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scanned from my private collection TABLE OF CONTENTS
General Instructions for Doll
Making a Slip
Making Ribbon Roses
Cotton the clown
Maggie the Peddler
Gabrilla the Angel
Title: Clothespin Dress-Up Dolls: 7 Collectible Dolls Dressed with Old-Fashioned Charm and Beauty Author: Georgia Schuessler
Publication Date: TPB:1982
Publisher: Plaid Enterprises, Inc., Norcross, GA
Page Count: 23
Book Dimensions(ht. x w.): 11" x 8 1/2"
PATTERN RATING: Patterns are full-size, but because they are necessarily small, do not have a lot of marks to help the crafter. Clothing is glued, not sewn to the figures.
INSTRUCTION RATING: Instructions are broken down into steps, and you get good illustration with parts of each project to help you over the more difficult parts.
SUMMARY- I really liked the design of the basic design of the clothespin doll - it takes 4 old-fashioned clothespins and a wood bead to make each doll. I wasn't crazy about the projects themselves, but your mileage, of course, may vary.
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