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My Anna Doll Soft Sculpture Digital Pattern Download, similar to Cabbage Patch Kids {Download, Print, Sew}

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Made in Ontario, Oregon

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It’s finally here! This is the pattern everyone has been waiting for. I’ve searched high and low for a pattern to make dolls close to Cabbage Patch Kids. I’ve found similar, but not exact, so I drafted my own. I drafted My Anna Doll from an original 16-inch mass-market Cabbage Patch Kid. It has taken me a long time to finish this. With many hours of drafting, sewing, and writing to make it the best it can be, I’ve finally finished it.

What’s in a name? I decided to name my pattern My Anna Doll, partly after my daughter’s name, and partly after my name. I thought it had a nice ring to it. Other names that I threw out there were already taken.

The pattern will come complete with step-by-step color photos, as well as tips and tricks to get the best out of my pattern. I also include how to make 7 hairstyles. The doll pattern is 16 full pages! You can also purchase separately the outfit pattern, which is 18 full pages.

So what are you waiting for? It’s time to get started!

Download, open in pdf viewer, then print at 100%. You will be receiving 3 files: cover page, instructions, and pattern pieces.

*Disclaimer: This listing is in no way affiliated with Original Appalachian Artworks, Jakks Pacific, Xavier Roberts, Babyland General Hospital, PlayAlong, Coleco, Mattel, Hasbro or Cabbage Patch Kids.

    Average review
    I was extremely happy to find this pattern. I already printed it, and viewing this pattern with your instructions, I can tell already, they are fabulous, very clear and thorough. I will make this doll and of course honor your shop in my doll’s descriptions. I will never share or resale the pattern. Thank you very very much.
    Jun 28, 2018 by Renata Gawronski
    Beatiful dolls .Beginner friendly. I'm going to make one or more my grandaughter
    Jan 2, 2018 by Robyn Baldwin