This is a really fantastic FREE Rag Doll sewing pattern that the designer, Amber from Crazy Little Projects, made following her being contacted by a wonderful agency called Enchanted Makeovers. They asked Amber to work with them to make Women’s and Children’s Shelters a more welcoming place for the little ones there. They asked Amber if she could design free doll patterns and have readers sew those dolls for the children who come to the shelters. Amber jumped at that opportunity to help out.
Amber describes her Rag Doll project as – a good beginner sewing project that’s not too hard. It might even be something fun to have the kiddos sew themselves (with your help).
You can sew one of these super cute Rag Dolls for your own little ones, or give them away as gifts. Or as Amber says – if you don’t have any little girls or if you just want to do something good for the world-sew one (or ten) of these dolls up and send it to Enchanted Makeovers and they will give it to a child that comes to a shelter. A child who needs a hug. Their address is Enchanted Makeovers, 12663 Hipp St, Taylor, MI 48180.
What you will need to make a Rag Doll:-
About 1/4 yard (less really) of your flesh color. If you are making these dolls to donate, please remember that kids come in all varieties, so let’s vary what flesh colors and hair colors and hairstyles we use. Make them all different and unique.
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