Friday, 20 April 2007

Little Doll

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Here is my first attempt at making a Ruby Doll. I have learnt a few little things along the way about making sure the arms are securely tacked before sewing the body pieces together and to leave a large enough hole for the turning through to be easily done. Slowing down a bit would have probably been a good idea but I wanted to get her finished. I am looking forward to making another one.

1 comment:

  1. She's adorable! I especially love the tufts of hair on her head and her cheery face. I'm also happy to read that she wasn't too hard to put together :-) Turning the the doll inside out is always a tricking thing to do so as you've said, it's always a good idea to allow for a larger hole to make it easier (and to make stuffing easier too!). I look forward to seeing more of your Ruby Dolls.


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