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« on: March 04, 2011 05:19:13 AM »

My niece has asked for an 18 inch Best Friends Club Doll (BFCink) by MGA Entertainment and some clothes.

I have managed to get Katlin doll at a reasonable price here uk from Tesco's.  BUT I can not find clothes sold in UK.  I see that there are some availble in US, but not here.

SOOOO  I am going to make them.  I used to make my barbie clothes, so no big issue.  BUT I don not want to take doll out of box.  I don't want to buy another doll either - though they are quite cute.  I like their size.

I need help as I can not find any patterns anywhere or their "sizes".

Does anyone have any experience of these dolls and their clothes making and could possibly help?

I know there are loads of patterns for the American Doll, but these BFCink dolls are a cross between them and the smaller Barbie!

If no luck then I'll have to wing it with some peasant blouses and elastic waist/tie skirts until the doll is out of the box!

But if someone can help with either patterns or measurements I will be eternally grateful!
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« Reply #1 on: March 07, 2011 08:24:38 AM »

Liberty Jane Patterns has BFCink patterns that are cute and trendy. I haven't tried them yet, but their American Girl patterns are easy to make and have a really nice fit. I imagine their other patterns do as well. They are very professional.

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« Reply #2 on: March 16, 2011 11:16:13 AM »

thank you very much.

this will get me started and give me an idea on size.  Once I have essential doll measurements under my belt I can wing it from there.

Wardrobe pics and doll will be forth coming!
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