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How to make a phone for dolls Barbie

How to make a phone for dolls Barbie

Date: 18.10.2018, 21:05 / View: 95174

Give a small child a soft and sweet companion. Our dolls, made from little more than the fabric and yarn, are full of personality.

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Choose the yarn for the hair with care; boucle has built-in curls. For shorter curls, embroider mohair yarn

What You'll Need: Doll pattern 10-by-18-inch piece of washable fabric 10-inch square cotton Skin bat bat ting ting Emb Emb Emb Emb Embroidery floss

2 of 8 Step 1: Cut Fabric

Print the doll template. Fold a 10-by-18-inch piece of washable fabric (for body) end to end, right sides facing; solid lines; pin. From the nearly 10-inch square for the skin, 3-by-7-inch strip for the skin and four-inch squares for the skin.

3 of 8 Step 2: Stitch Fabric

Starting at bottom outer edge of one leg, stitch up side to end of arm, with a 1/4-inch seam allowance. Repeat on other side of body. Sew inner edges of the legs. Notch curves on body. Fold head rectangle in half lengthwise; pin. Starting at the fold, stitch a curved shape across the short end, as shown, and continue stitching down the open side; snip away excess fabric, keeping 1/8-inch seam allowance. Turn both pieces right side out.

4 of 8 Step 3: Roll Batting

Cut three 2-by-7-inch strips of wool or polyester batting; lay in star shape, as shown. Roll more batting into a 2-inch ball; place on star. Bring strips up and around ball; pushing the head. Head should be firm; add more batting if necessary, smoothing with fingers.

5 of 8 Step 4: Make Head, Hands, and Feet

Tie thread. Stitch bottom opening closed. For hands and feet, place 1-inch ball of batting on each square; bundle, tying with thread. Swipe here for next slide

6 of 8 Step 5: Stuff Body

Stuff body, but not as firmly as head. Use gathering stitch to tighten neck opening. Slip head into neck opening. Under folding backed edge of body. Repeat for hands and feet.

7 of 8 Step 6: Make Hair and Features

Use pins to mark placement of features. Sew on yarn (for hair) in loops; to keep it in place, loop anchoring For features, insert a needle threaded with an embroidery floss Stitch features; needle should exit at the back of the head. Tie off.

8 of 8 Step 7: Complete the Hair

Snip loops of hair and fluff. Use your fingers to shape the face.

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