If you haven’t heard of Spoonflower, it’s an awesome website that lets you upload your own designs and have them printed on fabric, allowing you to fully customize any project you’re working on. I thought that was cool enough in itself, but while I was browsing their submissions, I came across this project and it blew my mind. Heidi Kenney of My Paper Crane is using Spoonflower to sell these adorable doll patterns. You buy one fat quarter of fabric (or a yard for a larger doll) and then you assemble it and stuff it according to the directions printed around the doll pieces. How great is that? I would have never thought of using Spoonflower that way but it’s such a great idea. But wait, it gets better. All those tattoos on the dolls? They’re meant to be embroidered on! I absolutely love that! And the kicker is, the pattern she made is scanned from illustrations she papercrafted. Just perfection.