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I am a stay at home Mom, a Gram to two great boys, and a self taught crafty person. I design and sell craft and doll patterns. I truly believe that being a stay at home woman I am happiest! I am ...

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BreeAnnie Raggedy Doll CFTSY

from Little Craft Cottage
(9) Name: 'Sewing : BreeAnnie Raggedy Doll CFTSY
BreeAnnie Raggedy Doll CFTSY
BreeAnnie Raggedy Doll CFTSY
BreeAnnie Raggedy Doll CFTSY
BreeAnnie Raggedy Doll CFTSY
BreeAnnie Raggedy Doll CFTSY

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • basic sewing machine and hand sewing skills

Pattern Description:

Welcome, here is my Bree Annie Doll pattern. She is an original Little Craft Cottage (c)2008 design.Named after my daughter Breanne. She is about 18" tall. You get complete easy to follow and understand instructions, drawings, and diagrams to make your own Bree Annie Doll. You may sell your finished dolls at craft shows and online. Comes from a smoke free environment. Thank you for shopping with us, we hope to see you again soon.

In the photos are two different BreeAnnie dolls made using this pattern.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • about 18" finished


  • Tea dyed muslin for the body, cotton quilting fabric for her clothes, air erasable marker, permanent markers in black, and red, acrylic paints in white, barn red, and a shoe color to match your dress fabric, 2 buttons 5/8" for eyes, 1/2" buttons to decorate the dress front, embroidery floss to match the buttons, I use bulky wool/mohair yarn only because I sell it on my website, but you can use any kind of yarn you'd like, heavy thread to match the body color, the hair color and eye color, I used crochet thread for the laces on her shoes, polyfill stuffing, stuffing fork or tool, long doll needle.

You Will Also Need:

  • optional glue gun,paint brush, blush for her face

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