Back in the 1970s there was a pattern for a rag doll in the Golden Hands Encyclopaedia of Crafts which was published in weekly parts. Unfortunately, I have lost my copy in a recent house move. Has anyone a copy of the pattern they could forward to me, as I would like to make it for my young grandchildren.
Lin Davey from UK
I 'm looking for a Golden Hands doll pattern too. I have the doll that I made for my daughter 35 years ago. I am making a pattern from it, but would love to find the original. My doll is about 15" and has a yarn top knot, side curls and and an embroidered face. She looks old fashioned. Does that sound like your doll?
Hello Paula! I am looking for the very same rag doll pattern for my mum as she's lost part of hers in a move too! Any chance you could send us a copy, please? We would be very grateful!
I have just come across your requests for the golden hands rag doll pattern. I have one tucked away and I just wondered if Lin Charlieworm and Paula still wanted a copy?
Thank you Linda! I have only just seen your post when you reply, I'll give you my e-mail so you could maybe post us a copy?
Does anyone remember having seen a pattern for a reversible frog prince? He is approx 12" tall and turns completely inside out through his mouth. A green (obviously) frog on one side and a rather flashy prince (if a bit ugly!!) on the other. I made him about 20 years ago and cannot find the pattern now. I think it might have been a Golden Hands pattern.
She's beautiful! May I have a copy also?
I know it's been a very long time since I've been on here.I still have the pattern if Charlieworm or anyone else was still interested in a copy.It has been well used.
Could I have a copy of this doll pattern please?
I would also love a copy of the Rag Doll pattern, I made several years ago
and would like to make one for the grandchildren.
Add your voice! Click below to comment. ThriftyFun is powered by your wisdom!