Hockey Helmet 18" Doll Accessory Pattern

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With just a few supplies and some Craft Foam you can soon have your dolls ready for a hockey match. This helmet is a crafting pattern for a homemade inexpensive helmet that will be perfect for your 18" dolls. Directions are also included for a bonus hockey stick and puck. Let the kids in on the fun with some stickers or markers for decorating with their own special touch. 

This PDF crafting pattern from Koski Kreations is designed to fit 18" dolls such as American Girl®. Never tried crafting foam?  Now's your chance!  It's fun and easy and in no time your doll will have a one of a kind helmet!

Complete the look with the JenAshley Doll Designs Lighting Lamps Hockey Uniform and the Miche Designs Ice Skates patterns.

Recommended Fabrics: Craft Foam

Supplies Needed:
5mm Craft Foam
3mm Craft Foam
Rubber Cement also know as Contact Cement
Heat Gun, Iron or Hot hair dryer.
Utility or Craft knife.
1/4" grosgrain ribbon
3/8" grosgrain ribbon
3/8" parachute clip
Paints, Markers or stickers for Decorating.

Skill Level:  Easy 

What You Get: One 27 page crafting pattern that you digitally download as a PDF file so you can start your project immediately! The PDF crafting pattern provides full color step-by-step illustrated instructions and full size pattern pieces. A PDF reader is required to view and print the files (example: Adobe Reader or Preview for MAC). The download link is received immediately after the transaction is complete. Print copies are NOT available.

Download, Print, Sew!

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Jacqueline S.
United Kingdom United Kingdom

Hockey Helmet

Excellent pattern ....can also be used for a variety of hats ..add a hem if cutting with fabric Add a peak or rim and turn it into caps and hats.

Maureen B.
United States United States

Hockey Helmet

Overall I like this pattern. It does not go together as easily as it looks unless you alter the directions a little.The pieces (1,2,3,and 4) get shaped and glued together to form the helmet. The problem is you are cutting at a 90 degree angle but when gluing together you really want them to be more like a 45 degree angle so that you don’t get gaps. I wish I could include pix. If you are able to cut at an angle it goes together much better. Also I bought a 3.9” (99mm) foam ball to use as a mold. It was the perfect size to stand in for the doll’s head.

Marsha T.
United States United States

Hockey helmet and hockey stick for 28” doll

The pattern and instructions are very easy to use.

Susa F.

Helmet Pattern

Glad to have purchased this item. Worked out really well.


Great pattern

Have not made helmet yet, soon. But I used pattern to make hockey sticks and pucks out of wood. Cut them out on scroll saw, then painted pucks black and glued craft foam on handles. Granddaughter taped the end, just like her stick, soon after she opened the gift.