Tutorials: A small primitive doll

8 Apr

Today I found a very cute tutorial of this small doll. using chie nese so i rewrite the text using Google translate and I hope you ‘ll like it.



– a little piece of fabric
– yarn
– cotton
– needle, thread
How to make
Step 1 : Drawing the head and the body to make your pattern, then cut out the fabric as the pattern you ‘ve made. Two pieces of head and the same with the body. After cutting you sew them, remember to leave a little sewing fabric opening to make them full by cotton

Step 2:  Stuffing the cotton in the head and body of the doll, then sewing head and body together


Step 3:  Rolled up a piece of wool, knot at the middle of the roll and then cut out both ends to make hair. Please follow the pictures



Step 4:  Put the hair on the head and make eyes, nose, mouth, pink cheek for the doll.



Step 5 : Sew a little fabric to make doll’s clothing and wear it  for your doll



Now you can see your cute doll. I think it suitable for your children, and may be you can use it as a keychain. Hope you will successful

6 Responses to “Tutorials: A small primitive doll”

  1. ooobop! April 9, 2012 at 1:09 am #

    So cute. Thank you for your translation. I would love to have a go at this! 🙂

  2. Luzma September 14, 2012 at 4:19 am #

    Preciosa, me encanta, gracias por compartirla y felicidades por tan bonito proyecto. Saludos.

    • Evie October 7, 2012 at 5:48 am #

      That is no answer, where is the “Pattern” to make the doll

  3. Evie September 14, 2012 at 6:13 am #

    Where is the pattern to make the doll?


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