Cloth art dolls

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This is the least favorite part, but the fastest. After sanding the head, I dry fit the fabric. Better too large than not large enough a... Diy, Amigurumi Patterns, Trapillo, Doll Face, Amigurumi, Breien, Soft Dolls, Least Favorite, Doll Tutorial

This is the least favorite part, but the fastest. After sanding the head, I dry fit the fabric. Better too large than not large enough and you can also see if there are any bumps that require more sanding. Ask me how I know! And once it has stuck enough, pulling it off may also pull off some clay. I then apply a coat of Tacky Quick Dry glue to the front of the whole head making sure to get glue in all the crevices. This glue is fairly thick but does spread easily. Do NOT add water as this…

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Yvonne Nair
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So now that I've caught your attention with that snappy title, I'll have to admit that this post is about how to turn tiny fingers for cloth dolls and not something more salacious. I've had quite a few folks ask how to make such small fingers and as with many projects the trick is to have the right tools. Here are mine.. Sharp scissors Turning Tubes (available here scroll almost to the bottom of the page) Hemostat Fray check As you can see my turning tubes have seen some heavy use over the…

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Trish Howes