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Mae Doll - 15 inch

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Author Bit of Whimsy Dolls
Price $10.00
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by Reeves, Yvonne
on February 18th, 2014

“Wonderful doll pattern, easy instructions and great results. This is my first doll pattern and I couldn't be more satisfied. I plan to make several of these dolls, I have lots of ideas for making them exclusive!”

Old Fashioned whimsy meets modern design in this lovely doll any little girl will simply cherish! If you’re looking to give a doll that breaks away from the mainstream plastic-y dolls on the market, in lieu of something sweeter and simpler, Mae would love to come live at your house! 15” in height and totally customizable: hair color, skin color, outfit and features, you can create Mae into the perfect Dollie for your perfect little girl.

Simple step-by-step instruction takes you on the fun journey of doll making! Don’t forget about the John Doll for your little man, too.


Materials needed:
1/4 yard of assorted quilters cotton for shirt and shorts
1/4 yard cotton broadcloth for head, arms and legs
8"x10" piece of wool felt for hair
Elastic for shorts
Small pair of baby socks (optional)
Embroidery Floss

If you ever have a question, you can contact me via email which is provided in the pattern. I love to help!

Four pages of instructions, with three pages of full size pattern pieces and 12 step by step pictures. There are also pictures of several dolls for inspiration.

Copyright

If you sell at craft fairs, go ahead and make as many as you want but please note on your tags that it is made from a Bit of Whimsy Dolls pattern. If you want to sell online you must give Bit of Whimsy Dolls credit for the pattern design. You may only have up to 5 total items made from any combination of my patterns listed at any given time. No mass producing is allowed! Do not use my designs or your interpretation of my designs to create banners, avatars, business cards, etc. Make as many as you want for gift giving!
This pattern is protected by copyright laws and while I do allow for the selling of the finished product for monetary gain, please keep in mind that there are limitations.

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by Reeves, Yvonne
on February 18th, 2014

Wonderful doll pattern, easy instructions and great results. This is my first doll pattern and I couldn't be more satisfied. I plan to make several of these dolls, I have lots of ideas for making them exclusive!

by moll, nancy
on October 11th, 2013

I have made this doll four times and each time I love it so much I have a hard time giving it away! The pattern is great. I did add a little width to the arms and legs so I could have bigger seam allowances. I found that I would have holes in my seams sometimes when I used the given allowances for these small, tight body parts. I ordered quality felt online for the hair. I also lined the front the body (all parts) with fusible fleece to make it less see-through because I used muslin for the body and it seemed too thin. Adding the fleece made the doll nice and firm with no lumps from the stuffing.

by Sharpe, Donna
on July 31st, 2013

My favorite "go-to" doll pattern. I made one for my daughters toy themed basket for the fall festival at school and it made the most money in the silent auction because everyone wanted the doll. I got requests for dolls forever after that.

by Martin, Kathy
on June 21st, 2013

I've made several of these dolls for my grand-daughters. Easy to make and clear instructions.

by Rohlk, Jennifer
on June 21st, 2013

These are one of favorite dolls to make! The instructions are clear and easy to follow. The dolls are just so stinkin' cute! My daughters love the fact that they have dolls to match their hair and eye color.

by Castle, Susan
on May 18th, 2013

Super cute!

by S, Linda
on March 2nd, 2013

This is a very nice pattern. Only thing I don't like is that the head pattern piece is not symmetrical.

by Anderson, Laura
on December 23rd, 2012

Love Love the pattern and my girls absolutely adore the dolls :D

by Painted Butterfly Studio
on November 8th, 2012

So sweet and snuggly, love the turned in toes! This was an easy pattern to use and able to recreate lots of them in a short amount of time.

by Carriles, Deborah
on September 16th, 2012

Great dolly pattern! My girl loves them, I can't tell you how many she has by now!
...Deb

by Broach, Kathleen
on August 10th, 2012

good pattern

by McDowell, Misty
on May 22nd, 2012

I made a Mae doll for my daughter's birthday gift, and she loved it! I was very happy with how it turned instructions were very easy to follow!

by Boda, Aimee
on March 15th, 2012

I love Bit of Whimsy patterns! I have made several of these little sweeties and they are charming! Perfectly charming! I can't wait to make more!

by Lawler, Debbie
on March 9th, 2012

Nice pattern! thanks

by Hillery
on March 2nd, 2012

I love making Mae with a matching quilt for baby gifts. They are always a hit.

