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Raggedy Ann

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Category Sewing
Type Toy
Sizing Children
Style Cute
eprice1688 on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? polyester fabric, light fluffy stuffing material that that can be washed. Polyester mix wool for the hair.

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What are you most proud of? The Raggedy Ann is tall enough to use cloth for a 1-year old. So when the girls outgrow their cloth, their doll can wear it easily.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? The eyes and cheeks are colored with textile colors and then ironed-in. The hair takes about 2 skins of thick mix-wool and is sewn into the head part either by hand or by machine. Body and limbs must be well stuffed and the limbs also should be sewn securely to the body part.

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How do I get the pattern

06/11/2011 Flag

Oh, the pattern is about 40 years old but I would be happy to make a copy of the paper pattern and send it to you.

06/11/2011 Flag

Patsy, my email: eprice@gmx.ch send me your postal address and I send you the pattern.

06/11/2011 Flag

The dolls are adorable. I still have my first rag doll, a gift from my big sister and she's 42 years old! This makes me want to create a doll for someone.

07/16/2012 Flag