Doll Leaf Blanket
New Zealand Collection

Doll Leaf Blanket
New Zealand Collection

$10.00 USD
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Bring a bit of the New Zealand rainforest inside by sewing a whimsical, quilted leaf blanket. 

A simple, satisfying project, these diminutive leaves are suitable for critters 9-18 inches in size.  They make lovely playthings for little hands and are sure to be put to use cuddling and caring for favourite dolls and animals.  

Dreamed up by Lisa's sweet, nature-loving girl, a portion of the sales will go towards reforestation projects and protecting animal habitat.   Read more about her project here.

* There is a Bundle of Child + Doll
Leaf Blanket patterns for the best value *

 

  • Five different leaf types: Kawakawa, Kowhai, Makomako, Puka, and Rangiora
  • Four versatile mini-blanket sizes
  • Clear step-by-step tutorial with photos AND videos
  • Quilting tips (can be quilted with regular home sewing machine)
  • Inspiration photos
  • Skill level: beginner

 

Sizing + Supplies

View materials list 

Printing Info

Our digital patterns are tiled and designed to print using your home printer on either US Letter, or A4 paper.  

Patterns include a nifty “layers” feature, allowing you to print only the size(s) you need, or all of the sizes. Full step-by-step printing instructions are supplied.

This pattern also includes an additional wide format file that can be taken to a local copy shop and printed on single sheets of A0 paper. 

FAQ

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Read more on the blog

The last five images show the classic Leaf Blanket available in the bundle, to be found by using the dropdown menu.

~ Cover image by Angela Schade ~

  • Look Inside
  • Resources

The Leaf Blanket pattern instructions also include videos for every step!

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Customer Reviews

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I made a baby blanket

My daughter who lives in York, England made a blanket for both of her boys when they were babies. I wanted something special for a friend who has invited us to Thanksgiving dinner multiple times. Her son is having his first baby and so I tried the pattern. It was fun and easy to make. I did have trouble figuring out the layering, but I made it work. I also researched the Kawakawa leaf and shared some information about the leaf in my letter to the parents.
Thank you for creating such a cute blanket.

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M.H.A.

Wonderful pattern. Simple instructions, lots of help and good ideas online.

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X.D.V.
Loved this so much!

I really loved sewing the leaf blanket, it's such a beautiful peace thateveyone needs. Very nice en easy for a great gift, or for your own kids ofcourse. I made one as a maternity gift and actually wants to keep of for myself. I plan to make one for my gaming chair. Nice and comfy. Love it!

R
R.
Easy in every way

Step by step instructions from even how to print to how to sew with suggestions of materials and sewing manners and keeping the environment in mind. It's worth the price as you know that stores ask much more money for a finished blanket like this.

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N.
Leaf Blanket

Easy to follow instructions. Nieces were thrilled with the results. Thank you

B
B.C.
So Adorable

I'm in love with the Leaf Blanket, so detailed and so many different options. Clearly a lot of thought went into this pattern. I think its for a fantastic cause and would definitely recommend this to anyone. My grandkids love their leaf blankets!!

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P.M.
Lovely Leaves

This is a wonderful pattern, very nicely detailed and educating those of us who are not familiar with New Zealand trees! I have 2 grandchildren on the way as well as 4 already here so I plan to make quite a few of these this spring!

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B.M.
Easy to use patterns

Thank you for your easy to use patterns, they are a joy to sew up

Customer Reviews

Based on 20 reviews
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R.D.
I made a baby blanket

My daughter who lives in York, England made a blanket for both of her boys when they were babies. I wanted something special for a friend who has invited us to Thanksgiving dinner multiple times. Her son is having his first baby and so I tried the pattern. It was fun and easy to make. I did have trouble figuring out the layering, but I made it work. I also researched the Kawakawa leaf and shared some information about the leaf in my letter to the parents.
Thank you for creating such a cute blanket.

M
M.H.A.

Wonderful pattern. Simple instructions, lots of help and good ideas online.

X
X.D.V.
Loved this so much!

I really loved sewing the leaf blanket, it's such a beautiful peace thateveyone needs. Very nice en easy for a great gift, or for your own kids ofcourse. I made one as a maternity gift and actually wants to keep of for myself. I plan to make one for my gaming chair. Nice and comfy. Love it!

R
R.
Easy in every way

Step by step instructions from even how to print to how to sew with suggestions of materials and sewing manners and keeping the environment in mind. It's worth the price as you know that stores ask much more money for a finished blanket like this.

N
N.
Leaf Blanket

Easy to follow instructions. Nieces were thrilled with the results. Thank you

B
B.C.
So Adorable

I'm in love with the Leaf Blanket, so detailed and so many different options. Clearly a lot of thought went into this pattern. I think its for a fantastic cause and would definitely recommend this to anyone. My grandkids love their leaf blankets!!

P
P.M.
Lovely Leaves

This is a wonderful pattern, very nicely detailed and educating those of us who are not familiar with New Zealand trees! I have 2 grandchildren on the way as well as 4 already here so I plan to make quite a few of these this spring!

B
B.M.
Easy to use patterns

Thank you for your easy to use patterns, they are a joy to sew up