Yesterday at the craft show, a customer wanted to custom order a doll an 8 year old girl. No face and no coffee staining. Blonde hair. The rest was up to me.
I went through my patterns and decided to use a doll pattern from Sweet Meadows Farm called "Mamma's Breakfast". I made her with tan muslin since I couldn't coffee stain her. Here's a link to the pattern I used. You MUST see the pattern, to see how much you can do with a little imagination and different fabric.
I have so much fabric that I've been trying to use up what I have, without buying more. I thought a school print fabric would work great for an 8 year old girl. And, I gave her an apron so she has something to dress her with. I haven't attached the name tag yet cause I can't find my hole puncher.
I have a bunch of prim black dolls in the works and STILL have to finish up the boy dolls. They're waiting soooooo patiently. :)
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