Cloth Doll EPattern - DH121E - Amadine PDF

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Amandine was originally designed for DEANNA HOGAN'S 2014 Hoffman Challenge doll entry, and is a great way to show off coordinated quilting fabrics. She is made from a good quality woven fabric like tightly woven muslin. Standing about 15-16 inches tall, her face is needle sculpted and her facial features are painted in acrylics and shaded with colored pencils and powder blush. She has sewn, lightly stuffed and attached ears. Her hair is Tibetan lamb on the hide, made into a wig and sewn in place. Her hands are a realistic mitt design, with sewn finger divisions. Her clothing is removable. She is intended for display or very gentle play. She does not stand alone, but uses a doll stand.

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