Thursday, 18 December 2014

Tabitha a cloth doll

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas around here and I have been doing some Christmas crafting for presents. I was lucky enough to be chosen for pattern testing again from Lisa at biglittle this time for a vintage inspired cloth dolly. Lisa has released this pattern in her Etsy shop. She is a lovely project to complete during these long, cold winter nights gently stitching by the fire. It's a simple project but has lots of elements like the embroidery and clothes. It's not something you could complete in a day it's nice to take time over it but then again it isn't too challenging. You can also make some beautiful clothes for her perhaps to match your child's clothes like I did.
I really enjoyed this project and I love the doll now it is finished. She will be popping out of my little girl's stocking on Christmas Day and I am so excited I am sure she will be an instant hit

If you want to have a go at making this heirloom doll or gift the pattern to a crafty friend you can buy the pattern now with 15% discount until Saturday. You can also have a look at all the other dolls the other pattern testers have made in the flickr group.

Purchase the pattern as a gift for a crafty friend, or make your own Fleur doll for Christmas!
Use the code FLEUR15 at checkout to receive the discount.
Click HERE to get Fleur with 15% off

A fellow pattern tester Aimee from Small Steps Big Noises has made another doll valued at $250 which she is gifting to a deserving child this Christmas!  All you have to do is nominate a child you know to receive this special doll and tell us why. Join in here

Merry Christmas xxx


BigLittle said...

Tabitha is just lovely, your daughter is going to be over the moon! Xx

mrsrobinson said...

Such a beautiful doll... for some reason just love how the nose is stitched, and the placement of those cheery flowers. And the dress! Your little girl is going to be so happy unwrapping this on Christmas Day!

Leanne M said...

She is gorgeous. I love her hair! That little floral detail is very cool too, it's like a tattoo that is her own little secret when she wears clothes.

sustainablemum said...

She is gorgeous. I hope your daughter loves her :)