ dolls and came up with this Valentine Doll Headband Earwarmer crochet pattern. It is quick and easy to … Continue reading
Today I would like to share with you a free plastic canvas pattern to make doll clothes hangers for all your 18 inch doll clothing. These are quick and easy to make. There is a great video on YouTube showing how to make doll clothes hangers from heavy wire. I tried it but the wire was difficult to twist and I didn’t like that the end of the wire had the potential to snag clothes … Continue reading
I have been on the lookout lately for striped knee socks so I could make a pair of doll tights to go with Emily’s Witch Doll Halloween costume. I finally found a pair at JoAnn’s and they were 60% off! I love finding a good sale! My inspiration for this craft was a post over at Peachy Tuesday by J Hartman that I had pinned a long time ago. 1 pair of adult knee socks … Continue reading
We never seem to have enough doll socks in our house (or shoes for that matter, but that’s a different post!) I have seen several posts floating around about making your own doll socks from adult socks you buy at the dollar store. So I decided to make my own, using this YouTube video as inspiration. It provided a good starting point, but didn’t include measurements, types of socks, etc. So I experimented a bit … Continue reading
If you are searching for an AG Doll Halloween costume this October, you might want to head to your local Build a Bear store. I visited with my daughters this afternoon, and we found the cutest little witch outfit that works perfectly for AG dolls. It comes with the dress, a cape, and a headband with a witch hat attached. Everything fits perfectly except the headband. I found a way around this by carefully cutting … Continue reading
I make a lot of clothes for my daughters’ dolls. If I have enough fabric left over, I like to also make matching hair accessories. With just a small piece of fabric and 15 minutes, you can have a cute matching American Girl doll headband. First cut a piece of fabric 3″ x 10″. I like to use a disappearing ink pen to mark the fabric to make sure it is uniform in size. Turn … Continue reading
As the weather gets colder, your American Girl Doll needs a pretty winter hat to keep her head warm! I came up with this simple free American Girl Doll crochet pattern when I was finishing up a Christmas gift for my youngest daughter. We got her a doll-sized sled and I made a fleece jacket, mittens, and this crocheted hat to go along with it. Made from mostly single crochet, this is a good project … Continue reading