My Rag Doll | Sewing Blog Hop!

Here at Stitch Craft Create we are delighted to announce the upcoming release of Corinne Crasbercu’s new book My Rag Doll! To let everyone know about the launch we have organised a blog hop tour and will be stopping off at some of your favourite blogs along the way, where they will be creating some of the beautiful designs, writing reviews and offering giveaways of the fantastic new book! With a release date set for May, come join us on the blog hop tour where you can have a first look at My Rag Doll!

The My Rag Doll Blog Hop!



Sun 13th— Kestrel Makes

Mon 14th — Dolls and Daydreams

Tue 15th — Follow the White Bunny

Wed 16th — Whipstitch

Thu 17th — A Spoonful of Sugar

Fri 18th — Feeling Stitchy

Sat 19th — House of Pinheiro

Sun 20th — A Stitching Odyssey

Mon 21st — iCandy Handmade

Wed 23rd — Heather Bailey

Thu 24th — Emma Lamb


My Rag Doll book coverMy Rag Doll — 11 Adorable Rag Dolls to sew with clothes & accessories!

The book is available for pre-order now from Stitch Craft Create where you can choose from 11 adorable rag dolls, all of which you can accessorise with hats, bags and shoes! With stunning photography throughout the book accompanying step by step instruction in creating the beautiful dolls, add some nostalgia to your sewing projects! We hope you enjoy following the blog hop along the way and that you can draw some inspiration from Corinne’s fantastic rag doll designs! We have also included a video so that you can have a sneak peak of what the book has in store for you!

Take inspiration from Corinne’s designs and discover a world where the magic of childhood is still alive with My Rag Doll, available from the Stitch Craft Create store, here.

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3 thoughts on “My Rag Doll | Sewing Blog Hop!

    I have been trying to attatch the foot to the leg but the foot is a curve and the leg is straight please tell me how to do this , this is my 3rd pair of legs, many thanks.

  2. Hi Valerie,
    I understand the instructions look a little tricky. Instead, I think the easiest way would be to sew the foot first – sew the short edges of the foot top together, then turn inside out and machine stitch the foot bottom onto it. Next, you’d sew the long edge of the leg and turn inside out over the foot (right sides facing), then stitch around to attach the foot to the leg. I hope this makes sense?