Even if the weather outside is frightful, your 18-inch dolls will find it delightful with this cute little snow sled from AptOne8!
This intermediate-level PDF pattern download includes step-by-step photo instructions for building the sled frame from CPVC pipe, as well as pattern pieces and instructions for sewing a removable fabric seat secured with hook-and-loop tape.
Make this sleigh-style sled with sturdy fabrics such as denim or corduroy for serious play … or dress it up in velvet or other more festive fabrics for a holiday scene.
Project Supplies Available from Club Matilda:
Get a jump-start on your project by purchasing CPVC supplies directly from Club Matilda! Pick and choose the components you need and have them delivered right to your door. A great option for those who find it difficult to locate supplies and materials* or who prefer to skip the process of cleaning, measuring and cutting pipe. Also makes a great gift!
*Some of the supplies needed for this project are not available from Club Matilda. Click on Supplies Needed tab above for the full list of supplies needed for this project.
Add On: CPVC Fittings
CPVC 1/2-inch fittings
Includes 18 TEES, two ELBOWS (45°), eight ELBOWS (90°), two END CAPS
Add On: Pre-Cut CPVC Pipe
Includes 1/2-inch almond color CPVC CTS pipe, pre-cut to lengths specified in pattern
NOTE: Pre-cut pipe is prepared as ordered. Please allow 2-4 days plus shipping time for delivery. All project supplies shipped via USPS Priority Mail. Available in the U.S. & Canada only.
Specification: Snow Sled CPVC Plans & Supplies
Kristin Rutten, creator and site administrator of iCreate for Dolls, is also the creator, owner and operator of Matilda Jo Originals.
Born and raised in Montana, she first learned to sew on her grandmother’s antique Singer sewing machine by cutting out and stitching a simple nine-square pillow. Other projects soon followed and she has been crafting and sewing ever since. In addition to sewing and pattern design, she also enjoys crocheting, scrapbooking and designing WordPress websites.
She makes her home in Central Montana with her husband and four children, ages 9 to 22.