Dresses, Skirts & Tops for Barbie

Casual Chic Dresses for Barbie

These versatile dresses come in three styles — a short, flirty & flared dress; a longer, slim fitting dress and a short, sporty dress (not shown). All three styles have as many additional options as there are yarns to choose from; this pattern will look quite different when knit in cotton then it does in wool — and very pretty in both. They are designed for all 11 1/2″ fashion dolls, such as Barbie. They snap up the back to make dressing the dolls easier.

The pattern for Casual Chic Dresses for Barbie is available for sale on Ravelry.com.

Faux Pleated Skirts and Tops

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Quick and easy, two styles of skirts and two different tops make for a mix-and-match wardrobe, especially when knit with coordinating colors. The skirts snap in the back and the tops are wide in the neck, making it easier to dress your doll. They are designed for 11 1/2″ fashion dolls, such as Barbie.

The pattern for Faux Pleated Skirts and Tops is available for sale on Ravelry.com.

Daisy Chain Sweater and Skirt

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Fresh for spring, this easy-to-knit cable sweater with optional embroidered flowers has a boat neck for ease in dressing your doll. The skirt is knit flat and snaps in the back.  Any fingering weight cotton or wool is suitable. This pattern is designed for 11 1/2″ fashion dolls, such as Barbie.

The pattern for Daisy Chain Sweater and Skirt is available for sale on Ravelry. com.

Charm Dresses

 

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Romantic and feminine, these tea-length dresses can be made in white for a wedding dress or the color of your choice for a matinee dress. They snap up the back for easy dressing of your doll. The pattern is designed for 11 1/2″ fashion dolls, such as Barbie.

The pattern for Charm Dresses is available for sale on Ravelry.com.

 

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