Public Domain Doll Patterns

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As far as I know, these are a bunch of public domain doll patterns. If you know otherwise, please let me know! They are all in PDF format, so you’ll need acrobat reader to open them. Click to download!

If you make one of these dolls, I’d love to put a picture of your doll here, just email me with it and I’ll post it, and a link to your site as well! 🙂

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22 Comments

  1. Thank you very much for sharing the patterns for these dolls! The thought of making them and the vision I have of the smiles on my grandkids’ faces has me anxious to get started on one…my printer is humming as I am typing this! Thanks again!

  2. There appears to be one page missing from the 30″ doll pattern. It’s the neck portion for the front of the body. I’m going to see if I can wing it, but would be ecstatic if it was posted. Thank you for making these available!

    • Hi Lisa,
      Thank you so much for visiting!
      These patterns were all passed on to me “as-is”. Whatcha see is whatcha get! I hope they’re useful to you as they are.
      Thanks again for visiting and I hope the patterns will work for you!
      Chrissy

      • Hi Tara
        Thank you so much for visiting!
        These patterns were all passed on to me “as-is”. Whatcha see is whatcha get! I hope they’re useful to you as they are.
        Thanks again for visiting and I hope the patterns will work for you!
        Chrissy

  3. I have been trying to download some of these patterns but nothing is happening. I have adobe and I click on the name of the pattern but then nothing. Can someone tell me what I am doing wrong?

    Thanks,

    Jen

  4. Thank you for sharing this. I have been wanting to find a pattern like these for my daughter for a while now.

  5. thanks for sharing 🙂
    what about selling dolls from those patterns. where we should pay the license? is there any payment if i would like to do some handmade (not many) dolls for selling?

    • Hi Emma,
      Thanks for visiting my page!
      I was told that these are public domain patterns, which should mean that you can do whatever you like with them, without having to pay license fees. However, I cannot guarantee that, and you should do your own research on each pattern to decide how you should proceed. Thanks so much! I hope you enjoy the patterns!
      Chrissy

  6. Thank you for these patterns. I would like to make baby dolls for an orphanage in Central America, and there are some fantastic patterns here!

  7. Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful vintage doll patterns! I am making some dolls for an orphanage that a friend of mine will be traveling to in Central America later this summer, and she has agreed to take some baby dolls with her to distribute to the kids. Some of these are perfect! Also, I have two Marian Maxim patterns that I found among my old patterns, and I’m happy to scan them and email them to you if you wish to put them on your site as well.

    • I would Love to Have them If you would share with me. Lisa . <3 THank you . Linda Jennings

      • Fantastic! I found these among my mother-in-law’s old sewing items. The patterns have never even been cut! I’m happy to share them.

  8. Thank you so much for sharing! You make me really happy today! I cant wait to start!

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