Sewing Pattern Miniature Christmas Rustic Winter Dollhouse Bedding Pattern PDF -1:12 scale

The lodge/Cabin look is one of my favorites. And with the winter months coming, using flannels, plaids and wools just seems natural. The dollhouse miniature bedding is made for a dollhouse bed and can actually fit a twin or double, queen size bed. The comforter, blanket, throws...are all designed to be made a little longer so they can fold back for a layered look, or be draped across the bed. This pattern gives simple guidelines for making the dollhouse bedding. Dollhouse bedding is usually for 6" - 7" long beds. Shorter than a fashion doll sized bed.

If you are able to sew a straight line you will be able to sew this simple pattern. I have a philosophy when it comes to sewing and patterns. Easiest is the best! Use an easy pattern and really pretty fabric and the end result will be WONDERFUL! Pattern includes directions for making the following: Ruffled comforter Square Euro shams White pom pom edged sheet and pillowcase pillow inserts for pillowcases accent pillows black and white flannel throw (end of bed) embroidery pattern and directions for embroidering the design and making the pillow.

All the bedding items are approximately6" to 7" in length. The pillow cases vary in width and length but are approximately 2" wide, and 1 1/2" deep. As you can see in the picture bedding and pillows fits the width and length of the bed. There is a layered look for the winter styled bedding.

One thing that makes this bedding work is the use of flannels and plaids. I always think when using plaids or flannels that the comforter (the base look of the bedding) should be a solid. And that the accent pillows, shams and throws should have designs on them whether plaids or prints. Other color schemes can be used with this pattern.


*Pattern is US Imperial Measurement in inches *Miniature Dollhouse sized bedding 1:12 scale *Moderate sewing skills needed. All straight lines, but a working knowledge of sewing is important

Materials you need at home:

SUPPLY LIST *1/2 Yard red cotton fabric (comforter and Euro square shams) *1 yard white cotton-pillows, pillow insert for pillow cases, sheet *1 square white wool felt for blanket-10” x 10” will be cut down to size *1 roll (3 yards)white pom pom fringe *1/4 yard or good sized scraps of plaid fabric, or flannel plaid.-accent pillows *1/4 yard black and white checked flannel (folded throw and pillow) *polyfill stuffing-small bag Embroidered pillow-White cotton 6” x 6” *embroidery floss- *green-tree *red-truck *white-snow on tree *black-center of tire *gray-tires and window *Embroidery needles *wood hoop at least 4” (the cotton fabric should be cut larger than the wood hoop. At least 6” x 6” or larger) It will be cut down to a smaller size once the embroidery is complete. I always work on larger fabric pieces, then once the embroidery is done, I cut the fabric down to the size I need.

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Debbie Booth

I am a professional pattern designer, seamstress and miniature maker. As a little girl my parents gave me little toys and sewing projects to keep me quiet in church! Those interests turned into skills, and in my later life turned into a wonderful thriving business! My goal in making patterns is to make them as simple as possible, while using the prettiest fabric. Putting the two together hopefully results in a wonderful finished product or item!

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