My easy to follow, detailed tutorial will show you how to make an adorable Russian doll just like the ones pictured here.
She could be used as a door stop, to prop up some books, as a soft toy for a child, or she could simply sit on a shelf and look pretty! These dolls make great gifts for both the young and old. I made one for myself in colours that co-ordinate with my home decor and have her sitting on a shelf in my kitchen.
• Detailed tutorial with step by step instructions and lots of colour photographs.
• A list of materials required.
• Full size pattern pieces printable on A4 paper.
• Email support if you need any help.
Finished size: 25cm (10") tall
HOW WILL I RECEIVE THE PATTERN?
This is a digital pattern in Portable Document Format (PDF). After you've completed checkout and your payment has been confirmed, you'll be shown a direct link to the Downloads page where you can download the pattern. You will also receive an email from Etsy to tell you when your order is ready to download. This email will go to the address you have on file with Etsy. Don't forget to check your junk mail folder if you don't see the email in your inbox.
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