It's been lovely looking back at the dolls made using my animal sewing patterns in May. There have been so many cute dolls made by you all! I love the creative ways you have made the dolls your own by designing new clothes for them, up-cycling fabrics and adding extra details to them. I love it also that so many of them are being made as gifts for loved ones, young and old. Handmade dolls really are timeless and bring a smile to everyone's face!
Each month I collate all of the photos shared with me of the dolls that you have made using my patterns. My daughter Seren, who is 10, gets the fun job of choosing one person to be crowned Maker of the Month. That person will receive their choice of one sewing pattern from my website. They can wait until I launch a new sewing pattern if they already have all of them. Read on to find out who she has chosen this month!
This bunch of beautiful bears and bunnies were all made by Jo in Australia! Lots of her friends are having babies so she made them all bunny or bear dolls. Some of them are being raffled to raise money for a charity, which is really lovely too. I love all the fabric combinations that Jo chooses!
Victoria in the UK made this sweet bunny with the help of her four-year-old daughter. I love how she has used fabric scraps to make the clothes and a duvet to line the ears.
So much cuteness in one photo! The bear was made by Christina from the States who said "This pattern was so easy to follow! This was my first “doll” or stuffed animal but I’ve been seeing for years. It is so cute, I can’t wait to make another one!"
I am in love with these bears made by Allison in the UK for a friend's wedding gift. They are absolutely adorable and make such a personal and thoughtful gift
This beautiful bunny was made by Skye for her niece. I love the coordinating outfits she has made to go with the bow
I adore this sweet little bunny made by Kelsey from Australia. She said "Amazing pattern. I am a beginner and was able to make this with no problems. It explains the steps well and I'm very happy with the outcome"
This lovely bear was made by Natalie in Australia for her daughter. The colours and fabrics she has chosen and the pom-pom detail are adorable! Can you believe she is new to sewing!!
This dapper bear was made by Maxine in New Zealand. I love the fabric combo and his pocket details!
This bright and beautiful bunch were made by Luxuria in Mexico. The colours and the bow details are so sweet!
I'm in love with these bears and bunnies made by Michelle in the States. The couple on the chair makes me smile so much!
I love the fabrics that Morgan from the States chose for her bunny. Morgan said "Great pattern! Easy to follow!"
This bear made by Nina in Germany is wonderful. I love the colours and fabrics she has chosen
This embroidered name that Allison from the UK stitched to her bunny makes it an extra special gift
This soft and sweet bear was made by Gunnhild in Norway. It's so lovely seeing you designing your own clothes for my dolls like this sweater Gunnhild made. It's so pretty
I love this gorgeous fella made by Lynn in the States. He looks like he is having so much fun in the flowers!
These two sweet bunnies were made by Emilee in the States for her daughters. I adore the colours and fabrics she has chosen!
These bright and happy bunnies were made by Donna in Australia. They look so cuddly!
This cute bunny made by Lacey in the States looks like she's having the time of her life! Lacey said "This pattern was so well written and included pictures! What a fun make!"
Such as sweet, summery bunny made by Adriana in the States
Another summery beauty made by Camila in the States
This cheery bunny was made with Nicole in the States. I love the fabrics she has chosen! Nicole said "Such a wonderful pattern! Easy to follow with clear instructions and great photos."
This handsome fella was made by Lilli in Poland. I love the colours she has chosen!
Look at this bright and beautiful bunch made by Susan!
I love this cute bunny made by Elyza in Romania. She said "Very good pattern. Easy to work with it. Many thanks!"
These bears made by Allison in the UK are so sweet! I love how she has added little details like the trim on the pocket to make them even more unique
Allison also made this amazing sweater for her bears! So clever!
Completely obsessed with this darling bunny made by Muriel from France. Muriel said "The best rabbit doll pattern. I am delighted with this purchase"
I love the fabric Julian from Colombia chose for her bunny. So cute!
I'm in love with the fabrics that Pauline in Canada chose for her bunnies. They are so soft and snuggly! And that rainbow fabric is to die for!
It makes me so happy to see dolls being made across the world again this month. I love so much that you have all used the same pattern and while you can tell they are brothers and sisters, each doll is completely unique and has its own personality. It is so lovely to see!
Seren had a really difficult time choosing a winner again this month, but one bunny grabbed her attention as soon as she saw it.
Congratulations to Adriana! Seren loved your bunny's fluffy ears and said that "the fabrics that you chose for her dress and bow were really pretty!" I will contact Adriana so she can choose her free pattern
It won't be long until the end of June so if you have made a doll with my pattern don't forget to share it with us by...
- Tagging @studioserenpatterns on Instagram
- Tagging @studioseren on Facebook
- Emailing email@example.com or sending me a direct message through one of my social accounts
- Sharing a photo in the Studio Seren Facebook community if you have bought one of my doll sewing patterns
- Including a photo with a review on my website or Etsy store
I try my hardest to include all the photos that are shared with me. If I've missed your photo please let me know and I will add it to the photos for next month
Thank you for taking the time to share your photos with me. I can't begin to tell you how happy I am to see them! It inspires me to make more animal sewing patterns
Lots of love and happy sewing
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