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Cottage Doll · No Sew Amigurumi Ragdoll Pattern with Removable Clothes

It's been a while since I have released an amigurumi doll pattern, but I'll have to say...I'm really proud of this one! This sweet gal has a ragdoll-style body that is NO-SEW and all her clothing accessories are removable and no-sew as well! Even her hair cap is done with mostly crochet methods and super easy to work up. 


Let's say hello to the Cottage Doll!  Check out the pattern preview video below to see the features of the pattern, the doll body base, the removable clothing pieces, and dress her up!

About the Pattern

  • No-sew for the doll base and clothing
  • Low-sew project overall (only need to sew the hair cap to the head!)
  • Ragdoll-style body with bend in the legs 
  • All clothing and accessories are removable for dress-up 
  • Size is approximately 8 inches (20 cm) in height
  • Same hook size for the entire project
  • Same type of yarn for the entire project 
  • Super versatile and customizable, with endless color combinations 
  • Style: Waldorf, prairie revival, farmhouse, whimsical, fairytale, vintage 

Ragdoll Body Base

The no-sew body base is the perfect canvas or "blank slate" for you to customize into your own character! It's a unisex body and can be made into a male or female. The arms can be designed to be "jointed" with a running stitch through the middle of the arm section. The legs are bendable where they meet the doll's body, so your doll is able to sit down. The little feet are also shaped so that your doll has toes and heels, instead of just a straight cylinder for the legs.

Removable Clothing

Each clothing piece is removable and crocheted without sewing needed.  You can have lots of fun with crocheting her outfit in different colors and letting your little one have a fun time with dress-up and pretend play!

Here are the different pieces:
  • Cardigan jacket
  • Hooded bonnet with straps
  • Sleeveless dress with an A-line skirt
  • Pair of boots with cute cuffs


  • Pretend play toy for children 
  • Selling at craft fairs, markets, or boutiques as a high-end toy
  • For charity or random acts of kindness 
  • Nursery decor for baby rooms 
  • Birthday gift or holiday gift
  • Christmas stocking stuffer


This pattern has been carefully tested by a team of crocheters prior to publication.  Pattern testing is to ensure that the pattern is suitable for familiar beginners, free of errors, and easy to understand.  

Recommended Yarn

Medium weight yarn is used for this project, though you can use bulkier or thinner yarn weights if desired! Remember that thinner yarn weights require a small hook size, and will result in a smaller doll...whereas thicker yarn weights require a larger hook size, and will result in a larger doll. 

My favorites to work with are acrylic and cotton yarns for these types of amigurumi dolls. For this project specifically, I used the Portobello Yarn from Hobbii. 

I'm also a fan of the following and think they'd be very suitable for this project!

PDF Pattern

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You can get the PDF pattern from my storeRavelry, or Etsy.

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