Boutique Doll Set Sewing Patterns
(or 2 credits)
Sew a boutique set of felt dolls and adorable matching vintage suitcase for hours of fun.
Instant download digital sewing pattern. Includes Felt Dolls and the Vintage Suitcase
• Eight optional hairstyles
• 12 optional RP mini garments
• Four optional shoe styles
• Four optional sizes
• Optional removable insert
• Optional gathered pocket
• Optional quilting detail
• Beginner friendly
• Excellent scrap buster
• The Vintage Suitcase is fully lined and features bound edges and carry handles
• Packed with pro tips and expert advice
• Includes full size, print-at-home pattern pieces
• Includes step-by-step tutorial with photos
• Instant-download digital sewing pattern
Suitable for woven fabric only.
You will also need:
• Thread to match
• Optional embroidery floss
• Optional glass seed buttons
• Sew in hook and loop tape/ Velcro
• Optional fusible webbing
• Optional elastic
• Bias binding/ tape
A serger or overlocker is optional but not required
How do PDF/ digital patterns work? Simply download, print, and sew. You’ll need a free Adobe Acrobat reader program and any home printer (or a nearby copy shop for A0 printing). Once you’ve printed the pieces, tape or glue them together. You’ll find an easy-to-follow how-to guide inside the pattern instructions, plus support in our Facebook group.
The trim-free pattern comes in A4 or US letter printable sizes and includes full pattern pieces and a detailed tutorial to guide you every step of the way. An A0 format (pattern pieces only) is also included should you wish to have your pattern printed professionally. PDF Layers allow you to select and print only the size/s you want/ need.
When will I get my patterns? You’ll receive a link to download your patterns immediately after purchase. If you haven’t received it, please check your spam/ junk folder. You can also find your patterns in your ‘My Account’ area..
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“One of the best parts of this pattern is the potential for customization. My son wanted a doll that looked like one of his aunt’s and I was easily able to fulfil that desire.”
Buy More Credits
Bernadette Aitken –
I do love the finished bag. I made the small and I’ve found it is a lovely size for a beach or picnic bag. I used Peltex stabiliser for the body and foam for the handles. This combination gave great structure, but it probably added to the difficulty I had with the binding. The instructions were easy to follow. I would recommend this pattern to someone who has had some sewing or bag making experience.
Fran Tilden –
There are some tricky bits along the way with this pattern but the end result is worth the extra effort. As with all RP patterns, there are step by step instructions with photos to help you with the whole thing, including the tricky bits.
Debbie Prince –
This is a fantastic bag. Would be great for holidays, picnics, tablet or laptop. Step by step makes it beginner friendly.
Nicole Lueke –
This suitcase is a fun and stylish way to transport whatever you need to tote around. The different sizes make it flexible for various uses, and the pockets/insert area great addition.
Shelley Clark –
This turned out super cute.
Jamie Adler –
An extra small suitcase surprisingly large enough to hold a big book, my Kindle Reader and various accessories! The added insert is definitely the attraction that puts this bag over the top for me. I sewed a large vinyl pouch and 3 smaller pouches. My husband suggested that I need to sew more Vintage Suitcases.😂 He definitely wants one!
Mary Acosta –
Like the vintage suitcase but if i was not an experience seamstress i would have trouble. It is simple the make but with the thickness and curves some may find it a bit hard to control the movement of fabric. Overall I love my suitcase
Heather Luben –
A fun pattern that can be simple, or elaborate, depending on your needs! The pattern for the case itself is simple, though the many layers can make it tricky to execute. The gathered pocket is an easy addition, and the removable insert is great for a more adventurous bag!
Amanda Schildmeier –
I had so much fun creating these mix and match felt dolls with my kids! They loved picking out fabrics to use for the clothing and are playing with them 24/7. They also fit perfectly into the RP dollhouse quiet book!
