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“absolutely adorable, it does piece together small, but I enlarged the pieces and created a larger version. Love her patterns, so easy to make”
I love quick projects and I love simple baby dolls that fit well in little hands. Baby definitely fits the bill! This little doll was designed while I was trying to think of a gift for a dear friend’s twin baby girls. Their names are Ella and Emma and I thought a twin pattern would be great! Not wanting to forget the boys, the twins became triplets with the addition of Ethan (named after my nephew!). Each doll has their own unique style and the directions are divided by each style. Ella wears a frilly sunsuit, Emma is made in a patchwork style and Ethan is wearing flannel pajamas!
The Baby pattern is an easy pattern and very quick to make. She would make a great friend for a boy or girl and is the perfect size for cuddling. It’s also a great pattern to use up all of those scraps you’ve been saving.
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- Cotton fabric 6” x 12” for the body
- Solid color cotton for the head, arms and legs equalling 18”x 22”
- 15” of gathered lace
- Flannel or solid cotton for hair 5” x 12”
- Embroidery floss for facial features
- Polyfil and chopstick or wooden dowel for stuffing
- Scissors, doll needle, pencil, makeup blush
absolutely adorable, it does piece together small, but I enlarged the pieces and created a larger version. Love her patterns, so easy to make
This is another one of my favorite patterns to make. These are the easiest dolls to make. I have made several of these for gifts and they are always a hit! They make great baby shower gifts! My youngest calls her baby her Me-Me because it looks just like her ;)
so cute and so easy to make we made them as a family
A great little pattern, I used this to sew my daughters first birthday present :)
Just loved this pattern!! Was a perfect gift for my little nephews at Christmas time!!
Doll is cute but works up really small. Might want to try cutting OUTSIDE the pattern line for a more size accurate finished product