I’m so excited to have a new sew-a-saint ready to share! I had hoped to have her ready to share on her feast day, three days ago on January 4th, *but* the wifi at the campground we’re at was non-existant. So…better late than never! I’m so excited for this sew-a-saint featuring St. Elizabeth Ann Seton. It’s also the parish my extended family goes to, so it has an even more special meaning to me. St. Elizabeth Ann Seton is well known for establishing the first all-girls Catholic school in the US; in the print, she stands beside the books she would have used as a teacher. She holds a bible and rosary, symbolic of the Sisters of Charity order she created.
These plush dolls are absolutely beginner friendly, and can be sewn by hand or with a machine (though I recommend a machine). Each is hand drawn and comes printed on a fat-quarter of fabric ready to sew. Instructions are printed on the fabric, ensuring you’ll know how to make her as soon as she arrives in your mailbox.
Please note that the images displayed on your screen are slightly blurred to protect copyrights. The images on the printed fabric are crisp and clear.
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