'doll' tag - CraftStylish
I love Asian arts and crafts. I made this doll for my youngest daughter who shares the same passion. This doll is made with paper clay, washi paper, paint, and tissue paper.
Made by recycling gloves that don't have pairs. Stuff glove with polyfill up to wrist. Just tie pinky finger around the wrist of the glove leaving a space for head, stuff head and tie...
With some inexpensive one size fits all gloves and mittens, you can make your favorite Blythe doll this ultra cool hat for Halloween. It's a beginner's sewing project that takes under an hour...
Here is a doll ornament I recently designed. I have posted the free pattern for you here: http://www.squidoo.com/freedollornamentcrochetpattern . Enjoy!
Amigurumi doll I made for my Etsy shop. I am working on a pattern for a smaller version. This one stands about 5 inches tall.
These are a small sample of the doll characters I design in miniature size pattern free. from clothespins. All are made and designed by me personally.
a little beret I just finished for my Blythes. It kind of looks like a
little Hershey's Kiss Elf hat so of course the name "Kisses from
Elvish" seemed appropriate. It's simple enough that a...
I just finished this lacy cloche style hat for my Blythe this morning and posted the pattern on my Blog. The pattern is simple enough for a beginner to make one up in just over an hour!
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