PDF Doll Patterns 16 and 12 inch dolls


All Patterns Shown Are For 16 or 12 inch dolls, unless otherwise state, THE NAMES AND INFO WILL BE UNDERNEATH THE PATTERN PICTURES
Please Read all the following instructions on ordering these patterns. You can scroll down this page for the pictures, choose the pattern, make your list and email me, after I confirm I will send you the PDF files.  I accept family and friends paypal only to bvisaya63@yahoo.ca Thank you and I hope to hear from you soon.

Patterns recommended for experienced seamstress, no seam allowances and limited instructions but the fit is good and can be lined using simple lining techniques etc.
It would be good to contact me first with your order so I can be on hand.
Please refer to my blog for finished garment pictures and email me with any questions. Thank you.

Skirt and top with pleats 16 inch only
Shaped Bodice Dress 12 inch only

Wrap Around Skirt 12 inch only

Chanel Style Jacket 12 inch only.

Hooded Jacket with Belt

Double Breasted Wing Jacket

Capes are in 12 inch size only.


Belted Cape


Wing Cape


Notched Collar Cape


Tab Collar Cape


Flared Cape


Shaped Hem Cape


Classic Cape

This new style pattern added to m catalogue under tops features a blouse with pleated detail on the front ending with a flaring hemline collar and short sleeves. A perfect fit with no alteration and can be either  a blouse or a jacket, my version is fully lined and finished with hook and look front closure


Pleated Blouse



Gathered Shoulder top



Ruched Front Skirt



Ruched Front Top



Slash Sleeve Tunic



Tied Cardigan



Pocket Tunic



Angled Hem Tunic

Tailored Blouse only, 5.00 us no instructions

Cuff Sleeve Blouse

HighWaisted Cropped Pants

Long Tunic only

Halter Corset only


Cutaway Sheath This new pdf pattern features a cutaway sheath dress that is easy to make with loads of interchangeable options. In my version I added a mesh overlay and wide border hem. the dress is fully lined and I also added a bias collar to finish the neckline and added a bow to finish. There are bust and waist darts in front and waist darts in back for the perfect fit, I added a back extension to place snaps so the close would look seamless. The original pattern shows a beaded style neckline but the simplicity of the pattern allows room for imagination and finishings, fabric choices etc…I have made this in a Pucci style fabric in the past and to fit to Poppy, I have reduced the pattern by 10% before I printed it out. The pattern is sized for 12 or 16 inch dolls and can be found under dress on my PDF pattern pages.

This Yoke Skirt pattern for 12 or 16 inch dolls, features a yoke band and pleated bottom section with a back closure, the band sits at the natural hip line and there are two darts in the back of the yoke.  For my version I choose to adjust the yoke to fit Poppy`s smaller waistline, I self lined this section, I lined the bottom pleated part  with light weight china silk. repositioned the pleats as I was replicating a similar skirt, attached them together and finished with a snap back closure.
Yoke Skirt

Cropped Jacket


Basque Pleated Skirt

This top features an empire bra bodice construction with flaring bottom skirt and pleated front drape. My version is fully lined with gold-tone chain straps and button and loop back closure. You can find this under tops in my PDF Pattern selections.
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Pleated Top

This easy to make fabulous shift dress has panel inset construction details and front and back yoke bodice. My version is fully lined with button over snap back closure and this style would be great for coloring blocking etc…Look under dresses for this new shift style pattern for 12 or 16 inch doll. Thanks
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Panel Inset Dress

This fresh set uses two new patterns, the top is a wrap style with keyhole design, my version is done in a fine knit and I chose a rhinestone buckle with hook closure and self tie over loop and buttons side closure.
The skirt is a wrap front style with shaped edges, two button accent, waistband and button over snap back closure. Both patterns fit great, easy to make and can be found under tops and bottoms on my PDF pattern pages.
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Wrap keyhole top
Midi Wrap Skirt

This set features two new patterns, a knit top with long sleeves and shaped neckline accented with a gold-tone chain and a midi length skirt with basque construction details and waistband. Both patterns are a great fit, easy to make and can be found under tops and bottoms on my PDF Pattern pages.
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Shaped Neck Top
Midi Basque Skirt

