Dance like no-one is watching!

from SFM Cloth dolls With Attitude!

Dance like no-one is watching! Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • sew, handsew

Pattern Description:

"Dance like no one is watching!"

An exciting new 18-inch Cloth Wall Doll (or she will need a stand) from the design of SFM Cloth Dolls with Attitude!

She depicts an attitude of thorough enjoyment of the present moment! Love it!

This innovative pattern is designed to express movement and delight in dancing. With armpits and broad shoulders, another unusual feature in cloth dolls is an expressive open mouth! Pattern also comes with a closed mouth face.

Full pictorial and written instructions on the minimal needle sculpting etc, required to make this delightful dancing figure. Her shoes are painted on -so simple! She can be dressed in any style, but this one is depicted her as a 1930's Flapper!

You will love making this easy cloth doll to hang on your wall, or for a gift!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 18 inches tall


  • Velour fabric, Tibetan lambswool, acryic paint, black & white, stuffing.
  • Finger turning Tools, heamostats/forceps,

You Will Also Need:

  • Matching threads, sewing machine, needles

About Designer

About Designer

SFMitchell on

Wife, mother, grandmother, Community Worker working with people with disabilities, and a longstanding interest in fabric , design and dolls.

Educated in pattern design, art studies, and interest and a little training in people and personalities.

My interest in cloth dollmaking has grown into a passion for this art form and I now design my own patterns and teach classes and workshops, ...

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