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LISA- Cloth doll pdf pattern

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Author Pupadou
Price $12.00
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by McGhee, Elaine
on March 22nd, 2013

“I love this pattern! It is very well written and easy to understand. The construction is very clever. I will be on the lookout for anything Pupadou offers!”

Lisa is a charming, pretty, 15" (38cm) cloth doll. She is best made using quilt-quality 100% cotton fabric and was specially created to bring out the designer in you. Chose your colors, fabric designs, and hair color! Mix it up! Use up some of that fabric stash! Or make a doll to look like that special niece, daughter, grand-daughter, aunt or cousin!
Her hair is made with yarn and is braided. Her dress is removable, her hat and tights are not.
The colorful 20-page pattern and tutorial includes very detailed, well illustrated, step-by-step instructions with helpful tips throughout.
Tutorial for easy crochet bag is included.

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Pattern is for personal use only, not for mass producing. If you wish to make a few dolls (less than 20) for selling please indicate the dolls were made using a Pupadou pattern. If you wish to make more than 20 dolls please contact me for permission, thanks.

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100% cotton, quilt quality fabric:
Skin tone: 10" x 12" (25cm x 30cm)
Legs: 10" x 12" (25cm x 30cm)
Dress: 14" x 14" (36cm x 36cm)
Dress yoke & band: 10" x10" (25cm x 25cm)
Hat: 11" x 11" (28cm x 28cm)
Back of head: 5"x 5" (12cm x 12cm) matching yarn
Hair: about 25g of yarn (1oz)
Eyes: 1" square of black felt
Polyester fibrefil stuffing: about 100g (4oz)
Thread
4 small buttons
ribbon or rubber bands for braids
Fray-Stop/Fray Check or similar product
Small piece of tear-away interfacing (or paper)
Masking tape
Fabric/craft glue
Pinking shears for nothing curves (optional)
Hemostat to help with stuffing (optional)
Pink Blush (optional)
Sewing machine, pins, needles, scissors

by McGhee, Elaine
on March 22nd, 2013

I love this pattern! It is very well written and easy to understand. The construction is very clever. I will be on the lookout for anything Pupadou offers!

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