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African Ndebele Stump Body Doll.pdf
By Rebecca & Co

  • $10.00
  • 16"
  • PDF
  • Beginner

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PDF pattern of a "stump" body doll. This doll is the artists interpretation of the African Ndebele doll. She was designed and used as a quilt retreat project. Very easy body to create. Plastic pellets are used in the base so the doll will stand alone. Great fun to use all the fancy trims and vibrant fabrics. Yarn hair braids woven with gold wired thread.
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Rebecca & Co

As a fiber artist I have been making fabric dolls, toys, wall hangings, and quilts since I was a small child. With an Art Degree and years of painting and sewing I began creating "fabric pictures". I realized there was a need for new and easy to follow patterns, so I created my business, Rebecca McGovern and began an exciting career of design. My patterns are designed for beginning sewers to the more experienced. My wall hangings are made using the easy fusible web method of machine applique. Wall hangings are made small so completed patterns can be done in a day. Some patterns have an alphabet included in case you want to be creative and change the words. Doll patterns come in all sizes and difficulty. Lucy and the Angel Noel are for beginners, but perfect for any kid to drag around and play with. Maggie Mae is a best seller baby doll. Gracie is just a wonderful little girl doll who's outfits will fit the popular American doll. I strongly believe anyone can achieve success with any of these patterns. Let your imagination shine and the creativity inside you flow. And while your at it, sew yourself a memory!!!