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    Two five inch pincushion designs are included in this pattern with color, step by step directions.

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    This 7" bird has a pincushion hat for tiny needles, a gap under the wings to hold scissers and a thimble on her tail.

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    Use this 10" quilted bowl to microwave your dinner. Place a bowl, cup or plate in the curved hot pad, zap it and pull it out of the microwave using the insulated edges to protect your fingers. Color step-by-step directions make the project easy to make. Make a coordnating Hip Hot Pad to match.

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    This pattern has lots of ideas and techniques for stacking buttons. Use the projects as pins or embellishments on bags & purses.

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    Recycle those used coffee or large food cans to make this handy organizer.  There are lots of pockets all around the inside and outside to separate pencils, scissors and the like. Use your brightest, happiest fabrics to create one for your sewing room and then make several more for gifts.

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    Applique on the heavy weight inter facings to create these jointed double sided dolls. Add a fabric transfer of your own face to personalize the doll. Applique, embroidery and embellishment ideas are included with two different jointed dolls. You could use a photo fabric transfer of a real face to personalize your doll.

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    This pattern has two design options for strip sizes. The directions are full of drawings and step-by-step color photos of the process. The directions for making the wood base and cutting foam forms are included. The piecing for the tuffet cover is very fast and easy.

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    This graceful 12" cloth doll is weighted for sitting. The glass sand filled toes help weight the doll. Articulated, poly-sand hands have moveable fingers and sculpted palms. Have fun using 6-10 different fabrics while creating this doll.

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    This book covers all aspects of creating cloth doll faces from many different fabrics. There are step-by-step photos of the drawing and sculpting process. Learn to needle sculpt on panty hose, suede cloth, velour, cotton and knit. Find out which pens and pencils work best on different fabrics. There is also a great doll pattern that covers all aspects of cloth doll construction, including photos of finger turning.

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    This 21" cloth doll pattern includes the clothing and detailed face painting details. A color photo of Frida's face is included.

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    This doll has such a great body that it is a shame to hide it! She stands 18" tall. Her fingers are wired and the directions include the  "plastic sand hand" technique. Nancy will stand and clothing patterns are included.

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    This 16" doll has several different body & costuming options. She has articulated hands filled with plastic stuffing beads and the bendable fingers are wired with chinelle stems. The face painting directions are included.

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    She's everybody's Aunt. The 26" Aunt Cora is an advanced cloth doll pattern which features a full figure body construction. Directions for her tennis shoes are included with the clothing instructions.

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    Four sizes are included in the pattern: 16", 12", 7" & 5".  Recycle those long strips of left over quilt batting to stuff these fabric chairs. Aunt Cora can relax in her 16" overstuffed chair which is easy to create from sewing room supplies. The chairs are created from fabric, batting, cardboard and wooden thread spools. Embellish the chairs with old doilies and lace. Four sizes are included in the pattern: 16", 12", 7" & a 5" mini chair that may be used as a pincushion.

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    This 16" stump doll is changed into two characters with the different costumes. The wired fingers may be bent to hold things. she has glass eyes, and a sculpted face with lots of personality.

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    Make this 9" doll for a Saint Patrick's Day table decoration. His expressive face and hands are made of doe suede and he sits on a pot of gold. His vest, hat and shoes are easy to do from felt. Complete instructions for face sculpting and articulated fingers are included.

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    This 15" art doll was created for a doll exhibit. The Picasso inspired face is abstracted and the body is collaged with quilt block scraps.

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    This 16" cloth doll features the use of lots of different fabrics. The joints are bead or stone chunks of turquoise that evoke images of stiff joints in the humidity. Ethnic in feel, these expressionistic characters are fun to make.

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    This book has patterns for the popular pin dolls by Virginia Robertson. The dolls are created from beads and stuffed fabric tubes. If you are a bead lover, you will love this book.

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    Create these 7" & 9" Santas from recycled wool clothing, felt, sweaters or old textiles.
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    Techniques in the book may be adapted to cloth dolls of any size by modifying and experimenting. Instructions for making different hair styles using various materials, and how to apply them to the cloth doll are included.

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    This book features wings for angels, fairies and other mythical creatures. Techniques, designs and patterns are included in this well written idea book. A liberal use of diagrams and illustrations make the process to very clear. Some of the techniques that are included are shadow applique, machine applique, wire armatures, fabric painting, and quilting. Several sizes of wing patterns are included for use on your dolls

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    Make these heart hot pads using fun conversational prints. These are fast and make great hostess gifts. Make a set by pairing it with a matching Microwave Bowl.

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    Three shapes and a coaster designs are included in this pattern. Easy strip piecing and quilt-as-you go make it easy and quick.

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    Sew these fun pot holders for the holidays. There is a Jack-O-lantern face included. The loop for hanging is hidden behind the stem. These are fast and easy. Make them to sell at the fall craft fairs.

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    Create these 2" - 5" soft sculpted pincushions from stretchy fabric scraps. The pattern has color photos of the step-by-step process.

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    Create these lush pincushions from velvet. Small 2" to larger 5" sizes are included. Color step-by-step directions of the needle sculpting make it it an easy project.

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    Create these funky pincushions with stretchy fabrics and add button stacks on top. Color step-by-step directions for the needle sculpting makes this an easy project.

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    Recycle those pretty jelly jars into fon button or pin containers. A strip of batik backed with contact paper is enclosed which is used as a covering for the lids. Little sculpted pincushions, buttons and felt flowers are ideas included to decorate the jar lid.

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    The String of Fish With Mermaid pattern includes the pattern for the fabric beads. The shapes are stitched by hand with a blanket stitch and work well as a "take it & make it" project.

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    These birds and hearts are assembled with a blanket stitch, by hand. They are easy to "take & make". The pattern for the fabric beads is also included.

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    Sew these 4"  fabric fowl and the fabric beads from your scraps.

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    Create these whimsical stuffed 9" fabric birds with kooky button hats. Use wooden skewers for the legs.

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    Create these four and five inch deer with fabric and twigs.

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    The bear may be sewn by hand or machine. This little 6" moveable bear will fit in the palm of your hand. He has a tiny bag of shot to give some weight so it feels like a tiny kitten when you hold him. The booklet has the templates and directions.

    Use these customized hemostats to turn and stuff cloth dolls.
    The locks have been removed for comfort and flexibility.
    See the step-by-step directions in Virginia's Needle Sculpting book.

    There is about a cup of beads in a package. The shipping cost is included in the price.

     
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