SweaterDoll

Sewing and embroidery patterns : sweaterdoll kits

Fort Scott, Kansas · 700 Sales

SweaterDoll

Sewing and embroidery patterns : sweaterdoll kits

Fort Scott, Kansas 700 Sales On Etsy since 2012

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Announcement   My other shop: www.rabbithorns.etsy.com. Handmade art and gifts.
My blog: https://sweaterdoll.blogspot.com

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Last updated on Jan 29, 2018

My other shop: www.rabbithorns.etsy.com. Handmade art and gifts.
My blog: https://sweaterdoll.blogspot.com

Allison Dey

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Crochet Hook Case Sewing Pattern PDF

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Hand stitching is an elemental machanism of the story

Where to begin with SweaterDoll? Start with any sewing or embroidery pattern that moves you. Many are suitable for beginners, and I'm just an email away if you need help. If you have never embroidered or need to brush up old skills, Embroidery School, on my blog is a free, fun, and painless learning series with a downloadable sampler.

Hand stitching is my preferred method of construction. I love the peace of it, the silence, the tactile experience. Remember, it's just fabric, and you can push and pull and make it do what you want. Puffs and folds, length and timing are all part of the story of making by hand with simple needle and thread.

With each stitch the story is being written; a finished item is full of surprises and will tell you secrets - mostly about yourself. I wish you a magnificent journey in hand stitching.

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  • Allison Dey

    Owner, Stitchery Pattern Designer

    Atypical, Needle and thread addict, Tea lover, nomad

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Last updated on Dec 28, 2017
Frequently asked questions

Care instructions

Toy safety standards vary from region to region. Please check the infant and child safety requirements in your area before giving or selling a toy made using a SweaterDoll pattern. The patterns adhere to sound safety practices required of soft toys in the US and Australia.

Spot clean or hand wash finished toys and dolls made by me. They are made from cottons, linens, and wool and are filled with Australian wool fleece.

Digital files

All digital files are in PDF format and can be viewed by pdf readers such as Adobe Reader, Apple Preview, Color Sync Utility, or other standard pdf reader.

Copyright and My Patterns

Copyright and use:

By purchasing a pattern, you agree not to share, upload elsewhere, or resell the pattern either as a digital download or printed pattern. You are prohibited from giving or selling any of my patterns to a magazine, blog, or book publisher. You may make items for personal use or to give as gifts or donate to charities. Permission is given to home business or cottage industry. to make and sell items using my patterns. Australian and US craft copyright protects SweaterDoll from unapproved sale of mass-produced items made from these patterns.

Postal insurance

Postal insurance is not automatically included in shipping costs. If you would like insurance added, please let me know and I will add and adjust total price accordingly.

Shipping costs for several items

Shipping charges cover both postage and packaging. If you wish to purchase two or more items, actual costs may be different from the shop calculations. Over-payments will be refunded. If additional payment is required to cover postage, I will contact you to make arrangements for additional payment.