75 FREE Doll Clothes Patterns to Sew (Printable!)

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I enjoy sewing my own doll clothes because they’re quick and easy to sew, don’t require much fabric, and are great stash-busters. Plus, pattern-drafting for doll clothes is fairly simple thanks to dolls’ general lack of curves and the similar dimensions between brands.

That said, I exhausted most of the patterns from my doll clothes pattern books, my Simplicity sewing patterns, and my self-drafted patterns collection when I was sewing doll clothes for my older daughter.

I needed new wardrobe ideas, so I started looking for free doll clothes patterns to sew and assembled this master list!

(Note: I tried to include patterns for all doll sizes. If you want clothes for Barbie dolls, I have a complete list of free Barbie doll clothes patterns to sew.) 

free printable doll clothes patterns

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Free Printable Doll Clothes Patterns to Sew

I’ve split this huge list by type of clothes, so just scroll around to find what you’re looking for!

Standard dimensions for dolls are as follows:

  • 5″-7″ dolls: American Girl Mini, Disney Mini, Stacie Dolls, Dawn Dolls
  • 9″-12″ dolls: Barbie Dolls, Monster High Dolls, Moxie Girls, Bratz Dolls, Liv Dolls, DC Super Hero Girls Dolls, Disney Princess Fashion Dolls, L.O.L Surprise, Rainbow High, Ever After High, Skipper Dolls generic plastic fashion dolls
  • 13″-16″ dolls: Bitty Baby Dolls, WellieWishers, Baby Alive Dolls, Cabbage Patch Kids, Heba Dolls
  • 17″-19″ dolls: American Girl, Australian Girl, Our Generation, Crissy Dolls, Cabbage Patch Kids, Baby Born, Journey Girls, My Life As Dolls, KidKraft Dolls, Maplelea Girls 

Generally, picking patterns within an inch or two of your doll’s size will work for your doll if you can’t find the perfect pattern. 

free doll dress patterns

Undoubtedly, my daughters’ dolls prefer dresses over any other article of doll clothing. So, I’ll start with the free doll dress sewing patterns below that will make you want to get out your sewing machine!

1. Doll Dress Pattern from Ellie & Mac

  • The School Cool Doll pattern is for 15″ and 18″ dolls.
  • The pattern includes four sleeve options and a tunic or dress length and uses knit fabrics. (Knits are faster to sew with my serger and more forgiving with tiny doll clothes sizes and seam allowances!)

2. Shirt, Tunic, and Dress Pattern from Made for Mermaids

  • This pattern is for 14″, 15″, and 18″ dolls.
  • This pattern is also for knits with a hook and loop closure at the back.
  • It has many pattern pieces with several sleeve options and other ways to customize it to fit your doll’s personality.

3. Drawstring Dress from Pixie Faire

  • The drawstring dress is for 18″ dolls.
  • It’s made with a fat quarter of woven fabric and has spaghetti straps.

4. Doll Jumper Pattern from Mamma Can Do It

  • The free pattern is for 18″ dolls.
  • Dolls will need an additional shirt underneath.

5. Short-Sleeve Peasant Dress from Pa County Crafts

  • This peasant dress. is short-sleeved.
  • Cotton peasant dresses are effortless to sew for beginner sewers and kids!

6. Sundress Pattern from Sew Crafty Me

  • This easy sundress pattern is for an 18″ doll.
  • This is a straightforward, true beginner doll clothes pattern because it’s made from woven fabrics and has no curved seams or tiny parts.

7. Baby Doll Dress with Matching Headband

free sewing patterns for doll clothes

8. Dolman Ruffle Dress from Doll It Up

9. Doll Party Dress from Fleece Fun

  • This party dress pattern is for 18″ dolls.
  • It uses woven fabric and hook-and-loop fasteners in the back. 
  • It’s also knee-length with short sleeves.

10. Chellywood’s Patterns

  • Chellywood has free patterns for almost any size doll.
  • This site is SO fantastic, especially if you’re looking for patterns for an uncommon doll size, such as 5″-7″, 8″-9″, 12″, and even 28″ dolls!

11. Basic Free Doll Dress Pattern from the Craft Patch Blog

  • This basic doll dress pattern is intended for an American Girl doll.
  • It uses knit fabrics and is easy to sew for beginners thanks to its minimal frill.

