Patched and mended, a little worse for wear, but good and happy sheep, sheep who persevere. I made mr. and mrs. lamb from the mr. socks pattern with just a couple little modifications. Their outfits and the satchel are made from the tiny rag doll clothing and wardrobe patterns with modifications detailed here.
The only changes are to the head. I made ears – gray on one side and black on the other – stitched with the right sides together. I left the last half inch open for turning right side out.
I closed the opening, whip stitched around the seam and then stitched the ears to the head. I cut a little circular head cover instead of the pointy mr. socks head cover.
I pinned the head cover in place and stitched over the ears and across the front. I added a tiny bit of stuffing before closing the back so his head would be smooth.
Here they are all sheepified – mrs. has got some seriously happy ears.
Mr. L’s tiny trousers are my favorite part – made from the super easy and free! tiny pants sewing pattern.
The little pants are quick and easy to make and easy to size up or down for other dolls. Find the pattern and tutorial here.
Mr. L sports the always risky pants and scarf but no shirt look.
He is off to wander among the woebegone pines. Find the free pattern for the trees right here. And perhaps some sledding, still sans shirt…
(find the popsicle stick sled diy here)