Blue Iris features the gathered dress pattern, my version uses a crinkle fine knit and I have chosen to close only the midriff at the right side with snaps for easy dressing. I have added a self belt to tie at the waistline and a bias tie belt for the bodice gathers and straps. This pattern can be found under dresses in my PDF pattern section and it comes in 12 or 16 inch sizes.
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Gathered Dress

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Knit Dress

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A shorter version of the Fit and Flare skirt with a fuller look.
Petunia Skirt

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Fit and Flare skirt

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Long Trumpet Skirt

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Swing Skirt

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Another new skirt style for my PDF pattern page, a fitted pencil skirt with basque styling and notched V front inset. This style is an excellent fit and I have chosen to edit out the back inset to make it easier to line and place the closer at center back. The skirts you will see me post are a great guide for sewing unique style in miniature, but do require some editing if you prefer to fully lined them. The pattern offers pieces to half line depending on your preference.
Notched Basque Skirt

Two new skirt styles can be found under bottoms on my pattern pages. The first one is a pencil skirt with basque styling and soft front drape detail. The second skirt is a body con style featuring front and back yoke, triangle side insets and top stitching details. I have edited out the waistband on the basque style, I added an inch of hemline to each one, the overall fit is excellent, you may need to just shave down the top waist areas to accommodate the tiny silkstones. I like to do this to the pattern before hand, taking the front and back pieces or side front and side back pieces, and shave off a bit as you come up to the waistline to get a good fit as the skirt comes up over the hip into the waistline. By doing it before hand then adding your seam allowances, you don`t alter the proper fit of the skirt and the over all result is much better.
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Basque Draped skirt

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Body Con skirt

The Corset has an outer drape for those who like a challenge but the overall pattern sections can be used for a lined fitted corset with either a laced up back or snap closure depending on your preference and includes instructions.
The Balloon skirt has 8 file pages consisting of two layers of pieces to create the full balloon effect.
NOTE: I recommend sewing experience for these patterns and at this time offer them for 12 inch size dolls only. Please find these under tops and bottoms on my PDF pattern pages.
Corset 5.00 us includes instructions
Balloon Skirt

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Puff Sleeve Jacket

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This ensemble features a new style pattern for a cropped jacket with ruffling detail at the sleeve and bottom hemlines. Easy to make and needs no alteration for fitting. The fabric shown can be found in my Etsy store and the pattern can be found under jackets in my PDF pattern pages.

Pretty formal wear using a new pattern called Gathered Dress on my PDF pattern page under dresses. I have used the bodice and midriff sections and the Pleated skirt (found under bottoms) and made it a knee length skirt instead of the intended full skirt. This pattern needs to be adjusted to fit the Silkstone or FR waistline and I opted for a back closure instead of side closure. A basic easy pattern that can be lined or unlined and modified and embellished to create many appealing styles.
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Gathered Dress

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Sweetheart Halter Dress

The pattern features a step-in-to ankle length gown with halter style bodice gathered into a midriff placket and straight skirt with front and back dart control. My version is a fine jersey knit for a better drape, I altered the back side edges to fit the Silkstone and Victoire Roux perfectly, chose an S Hook to close the back neck strap and opted for a closed side seam instead of the thigh split. You could adjust the lengths for maxi, midi or use the bodice section with other skirt style, loads of possibilities.
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Maxi Halter Gown

This new pattern features a sleek figure hugging ankle length gown with scoop front neckline, plunging back neckline and cascading back drape from the shoulders. Easy to make with a step-in-to construction for dolls (gown shows a back zipper) and calls for a fine knit that hugs the body and drapes well fitting all the various 12 or 16 inch body types with little or no adjustments. It could be made short or long, or even with a back train, side or back slit etc…My version is cut from an off white jacquard knit, slightly heavier than the fine modal jersey and not quite as stretchy, lending more body to the garment for a better overall result.
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Draped Back Gown

A uniquely style knit top cut from pastel pink fine jersey and features a ruched collar, asymmetrical hem and button and loop front closure.
A challenge but worth it, this design fits perfect for the larger scale and my version has edited out the gathered front with laces and I choose to liquid seam my hems but sew my seams. I hand tacked the ruched collar at the shoulders and used shank buttons and loops to close the front.
I have made this knit top in 12 inch scale with slight editing as well and it worked up great.
This top and pattern are posted to Etsy but the pattern on its own is available under tops on my PDF Pattern page. Thanks
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Ruched Knit top