Thanks Sarah!
Hillery

by Fowler, Melissa
on February 11th, 2012

This was the second pattern I've made from Bit of Whimsy and I loved it. I made one for a friends daughter and she adored it :)

by Thompson, Janice
on February 5th, 2012

Absolutely gorgeous... quick and easy... my girls have not been able to leave their dolls alone - they both have carried their Mae dolls EVERYWHERE... such a cute and gorgeous handmade and unique dolly!

by rice, elli
on January 29th, 2012

nice simple pattern

by Muscarella, Michelle
on January 22nd, 2012

Very cute and easy to make. I have made 2 for my nieces and a boy one for my nephew (he got it 6 months ago for his 1st bday and to this day, it's still his favorite). My girls have birthdays coming, so they are next :)

by Peppermint Street Boutique
on January 12th, 2012

I've made several Mae dolls--each are different! They're easy to make, and little girls LOVE them!

by seaman, teresa
on January 12th, 2012

came out too small

by Cooley, Belinda
on January 4th, 2012

This pattern is SUPER easy to follow and produces a doll exactly like the photo. I made my girls, ages 15 and 23 ( years NOT months! ;) ) one for Christmas. I used a shirt that belonged to my DAD ( their pawpaw) before he passed away 5 years ago; to make her skirt . Instant family heirloom! I made the hair and eye color to match the girl she was sewn for. Sooooo Cute! Highly recommend this pattern!

by Dena
on September 16th, 2011

I have made three of the Mae dolls and one John doll. Bit of whimsy's patterns are so easy and fun. I love how my dolls turned out!

by M.M.
on August 1st, 2001

I have Mae doll (among others) pattern from Bit of Whimsy Dolls and I have to say that her patterns are sooo cute, very easy to follow (I'm a beginner) and the results are great ! Her Customer Service is Excellent. Here is a link to one of the dolls that I made from this pattern: http://www.flickr.com/photos/nikismami/2560452227/in/set-72157602113712691/

by Laura Pearce
on August 1st, 2001

Very easy to complete and great results on my first try :) Love this pattern!

by Dana
on August 1st, 2001

I just finished my first Mae doll. She's a gift for my daughter who just turned 3 and is giving up her binkys to her baby cousin. Mae will be her gift from her cousin in exchange for the binkys. She's such a sweet doll and very easy to make! I can see our Mae having lots of siblings and friends in the near future! Thanks for such a great pattern! Blessings- Dana

by Melanie Bonnefoux
on August 1st, 2001

I don't really make dolls. So I was slightly hesitant to purchase this pattern, but it was just so darn cute I couldn't resist. I'm so glad I gave in! The instruction were clear, even a beginning can make Mae. The finished product is absolutely adorable. In fact, I made a sample doll last night and my little girl saw her this morning and decided that it was hers. She loves it. This is a great pattern.

by Kelly R
on August 1st, 2001

Super fast and easy to make!!!!! I was very impressed with the easy directions and she turned out so cute!!!!!!!

by Ginger
on August 1st, 2001

This pattern was great! I've never made a doll in my life and this was very easy to make. Clear instructions and great photo steps...I confess, I didn't really read the instructions closely...the pictures were fairly self explanatory. I haven't embroidered in probably 25 years...so my stitching leaves A LOT to be desired! This is a Christmas present for a friends little girl. I hope she likes it.

by Sandra Sellers
on August 1st, 2001

Very easy to make and such cute results. I did find that if I embroidered the faces on before sewing the front and back together that it made it a whole lot easier. My daughter loved her doll and I made one for my niece as well. Instructions easy to understand as well.

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