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Free Cloth Doll Patterns

Updated on November 25, 2012

These free cloth doll patterns will inspire the dollmaker and doll collector alike. Make a little girl a memory, she will never forget the first doll she received from Mom or Grandma.

Some of these patterns include full sized pieces and others need to be enlarged. You'll find patterns for angel dolls, ballerina dolls, cloth dolls, doll pins, and an Indian doll and more.

Rag Dolls
Rag Dolls | Source
Little girls have played with dolls for centuries.
Little girls have played with dolls for centuries. | Source

Cloth and Rag Doll Patterns

Click on the blue links below and be taken to some beautiful doll patterns for you to sew and create.

8" Baby Doll Pattern - This is the cutest little baby doll. She would make a nice doll for a little girls first doll. The site also suggest using her as a party favor for a baby shower. You will need to download the pattern.

The Cloth Doll Connection - Offers a list of links to doll patterns offered free on the internet.

Doku's Open Hobby Base - Free pattern for an Absolute Sweet Cindy Doll in the Scullery. The pattern is an especially pretty one. Also included are instructions for How to Make a Boy Doll. The patterns will need to enlarged.

Dollmaker's Journey - This site offers a long list of doll patterns offered free. All patterns need to be downloaded in PDF format. You'll need Adobe Reader installed on your computer.

Dolly's Donations - The site has a free rag doll tutorial. The pattern is available as a PDF. You'll need Adobe Reader installed on your computer. She says you should feel free to use the pattern for your own children, but she'd also like you to make one for a child in need.

Free Cloth Doll Patterns - This site contains links to free cloth doll patterns from all over the web. The site includes links to tiny dolls, angel dolls, a ballerina doll, and cloth doll patterns.

Free Doll Pattern's on the Web - The site contains a long list of free doll patterns found from sites all over the web.

Judi's Dolls - This site offers free patterns to print with good instructions and illustrations. Included is a Ballerina doll, a Baby doll, Napkin Sisters doll, some cute rabbits and more. You'll like this site.

Nuno Dollmaker - The site offers patterns for free cloth doll patterns that are just adorable. Offered are about 12 different patterns. Besides all of the free cloth doll patterns there are stuffed toy patterns and 2 Santa patterns. You'll need to print-out the patterns. This site is a real find for the dollmaker.


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      Barbara Badder 3 years ago from USA

      erorantes, Thanks. I'm happy you enjoyed the article.

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      Ana Maria Orantes 3 years ago from Miami Florida

      I like your dolls. They are beautiful. Kids like soft materials.And they always want a doll. Thank you for a fantastic hub and the free pattern miss Barbara.

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      Barbara Badder 6 years ago from USA

      kal30314, Thanks for viewing and commenting.

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      kal30314 6 years ago

      Nice Hub!

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      Barbara Badder 6 years ago from USA

      RTalloni, Thanks for viewing and commentin. I'm happy I could help you.

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      RTalloni 6 years ago from the short journey

      So glad to find this resource! Thank you!

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      Barbara Badder 6 years ago from USA

      Moonmaiden, I am happy to be able to provide some doll patterns for you. Thanks for commenting.

      DonnaCosmato, I don't have a little one to make one for this year either, but have a granddaughter that is just a baby that I can make one in the future for. I wish I had the time to make some for little girls in need. Thanks for visiting and voting up.

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      Donna Cosmato 6 years ago from USA

      These are some really nice patterns and all for free, what a bargain! I wish my girl was still little, but I liked the suggestion about making some for those in need. Voted up and shared.

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      Fayme Zelena Harper 6 years ago from Lucerne Valley, CA

      Oh how delightful. I am endlessly fascinated by the making of dolls. Thanks for sharing your info.

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      Barbara Badder 6 years ago from USA

      danielleantosz, Thanks for visiting the hub, and I'm happy I could help you.

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      danielleantosz 6 years ago from Florida

      Awesome! I have wanted to make my two nieces dolls and these sites are perfect!

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      Barbara Badder 6 years ago from USA

      Cardisa, If you know how to sew, you shouldn't have any problems with them. Once you do start making dolls, it is a little addicting. You want to make different faces on each one and make each one a little different. It is fun. Thanks for visiting the hub.

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      Carolee Samuda 6 years ago from Jamaica

      I was wondering if a person who never made these before could follow the patterns and learn, or do I have to know how to make these dolls to be able to follow the patterns?