This blouse is constructed using a new pattern that can be found on my PDF Pattern Page and features a corset style empire bodice with gathered bustline, shaped front placket and facing, stand up collar and sleeves with cuffs. The fit for 16 inch dolls requires no alteration and my version is lined in china silk and finished with a snap front closure. This is a little more of a challenge at the 12 inch scale, but can be done with patience and precise cutting and sewing. I think this works great as a blouse, could be done unlined with finished seams or not, and also a heavier fabric for a jacket style as well. I love the translation of most of the blouse patterns into jackets, and by cutting the front on the fold and opening the back, you get a totally different look.
The skirt is also found on my pattern page and it is a perfect fit at this scale with a dropped waistline and my version is lined, has a back closure instead of a side, I have left off the bottom band that shows with the pattern and closed the back with a snap. The pattern shows a lace finish on the front edge which would look amazing too.
Both patterns are a great look for either size doll and this outfit can be purchased along with the patterns for each piece on my Etsy page. Thanks
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Lace Trim Blouse
Pleated skirt

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This skirt pattern is modern and easy to make with only slight adjustments, making it a versatile pattern for creating many styles. It has a side closure, bottom band, front pleats and sits at the hip for belly button dolls etc…I have changed it a bit to work better for the Silkstone doll body.
My version of the skirt has a back closure instead of a side closure, I have left off the bottom band and closed the front pleats so it sits at the waist instead of the hip as shown in the artist rendering.
The blouse is constructed using the Fitted Blouse pattern found on my PDF pattern page and it shows for either a knit or a woven, the sizing is perfect, and depending on your choice of front closure you would adjust that for each doll.
Both patterns are an excellent guide to creating these similar looks but I recommend at least some sewing experience for the best result and they can be found on my PDF Pattern page.
Pleated Skirt
Fitted Blouse

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This is a new pattern posted to my PDF Pattern page. The dress has a notched center seam bodice with cap sleeves, gathered into a waistband and A line skirt. This style needed very little adjustment to fit Silkstone Barbie, with the exception of extending the back edges to accommodate a snap closing instead of a zipper and adding a 1/2 inch hem allowance for the skirt and 1/4 inch seam allowances for everything else. I also edited out the back walking split on the skirt. I recommend using a cotton fabric to try and to line use the exact pieces cut from lining and a sheath dress lining technique construction.
Dress with Waistband

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Capped sleeve blouse

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Draped blouse

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Doublebreasted Yoke Jacket

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Corbusier Jacket

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Raglan sleeve jacket

Asymmetrical Dress

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Edged blouse

Asymmetrical drape sweater

Yoke Sheath

Three easy to make dress style, orange sari, eggplant tubedress, pink biasbelteddress $8.00 for three 12 inch size only. These versions are fully lined and I altered the ties on orange sari and instead of twisting pink belted added a gold ring. I left the facing off of the eggplant and used a bias cut neck tie.

I have added sleeves to this blouse to make it a jacket. Use your fav three-quarter length sleeve from any Barbie pattern etc.
corset blouse

Gathered Blouse

In my version I have left off the collar, but the original show the collar.
Yoke jacket


Two styles of lingerie, Nightgown and Short Kimono

Two styles of chemises, Flare Chemise and Pleated Chemise

Two styles of lingerie, Bodysuit and Short Pyjamas

Halter Dress
This dress is easy to make, I will show it made up shortly, but I have made it up a few years back and it works great. Knits work best, skimp on your seam allowance for the stretch, but woven fabrics will worn up fine too.

Midriff dress

Cowl neck blouse

Wrap front coat

Slash pocket jacket

Classic suit jacket

Sack Dress

Short sleeve shift dress

Blouse with cuff ties
This jacket is actually a blouse with cuff ties, it is easy to make, has a nice collar and neckline as well as a nice dart placement to nip in the waist but flares at the hemline for full skirts or pants etc…

Empire Duster pattern
This duster is easy to make and features an empire style waistline and double breasted front. My version is fully lined and I have used a three-quarter length on part sleeve and excluded the pockets below the empire waistline.

