Fanciful Cloth Dolls: From Tip of the Nose to Curly Toes—Step-by-Step Visual Guide

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C&T Publishing Inc, Jan 1, 2013 - Crafts & Hobbies - 96 pages
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You don’t have to be a doll maker…if you craft and sew, you’ll love learning how to create a whimsical fairy, an impish elf, or a sweet pincushion girl. All four projects have head-to-toe instructions for fabric sculpting, expressive faces, perfect hair, cute clothes, and an abundance of accessories. Every captivating detail of your keepsake doll will be appreciated for years to come. A charming gallery of variations will inspire you to add personal flair to your creations. Perfect for both beginner and experienced doll enthusiasts—learn the basics, try new techniques, and sprinkle in your own unique embellishing style.
 

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Contents

Preface
6
DollMaking Basics
7
The Tooth Fairy
20
The Pincushion Girls
38
Lyle the Elf
52
Tiny Flower Fairy
66
Template Patterns
78
Resources
95
eLegal page
97
Back Cover
99
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Terese Cato learned to sew as a child and became a self-taught artist, weaver, and woodworker. She is a popular and sought-after doll making teacher. Terese lives in Nevada.

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