Sunday, April 6, 2008

ClothesPin Doll Tutorial




I hope you have all had a wonderful day! It has been 70 degrees here today and we sure took advantage of it. We grilled out at Mom and Dad's and then I came home and did some chores outside. I hope you guys enjoy this tutorial on how to make clothespin dolls.


Supplies:


Old wood Clothespin


stained muslin


other fabric for apron and bonnet


twine


Begin by tearing your muslin into a 6 x 4 inch piece; fold it in half and sew up the short side. Turn inside out and sew a gathering stitch on the long edge. Place around the clothespin at the fat end and pull tight and tie off. Rip a piece about 2 1/2 by 3 1/2 for your apron and tie around the waist. Tear a small rectangle for the bonnet and tie a string around it. Enjoy!


Jill

2 comments:

Lori said...

Jill!~~~~
Man Gurl you are a busy little bee!! LOL!!
Love your clothes-pin doll!!
Thanks for sharing with me....I'll have to make some up and stick here and there!!! Enjoy your week!!

Many Blessings to You......
Lori Hull
The olde Primitive House

Gayle said...

Jill - I just saw some clothespin dolls on a website and thought how fun it would be to make some! It'll happen for SURE now! Thanks so much for sharing the instructions!
Gayle