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Vintage Handmade Handkerchief Doll

Vintage Handmade Handkerchief Doll
Vintage Handmade Handkerchief Doll
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Do you remember playing with rag dolls as a child? Now you can recreate those cherished moments with these free doll patterns.
This Vintage Handmade Handkerchief Doll is very simple to put together. Check out the tutorial to see what items you already have in your home that you can use to make this adorable craft. These are easy sewing projects for beginners and make lovely vintage decorations for your home. You could also give the doll to your young grandchild so she can have her own "church baby."

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

MaterialsEmbroidery Thread, Fabric

Primary TechniqueSewing


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I can't believe I have found the instructions for making the handkerchief doll and the mop doll. My mammaw made both of these for me when I was a little girl, but I never knew how. Now I can make both and carry on a tradition. Thank you so very much, FaveCrafts!

I forgot all about these handkerchief dolls. I bought one years ago at a craft show and was going to make some for my grand daughter and put it some where and forgot all about it until I saw this picture and tutorial. This is so super easy and so cute. I think we need to reintroduce these for children to take to church and places to keep them occupied. Anyone else think so? Thanks.


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