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  1. Pete Penguin and Little Petey - Cloth Animal Doll Sewing Pattern by Judi Ward
    Pete Penguin and Little Petey - Cloth Animal Doll Sewing Pattern by Judi Ward
    $6.00

    Pete and Little Petey are a cute, decorative addition for any time of the year. Pete is about 8" tall and Petey 3" tall. Pete is done using a fun, simple "Bent Neck" concept and will be the first of several animals done in a similar way. It is fun and easy! Petey is simply pom poms. This is a beginner/intermediate level project with excellent directions for every step.

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  2. Babyland Rag - Cloth Rag Doll Sewing Pattern by Judi Ward
    Babyland Rag - Cloth Rag Doll Sewing Pattern by Judi Ward
    $16.95

    A REPRODUCTION of Horsman's, Babyland Rag doll from about 1904. 

    Babyland Rag dolls were produced in sizes from 12" to 30". Prior to 1907 they were made with hand painted faces…After 1907 they were made with both lithographed and hand painted faces. In 1912 they stopped making the hand painted face dolls. This doll is about 14" tall and depicts the hand painted face versions. Her clothes are designed as near as I could tell, from an old Babyland Rag catalog picture, which is in "Cloth Dolls from Ancient to Modern" by Linda Edward. The Babyland Rag pattern is very true to the real dolls construction and has an interesting head/face application, used by a number of "vintage" cloth dollmakers in the late 1800s and early 1900s.

    It is a fun, easy technique that can be done successfully by beginners and advanced dollmakers alike, to produce a truly vintage look cloth doll. The pattern includes 29 pages of instructions, patterns and 2 full sized color faces. Instructions include over 90 step by step color photos.

    Pattern Booklet Printed in Full Color!

    Quality printed Cloth Doll Pattern which we will mailed to you. 

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  3. Violet Pickles and Ruby Buttons - Cloth Rag Doll Sewing Pattern by Judi Ward
    Violet Pickles and Ruby Buttons - Cloth Rag Doll Sewing Pattern by Judi Ward
    $18.95

    The Darling Rag Dolls from the E. J. Taylor story books are now patterns for making cloth dolls, By Permission from E. J. Taylor

    Violet Pickles and Ruby Buttons, the adorable "rag dolls" springing from the pages of E. J. Taylors charming storybooks in the Ivy Cottage series, are now wonderful "rag dolls" for you to make.

    These simple looking dolls are full of spirit and have a cool new head design, with faces that can be embroidered before or after sewing the dolls up.

    They are 18" to 21" tall, depending on fabrics and stuffing and can be size up by 125% for the original size dolls which were about 27" tall.

    Over 100 Color Pictures, 22 pages of instructions plus 6 (11"x17") pattern pages!

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  4. Wooden Doll Reproduction In Cloth - Cloth Doll Sewing Pattern by Judi Ward
    Wooden Doll Reproduction In Cloth - Cloth Doll Sewing Pattern by Judi Ward
    $23.90

    Learn the painting techniques that make stuffed fabric look like carved wood
    on this wonderful 21" reproduction stump doll. The Supplement Pattern includes
    instructions for making a beautiful and versatile unpainted version that has
    a breast plate. Full color patterns include 125 photos.

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  5. Secret Keeper - Cloth Stump Doll Sewing Pattern by Julie McCullough
    Secret Keeper - Cloth Stump Doll Sewing Pattern by Julie McCullough
    $10.00

    Versatile 12" stump doll that can become an endless variety of characters.She can be made as a peddler, Mrs. Santa, Gypsy, witch or whatever SHE decides! Needle sculptured faces, bendable hands with simple stump body. Great for those glitzy fabrics in your stash!

    This is Julie's favorite doll to make, and they are never the same twice.

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  6. African Queen - Cloth Doll Sewing Pattern by Julie McCullough
    African Queen - Cloth Doll Sewing Pattern by Julie McCullough
    $10.00

    Use your ethnic fabrics and trims to adorn this elegant 22" doll built on a wooden base.

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  7. The Mad Hatter - Cloth Doll Sewing Pattern by Julie McCullough
    The Mad Hatter - Cloth Doll Sewing Pattern by Julie McCullough
    $10.00

    You can go a little mad with your fabric choices for this marvelous 23” interpretation of the famous storybook character with gently sculpted features and stuffed hair.

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