I recently had the chance to make some Blythe doll clothes for my partner in a craft swap on Craftster. I had big plans for an outfit plus coordinating accessories, including an embroidered headband and a necklace, but alas, I ran out of time, so I just made this skirt and t-shirt. This is my Blythe doll, Bonnie modeling the clothes before I sent them off to Florida.
The t-shirt is from a pattern from Puchi Collective. I just happened to have a brand-new t-shirt I got for free when I bought several cartons of Coke products; the t-shirt was too small for me, which meant it was perfect to cut up for doll clothes! I did several practice shirts, sewn on the machine, but they tended to end up with unpredictable wonky areas, so I sewed this shirt by hand. It's so small it really didn't take long at all. Because Blythe dolls have such gigantic heads, their shirts all open in the back, and close with snaps or velcro. (I used snaps.)
The skirt pattern comes from a website called miseducated. The skirt itself is very simple, so I made it special with applique and embroidery. It is made from wool felt.
I think Bonnie needs an outfit just like this. Now that I know the tricks to making it, maybe I'll make her a few!