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Dress Myself Monster Doll ePattern PDF

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Author Indygo Junction Inc
Price $9.99
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by L. Emig
on March 7th, 2015

“I just finished this monster. The pattern started out very clear and through descriptions.
Directions were not as explicit when it came to joining the front and back pieces with arms and had to rip out and reattach the legs so the laces were in the front, directions or drawings to remind the sewer
to orient these appropriately would have been more complete.
I have a new Babyloc sewing machine so this was a good project to get familiar with the machine.
I decided to use denim for the body and leather for the "spats" and vest.
This was a lot of bulk to get my machine to go thru.'
Stuffing the arms and legs to stiff made this nearly impossible to join with a machine, taking apart the
Arms ang legs removing some stuffing helped get this monster together with a tough machine.”

Teach your little monster how to lace, tie, button, zip, snap and buckle with this whimsical doll for boy or girl. Ideal for using fat quarters. Combine solids, dots or stripes.

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1/3 yard of fabric for main body
Various scraps of fabric for body parts (eyes, nose, arms, etc)
Plastic laminated fabric for shoes
7" zipper
Three large buttons for eyes
One large button for vest
Buckle for belt
2 snaps for inner best
Ten metal grommets for shoes
Fiberfill

by L. Emig
on March 7th, 2015

I just finished this monster. The pattern started out very clear and through descriptions.
Directions were not as explicit when it came to joining the front and back pieces with arms and had to rip out and reattach the legs so the laces were in the front, directions or drawings to remind the sewer
to orient these appropriately would have been more complete.
I have a new Babyloc sewing machine so this was a good project to get familiar with the machine.
I decided to use denim for the body and leather for the "spats" and vest.
This was a lot of bulk to get my machine to go thru.'
Stuffing the arms and legs to stiff made this nearly impossible to join with a machine, taking apart the
Arms ang legs removing some stuffing helped get this monster together with a tough machine.


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