tiny rag doll : pdf pattern

(10 customer reviews)


She’s just 5 inches tall and fits in the palm of your hand. Perfect for a doll house or somebody’s pocket. And she has a tiny wardrobe: dress, reversible pinafore apron, bloomers and camisole – all included in the pattern. And there is an always growing collection free accessories and clothing patterns for the tiny rag doll on my blog – you can find those here.
I recommend hand sewing but some seams can be sewn on the machine if you prefer. Fabric notes: The pattern is designed for light cotton. Skill level is beginners and up you will need Adobe Reader (free) to view this pattern. The PDF (downloadable) pattern includes full sized pattern pieces, lots and lots of detailed step-by-step instructions with color photographs (more than 80) a supply and resource lists and there are magic tips for making very small sewing easy.

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10 reviews for tiny rag doll : pdf pattern

  1. Fernanda

    Que hermosas tus muñecas!, muy creativas son…sigue asi!

  2. Zulma Montanez

    Thank you Ann for the overall patter.
    Will try to make the overall in a few days.

    God bless you for your generosity.

  3. Carole (verified owner)

    Loved making this. Was never a doll person, but HAD to make Miss Thistle. She reminds me to slow down and appreciate all the little good things in life.

  4. Felicia Barmettler (verified owner)

    Ann Wood is brilliant and I adore all of her creative items …I just purchased the dolly pattern/kit & pdf and mr socks kitty pattern/kit & pdf also, so I have loads of fun sewing to get started on now! Thank you Ann for such amazing wee inspirations! ❤️

  5. Jamie Fine

    Dear Ann,
    Thanks for the brilliant pattern(s) and your generosity in sharing them. I’ve made 4 of the tiny dolls in different skin tones, and am continuing to create more, with some variations on the dresses and aprons.

  6. Carol Sheehan

    Can’t wait to see this doll and accessories.

  7. Rebecca Moore

    Love this little doll! Will there be Mr. Tiny Rag Doll in the future??

  8. Alison Little (verified owner)

    Clear directions with lots of pictures. Making my first doll was fun and I can tell I’ll be making many more!!

  9. Joan Wiebe (verified owner)

    Love this pattern & I’m ready to sew her now.
    Thank you for so many ideas Ann.
    Takes my mind off serious topics & allow for a “mini” vacation while I am creating!
    Thank you

  10. Maddy (verified owner)

    I would say this is for intermediate sewers. This is not for beginners. I struggled! I threw it away half way through because it looked so awful. Very difficult!

    • annwood (verified owner)

      Hi Maddy,

      I’m so sorry that was your experience. That pattern has been out for years and well received by beginners – hence the classification. I do my best to be accurate.

      And I get that “beginner” can be subjective.

      If you want to send a photo or have specific questions I’m so happy to help.

      Best wishes,


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