It’s super easy to sew a simple felt skirt for your Blythe! This is an easy pattern to try, even if you’ve never sewn or embroidered before. Feel free to download a PDF of the printable pattern here.

DIY Blythe Skirt

You Need

1 piece of felt, approximately 6×4 inches
Embroidery floss in 2-3 colors
Small piece of velcro
Needle
Scissors

Step 1

Print and cut out the skirt pattern, use it to cut a piece of felt the same shape.

Step 2

Embroider a design. Even if you’ve never embroidered before, you can
easily make a pretty design with variations on just one simple stitch. Thread your needle, tie a knot in one end and pull the floss through from the backside. Put your needle back down through the felt again, there you have a Straight stitch! You can trace the flower design onto your skirt with fabric transfer paper, but you might find it easier to just stitch it up freehand. The flower is several Straight stitches in a circle, the center of the flower is Satin stitch, several Straight stitches side by side. For the
vine, make several small Straight stitches in a line, one after the other. This is called a Running stitch.

Step 3

Sew one side of the velcro to each end of the skirt, one on the front and one on the back. Dress up your dolly in your cute new creation!

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About Aimee Ray

Artist, creator, stuff maker; author of Doodle Stitching; lover of nature, Blythe and philosophy.

12 Thoughts on “Sew a Blythe Doll Skirt in Minutes

  1. I’ve heard chattering about this skirt.. Any girls want to show how their own skirts turned out?

  2. How about AFTER the Christmas rush? ;-D It looks so cute!

  3. That sounds like a great time! :wink:

  4. found this while exploring the flickr.. :D

  5. I can’t wait to try this pattern

  6. micbay on 02/13/2010 at 7:58 am said:

    me too i can’t wait ooo

  7. Tyrese on 02/20/2011 at 6:53 pm said:

    i wish i had a blythe doll to do this..
    but i’ll make it anyway! :| :cool:

  8. Maddie on 02/16/2012 at 8:09 pm said:

    Any advice for converting this into a petite Blythe doll size? ;-)

  9. Pingback: Blythe skirt pattern | PinCrafts

  10. jen on 10/28/2012 at 1:09 pm said:

    thanks for posting this, it’s super cute!

  11. Pammipoo on 09/18/2013 at 10:06 am said:

    does the download link still work? I click on it and it takes me to a new page, but nothing happens. this skirt is soooo cute

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