The Janey Doll

Technique - Sewing

The Janey doll is fun and simple to make! She is stitched entirely by hand, using a whip stitch around the felt edges, French knots for the cheek dots, stem stitch for the mouth and blanket stitch for the rickrack on the dress. Only 4 pattern shapes are used to make the doll, and 2 are used for the dress. The doll head-body-arms-legs are all together in 1 pattern shape. Janey is made from scraps of wool felt (acrylic felt can be used but wool or wool blend will be more durable). Enlarge or reduce diagrams/patterns to make Janey different sizes. Safety eyes are used for sample dolls, but you can also use embroidery, paint or felt.

Size: 4 1/2" x 6 1/2".

Skill Level: Beginner What's this?

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RES0317 $4.99

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