Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Owie Doll Kits in Shop

Hello, friends!

Thank you for buying my Lunch Buckets! They've been flying off the shelves, but there are still three left, so if you want one, do stop in and check them out

There are a couple of Owie Doll Kits in the shop, too, which I forgot to mention in the earlier Lunch Bucket shop post. 

If you're not familiar with my Owie Dolls and would like to find out more, here and here are a couple of posts about them.

In response to some requests to make the kits available again, since the company that originally produced them for me a couple of years ago is no longer offering kits for retail sale, I put together a few of my own. It's a bit more labor-intensive than having someone else pack them for me, obviously, and I'm missing out on the giant bulk discounts because I'm producing them only in small quantities, but it was still fun to shop for, measure and cut everything out for you!

I've omitted the fancy packaging to streamline the cost but otherwise, everything else is as in the original kits - the skin velour, the 100% wool felt, and the various cotton fabrics for the clothes and accessories (I even threw in a couple extra fat quarters for variety). 

For US$45, you'll get enough fabric and other materials to make TWO dolls and all the accessories you see below. 

Please note:

  1. Any photos in this post that contain finished Owie Dolls are from my archives, so the colors of fabrics shown in them may not accurately represent what you'll be getting in the kits that are currently in the shop. Please read the listing description for the actual contents of these kits.
  2. You will need to provide your own sewing thread and needles and polyfill stuffing - these are not included in the kit.
  3. The kit also does not include the Owie Doll sewing pattern, which you can purchase separately here

along with the MedHub sewing pattern to extend the pretend play possibilities.


  1. My kids absolutely adore their Owie Dolls I made from your pattern and the Med Hub really has so many ways to add to the play.

    1. Thank you, Ticia! It makes my heart happy to hear that!

  2. I need to get that med hub pattern and make it sometime. Maybe this fall as a DIY Christmas gift? I love that you are selling kits!


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