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Little Red


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  • Hand Sewing

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THIS LISTING IS FOR THE DIGITAL PATTERN ONLY, not a finished doll or a kit. This folktale inspired, fully illustrated 15-page PDF pattern shows you how to make a beautifully detailed 17 inch Red Riding Hood cloth doll that features: - button jointed arms - looped felt braids for hair - removable skirt, slippers, and hooded cloak - felt basket complete with cloth and felt cake for Gramma! Included in this original pattern are color pictures, detailed step-by-step instructions and clear diagrams for every step. This pattern is written for folks who have had some basic sewing and embroidery experience and who are familiar with common sewing terms. Materials used to make the doll are commonly available, including: cottons, wool blend felts, satin or grosgrain ribbon, safety eyes, buttons, poly stuffing and coordinating thread and floss. A combination of machine and some hand sewing are used. This pattern is in PDF format on 8.5 x 11 paper, so you can print it from your regular printer at home on standard paper or card stock, as many times as you need for personal use. PLEASE NOTE: This doll is not for children under three, because the buttons and small parts might pose a choking hazard. COTTAGE INDUSTRY SELLERS: If you are a home sewer, YES, it is OK to make and sell items from this pattern as long as you credit me for the pattern in your listing/hangtags. No mass production allowed. Please check my blog for details: This pattern is copyrighted by Larissa Holland, all rights reserved. Do not share, distribute or publish any portion of the pattern. It is unlawful to copy or resell this pattern. Thanks for respecting the copyright! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY This pattern is written for folks who have had some basic sewing and embroidery experience and who are familiar with common sewing terms. A combination of machine and hand sewing is used. You also need to know how to braid. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Finished doll is 17 inches long.

Recommended with this pattern

  • 1/4 yard (or a fat quarter) for body/sleeves, 21 x 9 in. piece oatmeal or tan linen or cotton for skin, scrap of dark cotton for legs, 22 x 9 inch woven cotton for skirt, 5 x 5 inch square for napkin, pieces of wool felt for hair, slippers, eyes, mouth, cloak, cake, and basket.
  • Air soluble marker, fusible interfacing, 6mm black safety eyes, 1/2 inch satin ribbon, 1/2 inch decorative ribbon, scraps of 1/4 inch grosgrain ribbon, three buttons, scrap of elastic cord, coordinating sewing thread and floss, poly stuffing, fabric glue, optional fabric stiffener, and a long doll needle.

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Hi! My name is Larissa Holland and I like to make stuff and drink coffee. I post about my creative life at, and Come visit! I am: A follower of Christ, wife of my hero, SAHM to two zany girlies, home school teacher, graphic designer, paper cutter, sewing junkie, and voracious reader. I'm addicted to all things artsy and craftsy. And coffee. Most of my pattern designs come about from gifts I design and make for my kids or my friends. I love to give handmade things!