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“I have sewed 2 of these precious little dolls. They turned out so cute and perfect for small hands of a little baby when a larger doll is to hard for them to manage. Directions are simple and easy to follow.”
The Janey doll is fun and simple to make! Janey is stitched entirely by hand, using a whip stitch around the felt edges, French knots for the cheek dots, stem stitch for the mouth, and blanket stitch for the rick-rack on the dress. Only four pattern shapes are used to make the doll and two for the dress. The doll head-body-arms-legs are all together in one pattern shape – they are not attached separately which can be time consuming and difficult. The finished doll is 6 1/2” tall x 4 1/2” across. Janey is made from scraps of wool felt (acrylic felt can be used but wool or wool blend will be more durable). Enlarge or reduce diagrams/patterns to make Janey different sizes. Safety eyes are used for sample dolls – other options for the eyes are to make them using embroidery, paint or felt.
This seven page PDF e-pattern includes full size patterns to make Janey with two hairstyles and two dress styles; a materials list; detailed instructions written in English; and clear step-by-step photos.
Copyrights protect this pattern from being reproduced in any media format to be resold. Permission is given for the pattern to be used to make and sell finished items in limited quantities.
Felt scraps – flesh, light pink for cheeks, hair color, dress color (7” x 12” is the maximum size needed) Polyester fiberfill stuffing
Safety eyes – two 6mm black
Medium rick rack – one 7” piece for dress
1/4” Ribbon – 7” length for hair bow
Velcro hook & loop fasteners – two 1/4” x 3/4” pieces
Sewing thread/embroidery floss – white floss for cheek dots, bright pink floss for mouth, and colors that match felt (sewing thread or embroidery floss)
Optional fabric glue (Beacon Fabri-Tac permanent adhesive was used for samples)
I have sewed 2 of these precious little dolls. They turned out so cute and perfect for small hands of a little baby when a larger doll is to hard for them to manage. Directions are simple and easy to follow.