This pattern starts as a blouse and features a center front seam and shaped neckline. My version is made into a jacket, fully lined and shows a front closure using button and loop and sleeve cuffs. This style is a good fit for Silkstone and Poppy Parker, add a little extra to the front edges for FR dolls.
Zipper front blouse

Pin tunk blouse
This patterns starts as a pink tuck blouse with three-quarter length sleeves and flaring cuffs. My version has a center front seams turning it into a nice jacket and I lined it as well. I put a contrasting fabric to face the sleeve cuffs and used button and loops to close the front. A great fit for all style dolls.

Bolero with collar and Lemongrass bolero
This ensemble features a new style bolero with collar and three-quarter length sleeves. A little harder to make than the Lemongrass bolero, but similar, as you have to sew the collar on, but I like the fit and it can be lined easy as well. I will include both the Lemongrass and bolero with collar for 5.00us.


A set of three purse patterns, in two sizes, Silkstone/FR and FR:16/Tonner.
These are descaled real purse patterns and come with instructions, intermediate challenge, but they have loads of possibilities. The pattern shows lining pieces and with a little imagination the possible finished results would be limitless. These sizes could be interchangeable for both dolls, depending on whether you want the trendy larger bags or a regular size bag for you finished look.
My versions are made up using the smaller size patterns in ultrasuede and cotton fabrics, with nice linings, some prints, some plain. I opted for chain hardware and handles on one of them and using jump rings and end crimps fastened the handles etc…

diamond back sundress
The pattern for this dress is easy to make and it fits perfect with no alteration. My version is done in a fine knit and I have closed the front seam choosing to cut it on the fold, the pattern shows a front opening that would be great for a beach cover up etc…I used silk ribbon for the ties. A wonderful trendy style for FR and this pattern can be found on my pattern page

draped front sheath
This unique sheath has a sleeveless empire bodice, a front drape panel, is easy to make and line and fits with little or no alteration. My version has a dressmakers bow added to the front bustline, a placket on one side at the back for snaps and slimmed the bottom of the skirt from the original pattern.

bias sheath
The updated style sheath is easy to make and line, with raglan style cap sleeves and pleated neckline. A matching belt is tied at the waistline.

Pleated neck dress
The updated style sheath is easy to make and line, with raglan style cap sleeves and pleated neckline. A matching belt is tied at the waistline.

slash front blouse

jacket with gathered collar
This unique jacket fits all dolls perfect, easy to make and line. I used a ribbon for the drawstring, but any fine cord or lace would work. Front closes withe come together edges and I used a shank button and loop for this one.

Princess seam jacket

wrap front shift dress

Offering the Pants with pocket pattern and the skirt with pocket

Pants with pockets /Skirt with pockets
Offering the Pants with pocket pattern and the skirt with pocket

Gather empire sheath only,
This romantic style sheath has a gather empire bodice, easy to make up and fit the dolls without alteration, although for my version I shortened the length by about 1/2″ and added a placket to one side of the back for snap closing giving it a sleeker look. A zipper would work great as well.

pencil skirt with pockets
This spectacular suit was cut from flamingo silk/cotton Kaufman fabric found in my Etsy store and using the Blade jacket pattern and a new pencil skirt with pockets pattern found on my Pattern page. This suit is great to make, I use a different sleeve and cut the side fronts and backs smaller for a closer fit, everything else works up fine.
The skirt is perfect fit, I left out the kick pleat at the back and the waistband for this look. The pattern comes with a waistband and When lining, remember to cut the front lining wider where the pocket would normally be, (the pocket is used only with the main front fabric) I use the back side edge as a guide.

Cowl jumpsuit

Shift dress

cowl dress

Pretty Sweet dress
I used a very fine fabric and fully lined this amazing dress, it is a perfect fit, I put a placket at the back on one side for the closure snaps, but a zipper would finish it nicely as well. Lining is relatively easy with experience. This pattern includes facing for the front and back bodice as well.

Empire style jacket

Audacious dress

This style use the In the City top and the Audacious skit. By adding a waistband to the skirt pattern it becomes a nice side gathered skirt. Instead of using a grommet to put the tie through for closing on the top, I used buttons and loops and used the tie as a belt. You can find these two patterns by scrolling down and for more pictures please click on my Etsy shop in the header.

hooded blouse
This blouse will fit Poppy Parker and Silkstone, cut front edge wider for FR dolls. The hood has darts just at the shoulder, exclude these, human size they work, but at this scale they are tiny and don’t have an impact on the result. The pattern works up great, fairly easy and lining it seems to be the best look for the finished garment.

