I can Make

I Can Make Dolls' Clothes

Easy-to-follow patterns to make clothes and accessories for your favourite doll

(Includes Party Dress, Skater Skirt & Faux-fur Jacket - patterns fit all popular 30cm dolls)
  1. Fashion design by Louise Scott-Smith
  2. Graphic design by Georgia Vaux
  • ISBN 9780500650516
  • 20.20 x 15.60 cm
  • Quarter bound with jacket
  • 176pp
  • Illustrated in colour throughout
  • First published 2015

This book teaches children aged 7+ how to make mix-and-match clothes for a standard 30 cm (12 in) plastic doll

I Can Make Dolls' Clothes

‘This week’s must-have’ – Sunday Express
‘With actual-size patterns, super-clear instructions and inspirational illustrations, this book is just the ticket for keeping kids busy – and the results should be very pleasing’– Mumsnet
‘A fashion-forward and fun approach to teaching basic sewing skills and nurturing basic creativity’– Craft Business
‘Beautifully packaged … will undoubtedly be a great addition to any aspiring fashion designer’s collection’– Library Mice
‘A fantastic resource’– Love Sewing
‘Dolls were never this cool when we were little’– Simply Sewing Magazine

Its approach is simple, quick and fun, and the results are extremely stylish. The book includes actual-size patterns for nine garments along with super-clear instructions and illustrations of each step. It also features inspirational photographs of the dolls modelling the finished clothes.

I Can Make Dolls\' Clothes

A section at the back sets out the basics of sewing, including how to thread a needle, do a running stitch and sew on poppers and buttons.

Louise Scott-Smith is a childrenswear designer and former Head of Children’s Wear Design at Liberty of London and at Caramel Baby & Child.
Georgia Vaux is a graphic designer, book designer and art director