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Cheeky Craft: Easy Rag Doll

| July 20, 2011 | 12 Comments

Ooooh I saw this cute cute cute Guest Post over at Martha Steward by Emily from Black Apple: A super easy Black Apple Doll. Isn’t she adorable? Check out the tutorial – make sure you watch the video – as the arms and legs do not allow for a seam allowance, whilst the body does.

easy rag doll

Having been a staunch “non sewer” I think I have to now say that I am converted and that I do Sew!

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  1. Rachel says:

    How cute! I made this doll, too, but didn’t realize that there were no seam allowances for the arms & legs. Irritating!!! But it all turned out OK. :)

  2. Red Ted Art says:

    Oooh pleased your doll worked out fine! I guess that is the beauty of this pattern, that each doll turns out individual and fabulous regardless!!!

  3. oh yes, love this doll…..maybe when I finally get my act together sewing wise this will be on list! thanks so much for sharing!

  4. Red Ted Art says:

    PS Peeps: I moved server over the weekend and as part of that lost a number of comments since last Wednesday – so if your comment is missing, I did NOT delete it :-( just gutted that I lost them all!

  5. MJ says:

    Love this! So cute :)

  6. Sarah says:

    Oh! She’s so cute! Great job!

  7. mummiafelice says:

    Awww this is so adorable! Lovely to sit on a little girls bed or shelf!…or just hug! LOL

    Thanks for linking up :)

  8. anna says:

    What a sweet doll! She looks so cuddly and soft.

  9. Naomi says:

    I have to agree with everyone, that is a very cute doll. To anyone who has in fact made it – is it difficult to sew?

  10. Red Ted Art says:

    I class myself as a novice sewer. There were some tricky bits (going round a corner by arms and feet, but found it fine and will make more. I think it is a good project as it doesn’t take too long and you can use fabric left overs!!

  11. Naomi says:

    Thank you for letting me know, I think I’ll try it, let’s hope I don’t stick the needle in my finger though!

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