This is my interpretation of an old favorite Raggedy Ann. Almost every little girl has had a Raggedy Ann or another raggedy type doll. My doll wasn't a real Raggedy Ann doll but my daughter had an entire collection of Raggedies. When she was two years old, her Dad came home with a Raggedy Ann doll that was actually her size! I still have that doll in the attic.
I have included two other versions of RA's dress for your sewing enjoyment. You will note there are three different sleeves, collars, versions of the apron and three belt options. You may not see her knickers as they do not show in the pictures; but, be assured they are there!
There are NO directions for Raggedy's wig in this pattern. I bought mine on eBay.
This pattern may not be for the beginner as there are no drawings in the instructions; only well-written directions and the usual pattern pieces. If you have the assistance of an experienced seamstress, you will probably be successful.
I have a background in design, dressmaking and tailoring. When my little granddaughter, Sydney, asked for a doll that was 'easy to dress', I pulled out an American Girl catalogue, she selected Kirstin, and I was off and running. So a few years and many patterns later, here I am anxious to share my wares with you.
This pattern is so much fun to make. Please, try it.
The pattern is under full copyright and may not be copied (except for your own use), shared or sold. Garments from this pattern may be made up and sold on a limited basis if credit is give to me, Med Welch of Doll Clothes Patterns by Med1, as designer.