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My grandma taught me to sew at about 5 years old, and I spent every hot desert summer in her sewing room making everything from air freshener dolls to Barbie prom dresses for the next several years. ...

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Red Riding Hood by Bloom & Barnacle

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(9) Name: 'Sewing : Red Riding Hood by Bloom & Barnacle
Red Riding Hood by Bloom & Barnacle
Red Riding Hood by Bloom & Barnacle
Red Riding Hood by Bloom & Barnacle
Red Riding Hood by Bloom & Barnacle

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic machine sewing skills

Pattern Description:

This listing is for a printable PDF sewing pattern for Bloom & Barnacle's very own Red Riding Hood doll. The file you'll receive includes a step by step tutorial on how to make your very own Red Riding Hood doll, including dress, cape, shoes, a supply list and detailed instructions on how to paint 2 different face types (simple or detailed, detailed is shown.)

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 22" Tall


  • Fabric: Light to mid-weight fabrics such as muslin, quilting cotton, gingham, etc... Doll Body = 1 Yard Dress = 1/3 Yard Cape = 1/3 Yard Shoes = 6" Square of felt

You Will Also Need:

  • Small Button for Cape
  • Embroidery Floss or Thick Thread for button loop on cape and for handsewn doll joints
  • Yarn for Hair
  • Polyester Stuffing
  • Optional:For Long Sleeves- 2 - 2" pieces of 1/4" Bias Tape
  • Optional: Fast Drying Fabric Glue (I like Fabri-Tac,) to attach hair, otherwise you can handsew
  • Disappearing Ink Pen, Tailors Chalk or Pencil
  • Blunt Ended Pointy Stick for Turning and Stuffing (i.e. chopstick, paintbrush handle)
  • Regular 8.5" x 11" printer paper and a printer for printing the pattern
  • Standard sewing equipment
  • For Simple Face: Fabric Paint & Small Paintbrush
  • For Detailed Face: Watercolor Pencils (Any Brand), Water Soluble Pastels (Cretacolor) and Fabric Paint (I use the cheap kind from Michaels), Craft Paint Matte Medium for sealing watercolor (again, cheap kind from Michaels), Brown Fine Point Permanent Marker (I like Pigma Micron) -Most of these are available at your local craft or art store, all are available online at www.dickblick.com