Sock Doll Workshop: 30 Delightful Dolls to Create and Cherish

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Lark Books, 1995 - Crafts & Hobbies - 112 pages
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Sock dolls aren't what they used to be! Although as simple as ever to make, this collection of 30 charmers features original design elements that bring a whole new level of interest to a popular craft. Create one (or a whole friendly crowd) of sock dolls using a pair or two of socks, a needle and thread, and a little yarn and stuffing. In no time at all (and at almost no expense), reap the pleasure of crafting delightful characters such as Heidi the downhill skier, a cuddly bear, Merry Anne the carrot-topped rag doll, the teen-age sweater twins, or Costume Kids-dolls dressed like a lion and a dinosaur!

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User Review  - carterchristian1 - LibraryThing

Many Amazon reviewers who not only bought this book but used it to make their own sock dolls gave it rave reviews. I won't argue. Maybe this is something to do with all those socks that have lost ... Read full review

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User Review  - TJinSB -

I really like this book. I have not had a chance to make any of the sock dolls but they look really cute and simple to make. It should be fun maybe something my kids and I can do together. Read full review


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Cindy Crandall-Frazier is the author of Single Crochet for Beginners and Sock Doll Workshop: 30 Delightful Dolls to Create and Cherish. She is an educator and member of the Religious Society of Friends (Quaker).

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