Free Cloth & Rag Doll Patterns - Over 50 designs!
51 of the best free Cloth & Rag Doll Patterns & Tutorials on the web!
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Ruby Doll*
One Red Robin
Charla Anne
Mini Doll
Fashion Dolls
Big Girl Doll
Two-sided Kokeshi
Internet Archive
8-inch Baby Doll
Stitch 'n Stuff
Fancy Nancy Dolls
Judith Prior
Baby Bows Doll
Judi's Dolls
Black Apple Dolls
Martha Stewart
Wide-eyed Wendy
Judi's Dolls
Girl Inspired
Scrap Bag Doll
Fabric Paper Thread
Girl & Boy Fabric
Make It Love It
Sew an assortment of plush cloth dolls with this collection of over fifty free cloth & rag doll patterns & tutorials gathered
from all over the web.

What a wonderful gift a handmade fabric doll would be for that special child in your life (if your doll will be for a small
child or a baby, just remember not to embellish your cloth doll with anything that could come off and become a choking
hazard, like buttons).

Sew your cloth doll from brand new felt or sew a rag doll to use up those smaller scraps of fabric (and scraps of
trimmings like lace and ribbon) you may have leftover from other projects - particularly for the doll's clothing. (And for
the doll's clothing it might be best to stick with either solids or prints that are scaled to the size of the doll. In other
words, a large print on a small doll may not look quite right.)

And one of the simpler rag doll designs might make a fun project for an older child, particularly the hand-sewn dolls (and
even the dolls that call for machine sewing could probably also be sewn by hand).

And for more precise sewing of the small fabric pieces for your fabric doll, you may want to cut your pattern pieces from
stiff cardboard (with no seamline added) instead of from paper. Trace around the cardboard templates onto your fabric
with a fabric marking pen, then draw a second line outside the first as your cutting line. This will give you an exact
seamline to follow when stitching, instead of trying to sew a certain distance from the edge of your fabric.