In designing sewing projects, the biggest kick for me is figuring out how to get fabulous finished products with really simple construction techniques. I'm VERY particular about my designs. If I ...
In designing sewing projects, the biggest kick for me is figuring out how to get fabulous finished products with really simple construction techniques. I'm VERY particular about my designs. If I can't make it easy for you to sew, it won't become a ThimbleGarden pattern.
I'm Margaret Lunn, quilter, dollmaker, puppeteer, and all-around fabric crafter. Quilts, dolls, clothing, bags, accessories, upholstery, window treatments ... you name it--I've made it!
Sewing has been such a rewarding part of my life, I want to help others enjoy creating with fabric. I'm dedicated to your sewing success!
At 16 inches tall, this is the classic, huggable Waldorf play doll, PLUS 6 easy and adorable wardrobe basics.
Two doll patterns in one! Choose either of 2 easy traditional construction techniques: the one-piece body with straight legs, or the sewn-in legs with more natural shaping. Arms may be sewn-on or button jointed. Legs are hinge-jointed.
Choose from 2 hair styles. Go long and loose, with ultra-easy, no-crochet construction. Instructions for a clever and low-cost adjustable hair loom are also included. For crochet fans, directions are given for a quick loop-stitched curly cap.
Dress your doll in a complete mix-and-match wardrobe, including:
** sleeveless A-line dress with pockets
** sweet pin-tucked blouse with sleeves (easier than you think!)
** cute bloomers
** tank top
** quick and easy 2-piece outfit, with short pants and snap-front sleeveless, top. It's a cute play outfit, or pajamas