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Crafting Cloth Dolls by Miriam Gourley
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Crafting Cloth Dolls (edition 2001)

by Miriam Gourley

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Presents a collection of dolls made entirely from fabric. This work helps you create an heirloom, revisit favorite childhood memories, or just experience the joy of giving life to a few simple pieces of fabric through the art of cloth doll-making. It shows you how to form the body, paint the face, make and style the hair, and costume the doll.… (more)
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Title:Crafting Cloth Dolls
Authors:Miriam Gourley
Info:McGraw-Hill (2001), Edition: 1, Paperback, 176 pages
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Because it reflects the work of a number of very different dollmakers, this book has an unusual depth. My favourite is the Russian-costumed Vasilissa doll with a face of felt molded over paper clay - a particularly attractive technique that is very hard to find instructions for. ( )
  muumi | Jun 21, 2014 |
Dollmaking Techniques & Pagent of Dolls & Templates
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Presents a collection of dolls made entirely from fabric. This work helps you create an heirloom, revisit favorite childhood memories, or just experience the joy of giving life to a few simple pieces of fabric through the art of cloth doll-making. It shows you how to form the body, paint the face, make and style the hair, and costume the doll.

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