Gathered front dress

Coat  (belt is not included in the pattern but easy to make. This design has working pockets.)

Three styles of skirts Gin Fiz, In The City and Embroidered

Sleeveless Sheath

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A Line Dress

Jacket with Belt


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Blade jacket

Black Cape

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Hooded Jacket

LemonGrass bolero

Marzipan jacket

Tiffany Suit Jacket

Emerald Essence jacket

top and skirt only $8.00 plus instructions
Gin Fiz top and skirt

skirt and top $8.00us plus instructions
In The City top and skirt

dress only $5.00 plus instructions
Pretty Sweet dress

dress only $5.00us plus instructions
Shadows dress

dress only $5.00 us plus instructions
Bali Bamboo dress

dress only plus instructions $5.00us
Summer Set dress

Audacious dress

52 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Isabel Elias
    Jun 20, 2016 @ 20:22:37

    Dear Nancy
    I love to do clothes to my grandaughter’s Black beautiful Barbie. I had visited this your site many times and I want to buy your patterns and other items. I had not being able to identify how to buy them. I’ll be enchanted to be able to buy the beautiful fabrics that you use to make those spectacular clothes. Please answer me this message and giive me instructions (specifics, because I’m not computer wise) to immediately start to buy from you. Thank you a lot. Isabel Elias
    isaeliast@gmail.com and cel 787-367-7907


  2. Jackie Miller
    May 31, 2016 @ 13:50:52

    I am absolutely envious of your designs and dress you make. Just incredible! I guess I have to work harder! LOL. Just Gorgeous! Thanks for sharing and offering your patterns to us out here. You are so clever!


    • MatisseFashions
      May 31, 2016 @ 14:05:23

      Thank you so much for your kind words, the patterns are so much different than normal patterns and much nicer to use I think. I am glad you follow my blog and enjoy hearing from others about the sewing and dolls. hugs


  3. Jacqueline Cole
    Jan 02, 2016 @ 05:28:13

    Someone in inquired about purchasing “pre-made outfits”. You replied Thank you and “happy sewing!”:) Maybe you answered the question somewhere else. I am not sure. Do you have any pre-made outfits available for purchase? Your designs are beautiful. Your ideas are so inspiring I know I will enjoy putting pieces together. They are so fashionable. I make a collector’s cloth doll and I need stylish outfits for the tweens and adults I create them for. Some of these designs will even go well with my Urban styled dolls. Because so much construction goes into making the doll itself, I am looking for high fashion clothes for my dolls. I am hoping you do have some available or at least you might not mind parting with. Thank you for being sooooo talented., Jacque


    • MatisseFashions
      Jan 17, 2016 @ 19:54:49

      Hi, thanks again, I may have answered to your email, but it misfired back to you. Sorry about that. I usually sew and offer something each day, you will see them pop up on Etsy and you can find the Etsy button on my blog. I do have an outfit posted at this moment. Most come in and out daily, so you could check to see if you are signed up for the alert to any new activity, you do this on my blog, subscribe for notification etc..you can manage this once you subscribe, getting the message by mobile or email etc…
      I hope you will contact me again if you don’t see what you are looking for.
      Thanks again


  4. Dominique Roberta
    Dec 30, 2015 @ 03:31:47

    ola bom dia, quanto fica todos os moldes ?


  5. ericayani
    Dec 23, 2015 @ 23:19:09

    Do you still sell these patterns 4 for $10? Let me know to my email: ericayanina1@yahoo.com. Thanks.


  6. Vicky Miller
    Dec 23, 2015 @ 14:27:04

    I am interested in purchasing a few or maybe all of your patterns. Can you quote me a price for 4 or 10 individual patterns and also for the whole lot please?
    Your work is AMAZING and I am so excited to start decking out my dolls!


  7. Lynn Brauchler
    Aug 30, 2015 @ 11:41:13

    I would like to purchase several patterns, how much are they? Thanks.


