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Dolls Kids Can Make Library Binding – Sept. 1 1995
A doll is an alter ego, a collectable, a loveable huggable best friend who always listens. Nothing makes a doll more special than being handmade. Now kids can make dolls for themselves, their friends, for bazaars or as gifts. This book shows how to make eleven very different dolls from a very simple, one hour crib toy to a weekend project, with simple step-by-step instructions, each accompanied by a full color photo.
- Make cuddly tiny dolls, ornaments a lace doll filled with potpourri, a granny mop doll, an up-to-date Cool Dude rag doll, a life-size baby dall, even an amazing double doll. Turn it one way and she's Little Red Riding Hood. Turn it the other way and he's the Big Bad Wolf.
- Easy-to-get, inexpensive, up-to-date materials -- a pair of stretchy gloves, a cotton sock, a facecloth, panti-hose and a mop head -- are cleverly designed to eliminate most sewing.
- For the sewing beginner, this is a fun, rewarding way to learn.
- More than 200 color photos!
From School Library Journal
Carole B. Kirkpatrick, Terminal Park Elementary School, Auburn, WA
Copyright 1996 Reed Business Information, Inc.
- Publisher : Firefly Books (Sept. 1 1995)
- Language : English
- Library Binding : 72 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1895565758
- ISBN-13 : 978-1895565751
- Item weight : 499 g
- Dimensions : 22.23 x 1.27 x 28.58 cm
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My daughter and I are going to make "Little Guy" first. He only takes an hour to do and it is so simple using a pair of stretchy one-size-fits-all gloves, thread, glue and hair for its head. So simple. I can't wait to get started. It lists all the necesary items and optional choices to personalize your doll.
Patterns range from easy to more detailed sewing with a machine, but are simple enough for a child (around 8 and up) to do supervised by an adult.
A great craft book worthy of 5 stars.