This is a pattern to make a doll representing a Mexican woman in typical Tehuana Suit. The dress is a regional traditional clothing from Tehuantepec, a city that has a reputation for being a “matriarchal society”, which at least holds true for their local markets.
The finish doll size is about 13″ (32.5cm) standing. Warning: the doll can’t stand on its own.
The PDF pattern is available in English (American standards).
The skill level is easy/intermediate, but don’t worry: if you’re a beginner, the pattern includes detailed instructions easy to follow, with demonstrative pictures and extra tutorials as an appendix.
To make the doll you need few things: scraps of yarns, a couple of crochet hooks, some stuffing and lots of love!
WARNING: THIS IS JUST A PATTERN TO MAKE DOLLS, NOT THE FINISHED PRODUCT. This pattern is designed to make decorative dolls, it is not intended to be used as a toy for children under three, as it has small parts that can be swallowed or produce choking
IMPORTANT: Please do not distribute, sell or use this pattern for commercial purposes. You can make, however, the finished dolls, as long as you credit me as the original designer 🙂