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“Turned out beautifully! The little girl loved it as well :)”
If you enjoy sewing why not try making your own Lilly*Blossom Ragdoll with my easy to follow, fully illustrated 21 page PDF sewing pattern. The PDF pattern has full-sized printable pattern pieces to show you how to make a ragdoll, dress, shoes and bag.
Doll is 17 inches when complete.
You can create an heirloom using vintage fabric, the perfect handmade gift for someone special.
This sewing pattern is suitable for anyone who has experience of using a sewing machine and following sewing patterns, I would class this as 'intermediate' The guide has lots of close-up photographs showing you every step of the way, making it easy to follow.
The PDF shows you how to cut out your fabric using the full size templates. How to sew and stuff the doll and create her raggy hair (the most fun part!) Full instructions are included for making her pretty dress with optional lace hem, gathered sleeves and lined bodice. You will also learn how to make her a matching bag and shoes from felt scraps and ribbons.
*Note: These are downloadable instructions and pattern for making a ragdoll. Since it is a download, a window will open to download and when you are signed into your user account at the time of purchase, it will also be located in the "My Library" section of your user account immediately after purchase.
This pattern is for personal use only and must not be copied or reproduced in any format. I am happy for you to sell any handmade ragdolls made from this PDF sewing guide.
Materials needed for one Ragdoll:
•Approximately 110cms x 1m wide cotton sheeting (44” x 39”) perfect for recycling.
•Permanent ink fine nib pens in black & red (or embroidery thread if you prefer)
•Polyester soft toy stuffing 200g (8oz)
•Paper or card for printing pattern pieces.
Plus scraps of felt, ribbon and cord for shoes and bag. Some small poppers (press studs) and ½m/yrd of cotton fabric for the dress.
You will also need some basic sewing equipment such as pins, scissors, fabric marker or pencil, iron and sewing machine.
Turned out beautifully! The little girl loved it as well :)
Enjoyed making this pattern