The second option is to print out patterns for doll clothes using a home printer. Some designs are obtainable for free. You simply download them from the net and then print them off at home. To get some patterns, you will need to pay for the download, that way you won't have to wait for the pattern to ship. The only drawback to printing your own pattern is the paper. Many seamstresses are used to working with the thinner paper normally used in pattern-making. It is harder to pin the fabric to the heavier patterns. Then you could always buy tissue paper made for pattern-making and use the printed pieces only as guides. One detriment to printing out patterns for doll clothing is that they won't be as accurate. The preciseness will also differ depending on the quality of your printer.
The last choice is to design your own pattern. To do that take all of the doll's measurements and using her body as a type of dress dummy. Regardless of the option you choose when selecting patterns for doll clothing, it is always wise to check the size on the individual dolls before proceding to the final stitches. Working with dolls is easier in that aspect. You have no difficulty getting them to stand still.