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Cloth Doll Artistry: Design and Costuming Techniques for Flat and Fully Sculpted Figures Paperback – June 1, 2009
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This guide to cloth-doll making provides step-by-step instruction from idea to creation, as well as a gallery of inspirational art pieces. A variety of design techniques are presented, especially for the dolls’ faces. While the designs are not for beginners, the photographs representing the best of the craft give beginners something to aspire to. --Library Journal , August 2009
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I was very pleased with this book. The sewing projects are beautiful and not difficult to make.I recommend this book to anyone who loves to sew. It also makes a great gift .Published 20 months ago by Happy
Barbara Willis is an artist when it comes to making dolls. This book shows you how to make flat dolls as well as the standard. Read morePublished on February 8, 2014 by Jean A.
I love this book! The author shows three progressively more difficult doll making projects with complete materials lists and instructions. Read morePublished on September 18, 2013 by Q. E. Birdrider
I enjoy making dolls, I started a few years back. After being and avid sewer, I wanted to turn to another challage , it was on my bucket list to be in a craft show, books like... Read morePublished on May 28, 2013 by Sharon Haynes