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Cloth Doll patterns and clothes

Posted by Acorna (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 9, 02 at 14:21

I am looking for 18 inch cloth doll patterns and clothes. A friend of mine gave me a long legged rabbit the kind that you see all dressed up. Well I made a costume for it and got hooked. I would like to find a pattern to make my own. Could anyone help me in this search.
Thank you

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RE: Cloth Doll patterns and clothes

Simplicity and McCall's used to carry patterns for cloth dolls, as well as separate clothing pieces. Best bet is to check their 'big' catalogs. Wal-Mart and JoAnn's have the catalogs. Both pattern companies have websites, but doubt that they'd show everything they carry on-line. Good luck.

RE: Cloth Doll patterns and clothes

There is a place you can buy patterns, its a cloth doll maker I have found and love to get patterns from. She has books out and personally I think she's one of the best makers in the world. check out her website!

Here is a link that might be useful:

RE: Cloth Doll patterns and clothes

Lillie Mae's has free dolls and clothes patterns. She has a lot on her site:

Free Olde Fashion Primitive Raggedy Ann Doll Patterns * Free Primitive Doll Patterns * Free Rag & Cloth Doll Patterns * Free Country & Folk Art Doll Patterns * Free Vintage Doll Patterns * Free Collector Doll Patterns * Free Primitive & Folk Art Stitchery Patterns * Free Critter Patterns * Free Primitive Lighting Patterns * Free Ornie Patterns * Free Primitive & Folk art Pocket Patterns * Free Holiday & Seasonal Craft Patterns * Free Shelf Sitter Patterns * Free Cloth & Fabric Flower Craft Patterns

All patterns included here are FREE!!! To download to your computer, click on "download" button.

RE: Cloth Doll patterns and clothes

I'd check out ebay and etsy for older patterns. I've bought several recently.

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