12. One-shoulder dress from Sew Adollable

  • This doll pattern is for 18″ dolls and is the cutest!
  • It can be sewn with sequin fabric.

13. Halloween Costume from Sew Adollable

14. Doll Sweetheart Dress from Sew Adollable

15. 5 Dress Options for Mini Dolls from Maridolli

  • These dress patterns are made for 4.5″ mini dolls and include a printable pattern and 5 different styling options. 

16. Easy Dress Pattern from My Cup Overflows

  • This easy dress pattern is for American Girl dolls.
  • It’s sleeveless and perfect for using cotton fabric scraps.

17. Tea Towel Pillowcase Dress from A Little Loveliness

  • Grab this pillowcase dress and use old tea towels to sew your doll a new dress.

18. Dress and Bloomers Pattern from Our Nesting Ground

19. Midi or Maxi Dress from Sew Crafty Me

  • This maxi dress is for 18″ dolls. 
  • It has a tie kneck and sits right below the knee.
  • You can add fringe and other embellishments to dress up this cotton sundress!

20. Basic Sleeveless Dress from All Things With Purpose

free doll shorts and skirts patterns

21. Free Doll Leggings from Artsy Fartsy Mama

22. Doll Tights from Rosie’s Doll Clothes Patterns

23. Doll Socks from Artsy Fartsy Mama

24. Sweater Dress from xoxo Grandma

25. Jogger Pants from Fleece Fun

doll skirts and shorts patterns

Let’s talk doll skirts, shorts, and undies sewing patterns.

26. Cute Doll Skirt from Pixie Faire

27. Doll Shorties from Violette Fields Threads

28. Tiered Skirt from Fleece Fun

29. Paneled Skirt from Peek-a-boo

30. No-Sew Bubble Skirt from Sew Adollable

31. Long Maxi Skirt from Sew Adollable

32. Peplum Skirt from Sew Adollable

33. Shorts Pattern from Sew Adollable

free doll clothes patterns

34. Poodle Skirt from ObSEUSSed

35. Felt Doll Skirt from Oliver + S

36. Doll Undies from Make It & Love It

37. No-Sew Doll Skirt

free doll shirt patterns to sew for DIY doll clothes

38. Free Doll Top Pattern from Violette Field Threads

39. Sleeveless Top from Real Creative Real Organized

40. Long Sleeve Doll Shirt from Peek-a-boo

41. Knit Doll Shirt from Serving Pink Lemonade

42. Doll Shirt from Pixie Faire

  • This free printable shirt pattern is made from knit fabrics and form-fitting for 18″ dolls.
  • It’s sleeveless and has a hook and loop fastener on the back.

43. Pinafore Outfit from Welcome to the Mouse House

  • This pinafore pattern will work for 12″ – 15″ dolls.
  • It has a cute crossover back and is made to be reversible!

44. Ruffled Doll T-Shirt from Treasurie

doll clothes jacket patterns

45. Coat and Hat from Tie Dye Diva

  • The peplum coat and hat pattern is a perfect way to use up scraps of fleece!
  • The hat is a cute beret pattern and will be perfect to sew for our Fancy Nancy doll.

46. Doll Parka from A Pinch of Joy

47. Poncho from AG Doll Play

  • This doll poncho pattern is made from a felt piece and buttons or other decorative additions.
  • This is so easy to make and technically “no-sew”

While most shorts or even peasant dress patterns can double as doll pajamas if you choose the right fabrics, here are some patterns for doll pajamas that you can download also.

48. PJ Pants and Shirt from Read Creations

  • This doll pajama pants pattern and pajama shirt pattern are for Bitty Baby dolls, but you can likely scale the pattern for larger dolls. 
  • They use knit fabrics to create the PJs. 

49. Hospital Gown and Wrist Band from Read Creations

50. Doll Robe from Cabbage Patch Kids Patterns

  • The cuddly robe pattern is for a 17″ doll like the Cabbage Patch Dolls 

51. Doll Pajamas from Heartland Happy

  • These doll pajamas are for 15″ dolls.
  • The shirt is made of knit fabric, and the bottoms are made from a woven fabric like flannel. You could substitute knit for the pants if you prefer.

