Raggamuffin pdf Pattern

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Raggamuffin pdf Pattern Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Doll/Doll Clothing

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic sewing skills needed

Pattern Description:

This sweet little pattern is based on the classic Raggedy Anne and Andy dolls. Raggamuffins are fairly easy to make and fun to give as gifts! They measure about 7 inches tall.

Pattern includes intructions to make the hand sewn wool felt dolls and their machine sewn fabric outfits.

I have created this pattern with simple, easy to follow instructions and illustrations and it includes a material and supply list.

: Items made using this pattern may be sold in your own shop. Please offer GINGERMELON design credit in any written description.

Mass production, re-sale and distribution of pattern pieces and instructions is expressly prohibited. Thank you.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • They measure about 7 inches tall.


  • 8 inch x 8 inch woven wool felt for body in skin tone
  • 12 inch x 12 inch cotton fabric for dress : 10 inch x 10 inch cotton fabric for pants and suspenders : 5 inch x 5 inch cotton fabric for shirt : Scraps of felt for shoes : 2 inch x 1.5 inch cotton lace for apron : 10 inch piece of double fold bias tape for apron waistband : 10mm or 11mm black 2-holed buttons for eyes : Prim yarn for hair or any wool based yarn

You Will Also Need:

  • Felting needle (optional for needle felting hair onto head) : Embroidery thread : Pink pencil crayon or powder blush makeup for cheeks : Polyfil : Tiny keys, buttons for shoes/suspenders, fabric scraps for bows/patches, ribbon : Felt marker

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Vancouver, Canada
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