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11 Inch Fashion Doll Measurements

I thought I would share the measurements of my 11 inch fashion doll because I have a few other projects in the works for her. She is similar in size to Barbie type dolls, but, very likely, not exactly the same. I bought my doll at a big box craft store and according to her packaging she was intended as a doll to have clothes crocheted for her. Since I didn't already have an actual, official Barbie, I thought I would try using her for sewing clothes for. If you use my patterns it might be a good idea to print out the measurements I list below and then take the same measurements on your doll or dolls so that you can compare and adjust as needed.

Measurements

Height - 11 inches
Back, neck to waist - 2 1/4 inches
Front, neck to waist - 2 1/2 inches
Underarm to waist - 1 1/4 inches
Shoulders, across back - 2 1/2 inches

Arm length - 3 1/4 inches
Upper arm circumference - 1 1/4 inches
Lower arm circumference - 1 1/4 inches

Waist - 3 3/4 inches
Chest - 5 1/2 inches
Hips - 5 1/4 inches
Underarm to underarm - 3 inches around front

Waist to ankle - 6 5/8 inches
Inseam - 5 inches
Thigh circumference - 3 1/4 inches
Calf circumference - 2 inches

Head circumference - 4 1/4 inches

To find a dress to make for your fashion doll Look Here.

To find the pattern for the above fashion doll dress Look Here.



Make Clothes for 18 Inch Dolls The most popular dress on the Doll Making Site, The Spring Dress for 18 Inch Dolls, is included as well as 5 other outfits, underwear, and accessories such as jewelry, a bag, a knitted hat and scarf, and the new scrub suit. There are also patterns for slender Magic Attic type dolls as well as full-bodied American Girl dolls and an antique Saucy Walker doll from the 1950's.
If you love 18 inch dolls, and want a collection of patterns for a wardrobe, all in one handy Ebook, this is for you! All these patterns are available on the Doll Making site, but I have brought them all together in one book for ease of finding and using them.

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