  8. Richard Dias
    Jul 28, 2015 @ 08:50:51

    I couldn’t believe my eyes such beautiful dolls are available. Tku


  9. Annabella Marsano de Voltaggio
    Aug 24, 2014 @ 02:56:04

    Wow, this is candy land!. Your work is really amazing. Do your patterns fit Barbie? My daughter will love if it does. We were checking your site and she was mouth open watching all the outfits. We look forward to hear from you soon.
    Congratulations for your exquisite taste and fabulous designs


    • bvisayc556
      Aug 24, 2014 @ 09:45:58

      Thank you for your kind words and yes these are a generic 12 inch or 16 inch pattern and there are no seam or hem allowances so they are easily modified for any 12 inch doll.
      You can use the contact button to email me and the patterns are 4 for 10.00 us, (5.00 selections only) thanks and hope to hear fron you soon.


  10. Kristina Ammons
    Aug 15, 2014 @ 15:06:53

    Hello, I Love your patterns and would like to place a order so I was wondering which ones are on sale right now?
    Thanks, Kristina


    • bvisayc556
      Aug 24, 2014 @ 09:42:51

      Hi, i am sorry for the delag, i was on vacation and all of the 5.00 selections are on sale. You can use the contact button to email me your selections,4 patterns for 10.00us thanks.


  11. Linda Swain
    Jun 21, 2014 @ 19:08:04

    Love your patterns I have a ellowyne doll will they fit her?


    • bvisayc556
      Jun 29, 2014 @ 17:33:14

      HI Linda, going through my comments and returning your one from a few days ago. I think these will fit Ellowyne, they are Tonner sized, but they all need slight modification for waist, bust, hemlines etc…and this is easy as there are no seams of course, so you would add or subtract as needed for the doll, add the seams and hemlines back when cutting out.
      Thanks again


  12. Susan Stovall
    May 31, 2014 @ 09:32:20

    Im very inspired by your patterns and gallery.You really have a talent.thankyou for sharing your designs. Su


    • bvisayc556
      May 31, 2014 @ 09:38:17

      Hi, thank you for visiting and your kind words, I am offering the patterns on sale, 4 for 10.00, selecting from the 5.00 patterns only, email if you need anything. Thanks again. B


  13. Diane Sellers Campbell
    Mar 06, 2014 @ 02:16:43

    Hi! LOVE your patterns! Are you having a sale on them right now? Thank you!!


  14. Christina Davis
    Jan 10, 2014 @ 14:57:04

    How do you order the patterns? Thank you.


    • bvisayc556
      Jan 10, 2014 @ 15:02:57

      HI, you can order the patterns by emailing me your list, I can confirm and I accept paypal, family and friends payments only. There is info on the main pattern page to the right for purchase, printing and use, as well the sewing tutorials on the right of the blog.
      Thanks again and hope to hear from you soon.


  15. Sara Parks
    Jan 08, 2014 @ 01:34:58

    I bought and downloaded my patterns and I just couldn’t be happier. Super easy to download and purchase! I look forward to making beautiful clothes that I like. Plus I love how the examples on the website are styled! Thanks!


    • bvisayc556
      Jan 08, 2014 @ 07:16:25

      Thank you and I would love to see pic when you have them sometime. Please email if you need anything else or you need clarification for the hooded jacket. Enjoy!


  16. Debbie
    Sep 03, 2013 @ 19:56:39

    Is the pattern for the purses included with the pattern sale. I noticed that it has the price of $10 and just wanted to make sure. Thank you for sharing; your talent is simple “AMAZING” !


  17. Sandy D.
    Aug 30, 2013 @ 21:39:29

    Are your patterns 4 for $10 still? Your patterns are really beautiful and I look forword to sewing with them. I have been collecting antique hankies and I think some of your patterns would be very pretty with them.


  18. bvisayc556
    Aug 01, 2013 @ 09:01:14

    THank you and I am not sure of the dimensions of that particular doll, but you could always get them and resize them again as well, making them smaller or larger by percentage etc..they don`t have seam or hem allowances which would make it easy to adjust for the fit. Hope to see you soon and I have some downloads on my blog to try as well. Brenda

    Matisse Fashions https://bvisayc556.wordpress.com/



  19. Kat
    Jul 22, 2013 @ 07:46:40

    Absolutely wonderful wardrobe and fashion sense. Thanks for designing clothes that are tasteful. Two questions – do you sell pre-made wardrobes for Barbies and do you sell some collection of your patterns rather than by the outfit? It’s so nice to see the “fashion” in fashion doll sewing.


