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I love sewing and crafts and making things for my kids. I especially love making softie toys and in the last couple of years I have been designing my own softies and writing patterns too. I LOVE ...

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Don't Worry Doll PDF Pattern

from Jody's Crafty Creations
(9) Name: 'Sewing : Don't Worry Doll PDF Pattern
Don't Worry Doll PDF Pattern
Don't Worry Doll PDF Pattern
Don't Worry Doll PDF Pattern
Don't Worry Doll PDF Pattern
Don't Worry Doll PDF Pattern

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic Sewing Skills
  • Basic embroidery skills - backstitch & frenchknot

Pattern Description:

***This is for the PDF Pattern ONLY - Not the finished toy pictured***
*Pattern is an instant Downloadable PDF file (NOT a finished product or Kit)*

This pattern is suitable for a beginner to intermediate sewer. This pattern and instructions will take you through step by step how to make this Don't Worry Doll. It includes full sized templates (on A4 size paper) for the pattern pieces. You will need to download and print out the pattern & cut out the templates.

Make this doll for someone to help keep their worries away! She can be held, hugged and talked to by your little one and has no buttons or hard pieces on her so they could take her to bed with them too. She has words of encouragement embroidered on her body to help your child keep those worries away. She is bright and fun and will help cheer them up. Great to help a child through a difficult time (like a tonsil operation/dental procedure), or for a child that is anxious or worried about something. Helps to reassure them they are loved, and to be strong and happy, smile, believe and never give up, with the words embroidered on her body.

This pattern is designed and produced by Jody Herbert of Jody's Crafty Creations and is copyrighted 2014.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Doll stands approx. 45cm or 18" tall


  • 20cm Linen Fabric (for face & arms)
  • Scraps of different fabrics for body panels (largest panel req. 3" x 14")
  • Spot Fabric for legs (approx. 6" x 14")
  • White fabric for stitchery approx 7" x 13"
  • Lightweight woven interfacing (Vilene H410) for behind stitchery
  • Black fabric for boots approx. 4 1/2" x 14"
  • Polar Fleece fabric for hair approx. 7" x 16"
  • 8ply Acrylic Wool (for piggy tails)

You Will Also Need:

  • General Sewing Supplies
  • Polyester Toyfill
  • Embroidery thread for stitchery & face
  • Crochet Flower for hair (store bought or handmade) or make a felt flower

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