Laura Walker –
These Felt Dolls are adorable! They are so much fun to make and even more fun to play with. I love the detailed stitches on the clothes which make them very realistic. A fabulous weekend project that creates a fun kids toy that even I want to play with!
Branka Čelić –
Felt dolls is such a fun pattern to make. You can allways add more clothes or shoes or hair to the doll, and you can make as much as you want and in any color you wish.
Vicki Hoggarth-Hall –
Making the felt doll, hairs and clothes was a mindful way to spend a Sunday. The pattern is easy to work with. I used as many bright colours as i could from a stack of felt I’d bought 2 years ago. I never knew what to make with the felt until now. Absolutely fantastic way to use up and smaller pieces of felt you have. There’s plenty of options for clothes. I’m in love with the way the hair slides onto the top of the head. Highly recommended this pattern.
Debbie Prince –
Great little make from felt. Amazing scrap buster for the clothes. Easy to sew by hand or machine.
Katie Weatherly –
My doll clothes had alot of hand embroidery details. I enjoyed bringing each outfit to life.
Nicole Lueke –
This pattern is a lovely little project to make for the little ones in your life. The instructions are clear and easy to follow and there are a huge variety of accessory and hair options making it fun.
Lauren Clark Hill –
One of the best parts of this pattern is the potential for customization. My son wanted a doll that looked like one of his aunt’s and I was easily able to fulfill that desire
Liz Faber –
I love these dolls. They will make a great present for any children in your life. They also work well with the felt food and are a great size for the quiet book (I’m going to have to add a page to my book with a wardrobe for all the clothes).
Kim Cierpik-Gold –
This was such a fun activity for me and my preschooler. She had a lot of fun choosing the colors of the felt for the hair and clothes. She can’t wait to play with it. As a sewing project, it was pretty simple. I used small-sized scraps of interfacing from other projects so it was a perfect way to use up those small pieces. The felt is more forgiving than other fabrics in my opinion so creating the finer detail of the clothing times is easier than one might think. I will definitely will make more for my daughter’s friends.
Tina Marie Baber –
I found the Felt Dolls to be a Fairly easy pattern to follow, the directions were clear, patterns were marked and easy to read. I had a slight issue with my felt (user error) which was easily corrected. My grandchildren and I love the variety of hairstyles and clothes that were included in the pattern. We have plans to continue making more dolls and clothes as soon as the new patterned felt arrives. This play set can be used for girls and boys add a sword or a pirate hat, a coat of armor maybe even a prince and princess. This pattern is a keeper and will supply many hours of fun and imaginative play for children and their adult counterparts such as grandma, grandpa, dad, mom even brothers & sisters. The more the merrier. Fun Awaits a Creative Mind.
Cheryl Schneider –
The hair design for these dolls is fabulous!! The dolls are easy to sew and can be made with scraps of fabrics on the felt so they match something the child wears, which is fun. One base doll can be a boy with one set of clothing and a girl with another. I did find it worked better if I put some KK2000 on the back of my pattern and then sewed around it and then cut it out. Tracing it did not work great. My silhouette did not like the felt so much either. I spray basted the fabric onto the felt and the pattern on to the top of the fabric. Sewed around it and then removed the pattern and put in the details with my sewing machine. I loved that I could use all different patters/etc and then would have it hidden by the back felt. The velcro holds everything on nicely too. In some spots, there was a bit too much detail and it made cutting things out nicely a bit more difficult.
Ana Miguel –
Jill Seely –
This is so adorable
Pat harclerode –
I think this is adorable and so nicely sized for little hands to play with
Janis Williams –
These are cute!
Ruth Novak (verified owner) –
I simplified the stitching on the clothing and hair as I did not feel the extra stitches was necessary and I think they turned out great. Fun to make !!
Jo Ann Bell –
I don’t know how to enlarge patterns
Beverly Kepple –
Our patterns do not need enlarging. They come ready to print either US letter for the US and Canada or A4 for the rest of the world.