Sewing Patterns

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  1. LothBlog» Blog Archive » Moira Bea: Fashion Star

    […] The flared pants pattern at Puchi Collective rocks my […]

  2. Empire Dress – tutorial |

    […] Cris Resolvi postar um mini-tutorial que fiz para uma amiga, do molde disponibilizado no site Puchi Collective, o famoso Empire […]

  3. Tutorial – Empire Dress « Cris Shida

    […] – Empire Dress Resolvi postar um mini-tutorial do molde disponibilizado no site Puchi Collective, o famoso Empire […]

  4. Tutorial – Empire Dress « Cris Shida

    […] world! Resolvi postar um mini-tutorial, do molde disponibilizado no site Puchi Collective, o famoso Empire […]

  5. – Patterns and Articles on Crocheting, Knitting, Jewellery Design » Dolly Sewing (Empire-Waisted Dresses!)

    […] Pattern from: Puchi Collective […]

  6. Susan Shilling

    I wish you could fix the pattern links. When you click on the A-line dress you get the A-line jumper dress. A link to the A-line simple dress doesn’t exist.

  7. Melissa

    Thanks for the heads up, Susan, In the meantime, here is the pattern

  8. » Blog Archive » Pullip Resources

    […] pattern pages: Patterns at PuchiCollective (sewing – for Blythe, but they seem to fit Pullips too) Sticka till Barbie (“Knit for […]

  9. Empire Dress | Blog Cris Shida

    […] on 16/06/2009 by Cris Shida Resolvi postar um mini-tutorial, do molde disponibilizado no site Puchi Collective, o famoso Empire […]

  10. Lorraine

    Hi there,

    I have a question about the actual size of the pattern (the picture you see). For example the A-line jumber – it says on the left side the length of the dress should be 4,25″.

    Should i enlarge the picture till it’s 4,25″ or should i print out normally and lengthen the dress till it’s the right length? Because if you enlarge the picture the whole dress is going to be larger. So i’m not sure what is meant exactly.

    I’m a first time “sewer” so bear with me LOL


  11. Jen

    Lorraine, the pattern needs to be printed out at the right size, so if you print it and the line doesn’t measure 4.25″, you’ll need to fix it. Usually printing it with page scaling set to “none” does the trick. If you just lengthen the one side the pattern will not fit. That line with 4.25″ on it is your printing guide so that you know the pattern is printed at the right size when you measure it and it’s exact.

  12. Lorraine

    Hi Jen,

    Sorry for my late reply 😀 I think i’m going to try and set the page scaling and see if that helps. I don’t know what it was on before..i hope it helps!! Well now i know that that line is important LOL. Thanks a lot for your help!! Hope it works!


  13. Denise

    The Blythe t-shirt pattern works well for Strawberina, too. Strawberinas are about the size of a Lati Yellow SP.

  14. Blythe Crafts « Blythopia

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  15. AFRIKA

    gracias por poner patrones y tutoriales

  16. Nobody likes A Ginger

    Can somebody send a letter to Takara. Telling them to make Retro Mana Encore! I had people telling me They bought two and they had cracks. Hopefully someone can pass this on to the creators. And put her in simpler box for God sake.

  17. ¡Un mundo por descubrir! | Sewing & Unpicking

    […] El blog se llama Puchicollective y lo más importante para mi ha sido descubrir el apartado de “sewing patterns”. Aquí podréis descargar unos patrones que yo llamaría bases. Con ellos podéis realizar las […]

  18. Gauche Alchemy » Dress-Up Dollies, Gauche-Style

    […] dress is based on a pattern from Puchi Collective and made of the versatile Ouchless Cardboard that is really making the rounds on this runway, this […]

  19. September! Blythetember? « tweetheart

    […] doll clothes. The dresses! The jeans! Lordy how cute are the flared jeans? I used the pattern from Puchi Collective. I’ve also made the Party Dress and the Empire Dress, and the A-line dress […]

  20. Dress Me Up and Sit Down « Blythilicious

    […] (you have some great patterns on this blog) […]

  21. Sewing for Blythe dolls « accidentlykellystreet

    […] with what I found available for free.  The two most useful sites I found were xoxoBlythe and PuchiCollective.  Just be really careful that you are printing the patterns to scale – I had to print […]

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    […] 以下のサイトがおすすめです。 puchicollective(海外) No ブライス専用の型紙を入手出来ます。 […]

  23. Amelia

    Hi, I’m not sure where to ask so I’ll ask here, I got my Blythe Orange and Spice, and after a few hours of having here underwear on her legs are already stained! Do anyone know how to remove leg/arm stains? Should I make shorts to cover up the stains + prevent more or is there a way to remove and prevent?

    1. Eleanor

      i have the same problem! my orange and spice arrived yesterday and has a stain on her arm from her coat. now im going to have to send her back to japan at my own expense (£20) for a replacement 🙁 did you figure out a way to sort it?

      1. Amelia

        I just made new underwear to stop the legs staining further and I’m thinking about bathing her.


    thank you so much for these patterns. you are so very generous to share them! i am not a fan of blythe, but i have other dolls that they will fit well! i appreciate these patterns, and you, more than you know!!

    thanks for being one of the “good guys” left in the world!!

  25. Amelia


    I think you can bathe the dolls. And if you can’t bathe their heads then at least you must be able to bathe just their body. I’m going to try this hopefully it works!

  26. jamicha

    Hi! Uhm, do you think these would fit Pullips? Thank you!! “)

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    A lot of useful information here. I’m sending it to a few friends and also sharing in myspace.
    And naturally, thanks for your great writing!

  28. Michelle

    Love the patterns! Thanks for a great site.

  29. Ana

    Sólo veo un patrón. ¿No hay más?


    It is not my first time to go to see this website, i am browsing this web page dailly and
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