Finding great boy doll patterns is like trying to find great patterns for boys. And men. (Extensive, laborious, exhausting, etc.) But they’re out there! Lucky you…I’ve done the searched around and found you the 12 best sewing patterns for boy dolls! I’ve sewn most of these patterns, and own all but one. Most will fit a 15″ or 18″ doll.
Here are my top picks for boy doll patterns!
LJC Trendy T-shirt
This pattern makes a great boy T-shirt with a couple easy modifications. Lengthen the sleeve, straighten side seams. It’s free too. Free is great, especially if you’re poor. Or just cheap. Or both. (I’m both.) I bet even if you love wasting money, you still like free stuff.
LJC Baseball T
Lengthen the sleeves, don’t you think? (Don’t worry, the rest of these patterns can all be used for boy dolls without modifications:)
LJC V-neck T
123 Mulberry Hoodie Dress
Obvi, we would sew the shirt version, not the dress…
Doll Tag Clothing Dress Me Up Neck Attire
Lemieux Doll Boutique Hoodie
Miche Designs Botas
Stacy & Stella Puffer Jacket
123 Mulberry St. Cargo Shorts & Jeans
All the above patterns are available for purchase as pdf downloads at Pixie Faire. No, they don’t pay me. Um, I’d like to get paid. In patterns…lol!
Moving along, here are some commercial patterns that work when sewing boy dolls.
You’ll see these overalls for sale all over Etsy. When this pattern was released for Bitty Twins, doll sewing freaks jumped on it like fat kids on cake. I know I did. Jump on the pattern that is. Although I’m not above jumping on cake either.
This pattern includes simple pajama pants, bib, blanket, booties, and a hat- all can be used for the boy doll.
The drawstring bag, slippers, and gloves and scarf can all work too.
With these patterns, you can create a full wardrobe for a boy doll! Click the image below to see my picks for best free little girls patterns on the web!