Saint Therese of Lisieux Pattern For Sale!



I am so excited to announce this!  The Saint Therese crochet pattern is finished and ready! If you would like to buy the pattern for $5 all you have to do is click the "Buy Now" button!  You will get the pattern within 24 to 48 hours (more likely sooner!) right in your email box.

Thank you so much to all the people who helped me get her ready!

5 comments:

  1. I think this is the sweetest little doll ever! My mother-in-law ordered the pattern to make one for my daughter (her middle name is Therese). I can't wait for it to be completed! I shared this link over on Catholic Icing today. Hope you get some orders! :-)

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  2. Your St. Therese doll is adorable. Can you tell us a little more about her? How big is she is? And how many skeins of yarn does she require? Needle size?

    I love to crochet. I learned at my grandmother's side when I was 8 years old. She owned a yarn shop and taught so many women in her lifetime the joys of knitting and crocheting. She especially loved challenging patterns.

    Please tell me more about your adorable St. Therese doll! You can email me at krblease@hotmail.com.

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  3. Thank you Lacy! I hope your daughter loves her doll! I am planning on making another one here soon too!

    Kathleen,
    Thank you so much! You are so lucky to have had your grandma pass down her talents to you. I had to teach myself and it was not nearly as fun, I bet! Those are cherished moments you will remember forever!

    The doll, depending on how tightly you crochet (I crochet really tightly), will be about 10 inches tall. I recommend an H size hook. You also will not use a whole skein of any color. The one you need the most of is the brown.

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  4. Would you consider adding a Saint Clare of Montefalco or Elizabeth Ann Seaton? My 3 grandchildren are all named after saints so your Francis and Therese will work but need something for the third child.
    I love knitting and crocheting for them, haven't tried anything 3 dimensional yet.
    Cindy

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    1. I made a Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton for my daughter. I should write it up!

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