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Humpty Dumpty Cloth Doll Pattern
By Cloth Dolls by Stitch 'N Stuff

  • $7.50
  • 18 inches
  • PDF
  • Beginner

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Humpty Dumpty is a sewing pattern to make an 18 inch cloth doll.  This is basically an easy pattern for the beginning dollmaker to complete, but would also be a fun addition for the more experienced dollmaker's collection.  The face template that is included could easily be used for embroidery if you choose to not paint the face.The pattern includes ideas for varying the clothing as well as a pattern for stockings if you choose not to use striped material for the legs.  Humpty has been designed to sit unaided with the help of poly-pellets for weight.  The poly-pellets are enclosed in a muslin bag so that it is safe for smaller children.Pattern package includes detailed instructions, full size pattern pieces that can be printed on 8.5" x 11" paper; also included is a full color of close-up the face.This pattern is an original design of Cathy Lawrence of Cloth Dolls by Stitch 'N Stuff. You may use our patterns to make items for your personal use or to sell at local craft shows in limited quantities. The only requirement is that you credit Cloth Dolls by Stitch 'N Stuff for the design on your hang tag or any advertising. You may not reproduce this pattern for sale or mass produce products made from this pattern.Due to their nature, patterns CANNOT BE RETURNED for a refund so please take care when ordering. Email Cathy  PRIOR to ordering if you have any questions regarding the pattern. 
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Cloth Dolls by Stitch 'N Stuff

I  have designed cloth dolls, doll patterns and general sewing patterns since 1992 and I have maintained a website (snsdolls.com) where I sell my dolls and patterns since 1995. I have always liked sewing and creating. Dolls are my passion; however, I recently tried my hand at a penny rug type design just for fun and instantly fell in love with the hand-sewing technique. I have already designed two (2) patterns using the buttonhole stitch and many more are on the drawing board. I take pride in using extra care in sewing my items. Most doll clothing is removable; doll dresses are lined and any seams that show are serged. My folk art doll clothes are finished with vintage buttons to complement their outfit. My doll "Liberty" was selected to be photographed for the 2003 Early American Life magazine's "Directory of Traditional American Crafts". My patterns are clearly written, but if you have any problems with any step along the way, feel free to email me. I want your time sewing my patterns to be enjoyable; I will do everything in my power to help you complete your project.Please feel free to email at cathy@snsdolls.com.