Penny Dreadful E-Pattern by Arley Berryhill, Cloth Doll Artist (Note: This is an electronic pdf only. There are no refunds on electronic files) Click here to see all of Arley's E-Patterns: https://www.etsy.com/shop/AforArtistic?ref=seller-platform-mcnav&search_query=arley PENNY DREADFUL cloth doll pattern in PDF form you download and print yourself. This is a pattern & instructions for making this 18” tall cloth “stump” doll with bustle dress. PENNY DREADFUL is perfect for a gothic, vampire…
After sculpting the doll face you’re happy with, there’s another hurdle to overcome - bringing it to life with painting. I see some doll makers and students of mine struggle with this. Painting could make your sculpture look livelier, more realistic. So how to achieve that? Today I want to share som
A hairstyle, that your doll wears, is such an important element shaping the whole character of a doll. It’s even more fun if you could change the hair depending on the doll’s costume or your mood! In either case, the big questions remain. How to attach doll hair? And how to make a wig for a doll? So
PDF Download A cloth doll pattern, with four part sculpted face and mitt hands. About 18" high with full instructions, diagrams and photos of the whole process to make this lovely doll. First shown in 'My Weekly' magazine in 2007 as a craft project. Fantasy cloth doll - add wings to make her a fairy.