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Precious Sheep Doll

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Beginner

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PATTERN DETAILS

This precious sheep doll is very easy to make. Your favorite little girl or boy will love carrying this sweet little doll around (sew ribbon bow under the face for a boy). It is perfect for little hands to hold. The eyes are embroidered and there aren't any attached embellishments which makes it safe for babies (although, babies should always be watched carefully with toys). Ribbon bow is optional. Do not attach bow for a baby or small child. Sample Doll is made from chenille fabric (body), cotton fabric (face, legs, arms and outside ears) and fleece (inside ears). Chenille and fleece are optional - you can use all cotton fabrics for doll. This eight page PDF e-pattern includes full size patterns, a materials list, detailed instructions written in English, and clear step-by-step color photographs. Copyrights protect this pattern from being reproduced in any media format to be resold. Permission is given for the pattern to be used to make and sell the finished dolls. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Use a sewing machine SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS The doll is 14" tall by 17" across with arms outspread.

Supplies Needed

  • Chenille fabric - 10" x 16" rectangle for body (cotton fabric can be substituted for chenille)
  • Light to medium weight cotton stripe/print fabric - 1/4 yard for arms, legs and ears
  • Light to medium weight pink cotton print fabric - 1 1/4" x 2" rectangle for cheek circles

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We are a creative mother/daughter team from the Sunshine State. We're always working on new and unique patterns for you! Mary Ayres has designed all of our patterns. She is a nationally known craft designer and has sold thousands of her original designs to numerous national craft, sewing, and quilting magazines.