This little Prairie Doll was inspired by traditional American rag dolls which originated as
children's toys among the Old Order Amish people. The best-known type have no facial
features. Today, many rag dolls are made to simulate the features of the original
home-made dolls, such as simple features, soft cloth bodies and patchwork clothing.
Designed by Lenna Green
Techniques include: machine construction
Approximate size: 4” x 6 ½” (10cm x 16cm)
PDF Tutorial pattern onlyMake this pretty appliqued sewing pouch to keep your ‘work in progress’ safe and sound. It is an ideal solution for storing sewing bits and pieces or as a travel companion.Approximate size: 9 ½” x 9” (23cm x 25cm)Techniques included: Machine construction,...
PDF Tutorial pattern onlyDisplay this framed hand embroidery in your home to add some floral happiness. Worked in soft hues and easy to master stitches, this dainty project will brighten your day.Approximate size: 5” x 7” (13cm x 18cm)Techniques included: Hand embroideryDesigned by Lenna Green...
PDF Tutorial pattern onlySew this stunning floral appliqued cushion to decorate your home. Master the technique of Broderie Perse which can turn a plain cushion into a striking feature.Approximate size: 17” (43cm) squareTechniques included: Machine construction, machine appliqueDesigned by Janice Kellaway Currency Converter