Sewing Pattern & Tutorial Russian Doll

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Sewing Pattern & Tutorial Russian Doll Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details




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Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • I designed Russian doll as illustrated pattern for the beginners so it would be easy to stitch.

Pattern Description:

I was inspired by Tone Finnanger and her tildas. My customers love Russian dolls because they are like alive, each of them has own personality and mood.

E-Pattern and Tutorial includes 35 photos, step-by-step instruction, supply list and pattern to complete the doll. I designed Russian doll as illustrated pattern for the beginners so it would be easy to stitch.
Also, this pattern gives detailed instruction in drawing the eyes.

I provide the e-pattern for the dolls of three sizes (6, 8 and 10 in). So, you can create set of three Russian dolls.

E-Pattern and Tutorial will be delivered to you in an email within 24 hours of payment.

File Size: 3.42 Mb 20 Pages

Online help is available, if you have any questions.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 6, 8 or 10 inches


  • time: 2 hours sewing machine Osnaburg (skin color) fabric or muslin fabric (2.5" x 2.5") Two pieces of colorful fabric (7 " x 14") each sewing thread (white, black) scissors polyester fiberfill acrylic paints: black, white, golden brown, coffee bean, sailing sky, ultramarine blue, light cinnamon, brick red (optional colors). pencil small paint brushes white lace white beads other embellishments what do you like

About Designer

About Designer

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My name is Vasilisa.
I was born in North Russia where winters are very long, dark and cold. That environment had an influence on me. I started to handmade early and when I was 5 years old, I knitted my first mittens. Since that time I have been making something by my hands. Art is everything to me. I cannot imagine a life without it.
My first doll was made in December, 2010 for the gift. It ...

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