  20. bvisayc556
    Jul 19, 2013 @ 10:22:04

    HI and thanks for your comments I just ran across this and not sure if I replied or not. Sorry if not and thank you for your wonderful feedback!! happy sewing.


  21. Constance Lukyn
    May 21, 2013 @ 00:16:54

    I adore your patterns. What level of sewing would I need to sew your PDF patterns with no instuctions?
    Can you suggest where I could get patterns for the floppy brimmed hat, the pill box hat, & many other hats in your photos? They complete the outfits, perfectly.:)


  22. bvisayc556
    May 07, 2013 @ 20:13:04

    Thank you, hope you visit again soon.


  23. Shonna
    May 06, 2013 @ 22:54:42

    You have the most amazing patterns!!! I will soon be sending you my list. I have also just signed up to follow your blog!! Love your clothes!!! Stunning!!!


  24. Kathy
    May 06, 2013 @ 22:28:41

    These are beautiful, so lifelike too! Your work is exquisite!


  25. Laura
    Mar 27, 2013 @ 20:31:53

    I just looked at your line of clothing. All I can say is FABULOUS! I can’t decide which ones I want to try. I am also wanting to make outfits for Ellowye. I believe that she has a smaller bust and hip compared to Tyler. I will get my list together and send it to you soon. I’m not going to look any farther for more patterns. One last thing, I lost my breath when I saw the pink suit.


  26. perfumed1
    Feb 28, 2013 @ 03:39:08

    Does any of your patterns fir deliah noir or ellowyne wilde


    • bvisayc556
      Feb 28, 2013 @ 08:54:50

      Thanks and they are sized for Tyler Wentworth Tonner, but I have fit them to Gene, FR:16 etc… they are great for adjusting as they have no seam allowance or hem allowances, you can add these when you cut or make any adjustments easily, then recopy the pieces etc….as no pattern is ever an exact science for perfect, they do offer a great guide to the construction details that once looks for in good patterns. Please email me at bvisayc556@rogers.com and I can give you a sample pattern to try out.
      thanks again


    • bvisayc556
      Mar 09, 2013 @ 09:17:45

      Hi, sorry for the delay in answering, I am catching up on comment replies. I think most of the 16 inch would fit Ellowyne with a littl adjustment, they are size for Tonner Tyler Wenthworth, but any similar body type might work, you could adjust hemlines and back closures if you have to. Thanks


  27. Stephanie Monday Hampton
    Feb 18, 2013 @ 12:12:29

    hi again, where do you get those tiny little buttons from, they are fab


  28. Stephanie Monday Hampton
    Feb 17, 2013 @ 14:01:18

    hi I have sent £10 via paypal to you and also an email with my list, I am so excited, I just hope that i can do the patterns justice , your outfits are to die for and I too would love to be able to buy the hat patterns


  29. Stephanie Monday Hampton
    Feb 15, 2013 @ 07:58:34

    hi is it still four for $10 if I am in england, paying by paypal or is it 4 for £10, I want some but they are so lovely I just dont know what to pick


  30. Katarina Saviano
    Feb 15, 2013 @ 00:51:06

    Hi, would like to know if yo have patterns of something like the type of Yoke Sheath dress or that white-orange sleeveless sheath dress but with the sleeves for 16″ dolls like sybarite or numina. Thank you Kat


    • bvisayc556
      Feb 15, 2013 @ 09:25:41

      Thank you, yes, the patterns on the PDF pattern page are for 16 inch dolls, Tonner is the doll they are sized for, but you can adjust the hems lengths for other larger dolls. These patterns don’t have seam allowances or hemlines so are easy to make adjustments.
      Thanks again


  31. Nancy Hawkins
    Feb 14, 2013 @ 11:39:47

    do you have patterns for the hats. also if you buys a certain amount of patterns do you get a discount.

    thank you, Nancy Hawkins


    • bvisayc556
      Feb 14, 2013 @ 12:38:48

      Hi Nancy, thankyou, I don`t have any hat patterns and the patterns are four for 10.00 at the moment. Of course if you buy tons of them, (LOL) I can give you a good deal, many do it that way too.
      have a great Valentine`s Day


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