Harvest Time Blessings

from Homespun from the Heart

Harvest Time Blessings Pattern


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Sewing: Harvest Time Blessings
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details





Skill Level:

intermediate skill level requirement Advanced

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • sew
  • stuff dolls
  • hand embroidery
  • various stitches by hand - whipstitch, blanket stitch

Pattern Description:

Four different finishes in one pattern! This pattern gives you alot of instructions and details including a picture tutorial for making the Pilgrim girl's bonnet; each doll has their own personality as you create them. You can have so much fun, varying different pieces and making these for your shows. These dolls can be left out from September all the way until you are ready for Christmas decorating. People are always asking me for something to decorate with in between Halloween and Christmas and here it is! Instructions include all 4 doll finishes, clothing and acorns and pumpkins. Finished dolls are 14" big.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 14" doll


  • Muslin, 2 yards
  • tea stain
  • 1/2" black matte buttons
  • stuffing, 1 bag +
  • DMC floss: Red, black, brown, ecru and rust
  • Heavy duty crochet thread
  • Calico print fabrics - 1 yard total
  • Cotton batting, small square
  • 2" fringe trim
  • 1/2" twill tape (tan or brown)
  • Craft feathers, size E glass beads
  • Woolfelt or felt: black, brown, gold, patterned, rust, cream,
  • green
  • Small sized sticks for pumpkins and acorns
  • Blush
  • Paints: Barn red and black; sponge brush and stencil brush
  • Thin Black and Thin Brown wool doll hair (available at my website)

You Will Also Need:

  • threads
  • scissors
  • turning tools
  • needles

About Designer

About Designer

HomespunHeart on craftsy.com

I am a work-at-home mom who loves designing new dolls primitive style! My work has been selling online for 10 years and off-line for about 18 years. I love creating new patterns and dolls so you will see lots of new and different things from me. I have a full online website: www.HomespunFromTheHeart.com where I sell finished dolls. Thanks for checking us out!

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