Want to make a unique and original sewing project using custom fabric you print yourself? Then, this doll pattern is for you!
Make a unique "paper" doll with some depth: an inkjet printable fabric stuffed doll named Mae. This printable doll is pleasantly round with sweet and simple features, dark hair, and rosy cheeks. The doll comes with a pink gingham dress, coordinating purse, pink belt, and extra flower embellishment. She also has printable coordinating furniture and accessories available to download separately.
Printable Bed: http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/paper-crafts/paper-doll-bed-peach-heart-kit/74170
Doll Quilt & Pillow: http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/paper-crafts/printable-fabric-doll-quilt-kit/74175
The finished doll measures 6 in. H x 3.5 in. W. Treated gently, this DIY toy will withstand hours of indoor play (recommended for ages 5+).
14-page PDF: 1 page doll parts + instructions and sewing guide
Download the PDF printable doll pattern and print the doll and clothing onto inkjet 8.5" x 11" printable fabric sheets (U.S. letter-sized Pabric Soft or Jacquard Cotton Inkjet Fabric Sheets are recommended.)
Follow the included instructions and sewing guide, then sew and stuff the printable fabric doll. This is a fun project for children age 9+ to complete alone, or for younger children to complete with adult help.
To make a traditional paper doll with this pattern, print the doll on cardstock. Cut out the doll front and back, glue wrong sides together, and omit all sewing and stuffing steps. Follow directions for folding the dress and gluing the belt.
Hi, I'm Katie, creator of Eppie Peppercorn Designs. I love arts and crafts and have over 15 years of experience with many artistic mediums. I design printable fabric and paper toy kits. I hope my ...
Hi, I'm Katie, creator of Eppie Peppercorn Designs. I love arts and crafts and have over 15 years of experience with many artistic mediums. I design printable fabric and paper toy kits. I hope my toys inspire a love of sewing, crafting, and creativity by combining old-fashioned handiwork with novel technology! For more info, see my website at www.eppiepeppercorn.weebly.comView all patterns by designer (3) »