Recycled Sisters

from Amy Barickman

Recycled Sisters Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Doll/Doll Clothing

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Pattern Description:

Stuffed toy dolls made from recycled sweaters, dressed in repurposed notions, fabric, floss, buttons, and beads. Use pieces of felted sweaters to create clothing for the toys such as capes and turtlenecks. Vintage hankies make wonderful skirts, as do fabric scraps. The dolls stand approximately 14 1/2" tall. Not intended for children under 3 yrs. of age

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  • One medium to large felted wool sweater for doll front (Felted = washed and dried in machine)
  • One 10" x 13" piece of fabric for doll backing, preferably recycled cotton or wool felt
  • One 3" square piece of white felt for eyes
  • One 2" x 2 1/2" piece of light pink felt for inner ears
  • One 4" x 5" piece of light pink felt for optional face outline piece
  • One 1" square of dark pink or orange felt for nose
  • Black, light pink and dark pink embroidery floss for stitching facial features
  • Two 12" long white pipe cleaners, for arms and legs

About Designer

About Designer

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Indygo Junction Inc., founded by creative entrepreneur Amy Barickman, is an established sewing and crafts business that offers stylish and timeless high-quality patterns and a variety of idea-rich project books. Amy continues to work with artists and designers from around the world to create unique projects, having sold over 2 million books and sewing patterns.

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