52. More Doll PJs from All Things With Purpose

  • This free doll PJ pattern is for American Girl dolls and other 18″ dolls.
  • You have to subscribe to the email to download the pattern for free. Otherwise, you can purchase it from her shop.

free doll leotards and swimsuit patterns

53. Swimsuit and Leotard from Peek-a-boo

  • Grab this free swimsuit and leotard pattern for an 18″ doll.
  • It is a simple sleeveless leotard for soft-bodied dolls.
  • You must join Peek-a-boo Pattern’s Facebook group or subscribe to their newsletter.

54. Doll Leotard from My AG Doll Craft

  • The free leotard pattern with sleeves is for an American Girl doll.
  • It uses fold-over elastic and athletic fabric and is a 3/4 sleeve with a scoop back.
  • There’s even an option to add a matching scrunchie for dolls that need that extra accessory for their gymnastics classes!

55. Ice Skating Skirt from My AG Doll Craft

  • You can use this tutorial here to add a skirt over the above leotard for American Girl Dolls

56. Leotoard from My AG Doll Craft

  • Here’s another free leotard pattern for an 18″ doll that doubles as a swimsuit.
  • It also uses fold-over elastic and 4-way stretch fabric, but this leotard pattern is the sleeveless option.

57. Doll Swimsuit from Pixie Faire

58. Another Swimsuit Pattern from Pixie Faire

free doll accessories patterns

59. No-Sew Flip Flops from Sew Adollable

  •  American Girl and other 18″ dolls can have a great summer outing wearing these no-sew flip flops.

60. Doll Belt from Sew Adollable

  • You can also find a tutorial for doll belts from the above site. 

61. Doll Boots from Peek-a-boo

62. Sun Hat from Mamma Can Do It

63. Scarf from American Girl Fan

64. Diapers from Cucicucicoo

65. Another Doll Diaper from Little Abbee

66. Mermaid Costume from Cucicucicoo

67. Doll Purse from Fleece Fun

68. Appletotes & Co. Patterns

69. Face Mask

  • This doll face mask is perfect if your doll wants to be a healthcare professional, like a surgeon!

70. Ear and Neck Warmers from SuzyMStudio

71. Sleeping Bag from A Pinch of Joy

72. Doll Sleeping Bag

  • I sewed this DIY doll sleeping bag in an old fleece jacket.
  • This isn’t a pattern per se but a tutorial to inspire you when upcycling!

73. Toddler and Doll Oven Mitts

74. Doll Chef Set from Daydream Doll Boutique

75. Newsboy Cap from Daydream Doll Boutique

  • This free doll printable PDF pattern for a newsboy cap is a perfect accessory for your 18″ doll!

For more options, check out my extensive list of doll clothes patterns that don’t require sewing that don’t require a sewing machine. Then, check out my round-up of free toddler sewing patterns!


  1. Hi…I recently got the book, My Doll, My Style by Anna Allen and would like to make the Ruffled Tunic Top/Dress (pg. 79) and hoping to find a pattern I can download and print. I’m not good at making my own patterns and would love to make this for my granddaughter.
    I am enjoying your site and subscribed to your newsletter.

    Thank you,
    Sandra Greathouse

    1. Hi! I really love the patterns from that book! (I just finished making a swimsuit for my daughter’s doll.)

      There’s actually an entire online pattern library containing all the associated patterns for My Doll, My Style. The instructions for accessing it should be on page 29 (at least in my edition; page 79 of my book is the “flutter sleeve tunic”) of the book. Once you go to that URL, simply download the pattern, print it, and you’re ready to start sewing!

  2. Wow! Thank you so much! These are exactly what I have looked everywhere for. You are kind and generous to share them with us for free. I so appreciate you!

  3. I sewed many doll clothes for my 2 daughters and 2 granddaughters plus for our local school to sell for certain events, but sadly during a move a few years ago, I gave the patterns away. Now so many patterns run almost $20 each! I have caught a few on sale. Now great grandchildren are being born and thanks to your website and willingness to share, I am able to find patterns. Thank you for being so kind.

  4. Thank you for shortening our search, saving us time! Having children at home, I don’t know how you yourself had time to find all of these sites!

  5. My grandson is getting a 32 inch boy doll for Xmas. Where can I find doll clothes patterns for his doll? What size baby clothes would a 32 inch doll wear?

  6. I looked and looked and couldn’t find any patterns for the smaller Cabbage Patch dolls. Do you have any links and I just missed it?

  7. we are looking for a FREE BOY 18′ patterns for summer shorts and shirts. Can’t seem to find any.

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