Felted Raggedy Ann & Andy Dolls

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Felted Raggedy Ann & Andy Dolls Pattern


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Felted Raggedy Ann & Andy Dolls Raggedy Ann & Andy

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Doll/Doll Clothing

Skill Level:

intermediate skill level requirement Advanced

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • You should already know how to, knit in the round using double pointed needles, how to increase & decrease, work short rows, pickup stitches.

Pattern Description:

This pattern was designed by my mom. She established herself as a designer in the early 70's out of necessity to supplement her income. She is now with us only in spirit, but her designs will live on....that was her wish. These dolls were one of her last projects; not bad for an 85 year old woman. I hope you enjoy making Raggedy Ann & Andy as much as she enjoyed creating them.

Happy Knitting


Gauge for clothing: 6 stitches = 1"

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Felted dolls are approximately 16" tall.


  • Cascade 220 Highland Peruvian Wool - worsted and sport weight. One each of pale pink & red, small amounts of black & white, for doll body. 220 sport weight - 1 each of blue, red, and white for clothes.

You Will Also Need:

  • Size 10.5 double point & straight knitting needles, & size 10 double point needles for doll bodies. Size 3 & 5, straight and double points needles for clothes, D crochet hook.
  • For finishing materials you will need. Four 15mm solid black eyes, red & black embroidery thread, fiberfill, stitch holders, tapestry needle, plastic markers, red thread, transparent scotch tape, 3 small red buttons, 2 large white buttons, elastic cord, snaps or hooks & eyes.

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About Designer

About Designer

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My Pattern Store on Craftsy is all about my mom. She had a passion for knitting that spanned decades. Her designing was born of necessity, as she was widowed at 30 with two small boys and a newborn (me) to raise. It just seemed natural for her to take her passion and turn it into a career. She established her business "The Knitting Needle" in the early 70's and continued to design until she was ...

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