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Start with a bejeweled goddess made from an easy “napkin” fold. Then try Pamela Hastings’ angelic “Clarity” doll, Arlinka Blair’s “Kuba Spirit” dressed in bold African textiles, and others. “Go beyond what you usually think of as cloth dolls and create a wonderfully imaginative collection of figures.”—Doll Castle News. “A good buy for large public libraries and textile col Start with a bejeweled goddess made from an easy “napkin” fold. Then try Pamela Hastings’ angelic “Clarity” doll, Arlinka Blair’s “Kuba Spirit” dressed in bold African textiles, and others. “Go beyond what you usually think of as cloth dolls and create a wonderfully imaginative collection of figures.”—Doll Castle News. “A good buy for large public libraries and textile collections.”—Library Journal.


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Start with a bejeweled goddess made from an easy “napkin” fold. Then try Pamela Hastings’ angelic “Clarity” doll, Arlinka Blair’s “Kuba Spirit” dressed in bold African textiles, and others. “Go beyond what you usually think of as cloth dolls and create a wonderfully imaginative collection of figures.”—Doll Castle News. “A good buy for large public libraries and textile col Start with a bejeweled goddess made from an easy “napkin” fold. Then try Pamela Hastings’ angelic “Clarity” doll, Arlinka Blair’s “Kuba Spirit” dressed in bold African textiles, and others. “Go beyond what you usually think of as cloth dolls and create a wonderfully imaginative collection of figures.”—Doll Castle News. “A good buy for large public libraries and textile collections.”—Library Journal.

33 review for Making Creative Cloth Dolls

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kiirsi Hellewell

    I did not enjoy this book. The ONLY thing I liked about it was the "Energy" doll pattern and one person's "Robot" interpretation. Every single other pattern was downright scary, in my opinion. If you like this sort of thing (creepy, voodoo-looking dolls), you will love this book. If you don't like it, you won't. I did not enjoy this book. The ONLY thing I liked about it was the "Energy" doll pattern and one person's "Robot" interpretation. Every single other pattern was downright scary, in my opinion. If you like this sort of thing (creepy, voodoo-looking dolls), you will love this book. If you don't like it, you won't.

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