Working Wednesday – Blythe


My poor Blythe girls have been sadly neglected. They don’t even have proper names yet (and there is 3 of them when you count my littlest pet shop gal and I do) So I’m planning to make them a better place to live then the small suitcase where they currently reside.

I have also been attempting to make them some more clothing, but I haven’t found a pattern that I just love. I have a handful of badly made & unfinished dresses right now, a few store made doll clothes, and one knit sweater.


I know there are a million amazing Blythe clothes makers out there, but I am some times a very stubborn DIY lady, and I really want to make some myself. Since I am not quite ready to give up, do you have any links you want to share?

Here’s a few that I’d like to try:
Blythe Boater Hat Tutorial
embroidered felt skirt
crocheted Blythe hat pattern

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8 Responses to Working Wednesday – Blythe

  1. Aimee says:

    Find some old skipper clothes, take them apart and build the patterns yourself.

  2. robbie says:

    best blythe hair ever. hands down.

  3. fae says:

    Skipper clothing fits Blythe, and you can get some cute vintage patterns for it on eBay. has some cute patterns, too.

  4. Nicole says:

    If you size up the Puchi Collective A-line dress pattern juuuust a smidge and square the neckline instead of making the little boatneck–like really dramatically square it off the shoulders–I find that it is EXTREMELY CUTE, especially with some buttons at the neck or an added peter pan collar around the bottom of the neckline.

  5. Susana says:

    I have used a few of these patterns below: or but did you know simplicity makes a blythe pattern with a bunch of different variations? your girl is adorable by the way- love her freckles!

  6. Eva Montejano (changisan) says:

    Where can I buy a doll I really liked them.i first saw them on your Instagram and I fell in love

  7. becky farley says:

    oh Olivia and I have some!! I’ll find them and send you links! :)
    Once you start making clothes you won’t stop ;)