Silly Baby ITH Rag Doll
Silly Baby ragdoll was inspired by an old puppet sketch from the 1970s. The big eyes and wide grin make silly baby popular with small children. There are no attachments or loose parts, so it’s safe for the little ones. Includes T-shirt ITH pattern and sewn-in panty.
- You can make Silly Baby Ragdoll In-The-Hoop (ITH) of your embroidery machine.
- The finished doll is 13″ tall
- Can be made in 5×7 or 6×10 hoops.
- Includes ITH T-shirt pattern, and stitched on panty design. (no more nakey babies!)
- Even the limbs are attached by the machine with an easy, step-by-step process.
- Can be made for small children, since there are no small parts or attachments that can be pulled off. Even the panties are stitched on.
- Includes 2 faces – one with eyelashes and one without.
- This design comes in one finished size, but can be made in 5×7 or 6×10 hoops. The 5×7 requires one extra hooping and an extra hand-stitched seam. (refer to the photo of design files for reference) Both 5×7 and 6×10 are included in your download.
- PDF Instructions with color photos included. Please note, there are different documents for the 5×7 and 6×10 hoops since the procedures are a bit different.
Skill level: Intermediate (for multiple steps, and length of time to make)
All designs are digital downloads for embroidery machines. Files will be available immediately after purchase on a download page.
PDF documents included in your download:
- Step-by-Step Instructions with photos
- Stitch order guide with file details for each size
- Full size templates that can be used to cut fabrics, or as a makeshift sewing pattern
- License file (defines how many finished products you may sell of this design)
Your downloaded .ZIP file will include multiple machine formats in case you upgrade your machine to a different brand, you’ll still be able to use these designs!
- These 11 formats are included: DST, EXP, HUS, JEF, PEC, PES, SEW, SHV, VIP, VP3, XXX
see photo for stitch counts, design measurements, etc
Video Tutorial is coming soon!
If you need a visual reference before then, you can watch this livestream video where these dolls were being tested.