Published today by Thames & Hudson,  I Can Make Dolls Clothes is a compact guide that teaches children aged 7+ to sew mix-and-match dolls’ clothes. By Louise Scott-Smith (former Head of Childrenswear Design at Liberty and Caramel Baby and Child) and Georgia Vaux (talented graphic designer, book designer and art director). 

The book features  actual-size, easy-to-follow patterns and teaches children to make a wide range of stylish clothes. The instructions are super-clear and the illustration can truly inspiring for young girls.

Sewing for children is increasingly popular, and this book is the ideal way to teach the basics of sewing in a hands-on, creative, and fun way.

Learning to sew dolls clothes is often a precursor to learning to sew your own clothes, so this book is great for creativity and hand skills. Faux-fur jacket, A-line skirt, party dress…it’s all in the book, ready for experimentation.

I Can Make Dolls Clothes by Louise Scott-Smith and Georgia Vaux – Thames & Hudson, £9.95.