The womans day book of soft toys and dolls
From Womans Day Book of Soft Toys and Dolls | by Joan Russel… | calamity kim | FlickrI seldom make toys from patterns, but this one was really interesting to do. I like a pattern I can learn from. Her body is five pieces — two front and three back — so that when she is all stuffed she has a little bottom to sit on. Really good construction. And her head is so huge. One of the reasons is I have a fear of button holes. I have had my sewing machine for nearly 20 years and I had convinced myself all this time that I needed some kind of special foot to sew buttonholes.
The Woman's Day Book Of Soft Toys And Dolls
The lowest-priced item that has been used or worn previously. The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully operational and functions as intended. This item may be a floor model or store return that has been used. See details for description of any imperfections. Amazingly cute. Will make you want to start sewing right away.
As pretty as a summer garden, flowers abound on this sweet little rag doll. Delicate embroidered lawn and muslin mix with pin dots and floral sprigs. Fabric flowers at the waist and head echo the fine hand embroidery on the little apron, which is fashioned from a vintage handkerchief. Cut out two heads, two body pieces, four hands and arms, and four legs. Transfer all markings from the paper patterns to the fabric. Remove the paper patterns. Cut out small circles of felt for the eyes, mouth, and rosy cheeks a hole punch is ideal for this and glue them to the head.
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