Did you know there are numerous patterns online that can be had for free? You just download them.
I found a whole bunch here: http://m-sewing.com/patterns-catalog/women/pants/dark-silk-pants.html
. Not all of them are there, but many many are.
Actually, once you've made the basics at least once successfully: shirt, pants, dress, corset, hat, shoes, etc. All you really need after that is just the cutting layout. Many of them are constructed generally the same way
Having realized that, it opens up a gigantic deluge of possibilities. For instance: If you go here... http://www.uri.edu/library/special_collections/COPA/index.php
. And just do a search of their sample database, they quite generously give you the cutting layout for everything, most of the time. It's jaw dropping really. Their database spans a vast dictionary of fashion from the late 1800s, through each decade, including my favorite, the 20s, right up to the very recent 2010. Bless their hearts. It is a subscription service of course, so if you want more information for a particular garment, you can choose from several subscription options all very reasonable, and I may do that if needed.... (Actually, I haven't quite figured out what it is you get with the subscription)
Let me demonstrate how using just a cutting layout, I can make a little pair of pants for a doll without further ado