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  • FRIGHT NIGHT E-pattern is a Adorable Raggedy Witch Bag or PJ Holder. Her Dress is a Black Halloween Print. The Raggedy's Apron is made of a Small Black Checked Homespun and is trimmed with White Rick Rack and Felt Sunflowers. Her Collar is a White Doily which is trimmed with a crow button and a tag that says, FRIGHT NIGHT. The tag can be purchased separately at EweNmePrintables. She is carrying a Candy Corn made of Off White, Rust and Gold Felt and has x's sewn on it. This Raggedy Witch's face is just soooo adorable. She has a large triangle nose made of Rust Felt that is stitched on. Her eyes are white painted circles with Black buttons sewn on. Her hair is an Orange Yarn that is braided with 2 small black bows at the end of her braids. She has a large black felt hat that is scrunched with a pipe cleaner. Her hat is trimed with a Large Felt Sunflower and Orange Wired Ribbon Bow.

    This Raggedy Witch can be filled with your extra plastic bags or you can put your child's pj in it for a cute decoration for your child's room. Either way she makes a great Halloween decoration.

    Sew this Lovely Witch Yourself, or if you prefer I can make one for you. Fabrics may vary depending on availability. Message me for a Price Quote and Time Frame on a Finished Doll.

    This is a E-pattern only, not the Finished Item.

    Connie Sixel
    My Darlin Dolls (C) 2005

    All Rights Reserved.

    All of my patterns are protected by copyright law. My patterns, e-patterns, or any part of them may NOT be reproduced, copied, shared, redistributed or altered for any reason without my permission. E-patterns may not be re-sold, traded, or shared. You may use the pattern to create and sell finished items for sale or personal use. No mass production is allowed/ no wholesaling. If selling finished item(s) on Etsy, eBay, or any other internet listings, websites, etc please give credit of the design to Connie Sixel of My Darlin Dolls. No part of any pattern (including tips, and finishing techniques) should be shared with others; this includes chat rooms and forums. Thank you for your cooperation.