St. Euphrasia Eluvathingal was an Indian Carmelite nun of the Syro-Malabar Church, an Eastern Catholic Church in Kerala, India. She suffered illnesses her entire life – that is until she began to have vision of the Holy Family, at which point the illness she had long suffered ceased. She was canonized as a saint by Pope Francis on November 23, 2014 in Vatican City and her feast day is on August 30th, immediately following the feast day of St. John the Baptist.
In this fabric, St. Euphrasia stands in her Carmelite robe. She holds a crucifix in her hand, her faith always central to everything she did. A simple rosary is clutched in her palm.
These plush dolls are absolutely beginner friendly, and can be sewn by hand or with a machine. Hand drawn, each comes printed on a fat-quarter of fabric and is ready to sew. Instructions are printed on the fabric, ensuring you’ll know how to make it as soon as it 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. While these items are shipped as quickly as possible, please allow up to 12 business days for each to arrive. As always, shipping is free to the lower 48 US states. Please contact me for shipping costs outside of the lower 48 states.