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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • Princess Askara
  • About the Designer
  • Introduction
  • Tools, Tips, and Techniques
  • Mimi's Hints for Dollmakers
    • Marking Patterns
    • Cutting the Fabric
    • Sewing the Dollskin
    • Stuffing Techniques
    • Sculpting Techniques
    • Sealing Techniques
    • Joints
    • Hair
    • Eyes
    • Dolls For Children
    • Miscellaneous
    • Before You Start
    • Signing Your Work
    • Photographing Your Work
    • Cleaning Your Doll
    • License to Reproduce
  • Materials and Sources
  • Picture-by-Picture Instructions
    • Introduction
    • Sewing
    • Finishing the Arm
    • Stuffing and Sculpting the Head
    • Painting the Eyes
    • Finishing the Head
    • Stuffing the Body
    • Sculpting the Body
    • Hair Styles
    • Finishing
  • Clothes Make the Woman
    • Introduction
    • Underwear/swimwear
    • Askara's Sarong
    • Tank Top
    • Designer Jeans/Slacks/Shorts
    • Man Tailored Shirt with Variations
    • Sandals
    • Rusty's Boots
    • Crocheted Jacket/Vest
  • PATTERNS
  • CERTIFICATE
  • VICTORIA ROSE

Title: Mimi's EARTH ANGELS, Volume 1: 24 inch Cloth Doll with Basic Contemporary Clothing
Author: Gloria J. "Mimi" Winer
Publication Date: Spiralbound:1986
Publisher: Karres Planning Corp., Marietta, GA
Page Count: 207
Book Dimensions(ht. x w.): 11" x 8 1/2"
ISBN: 0-940207-01-X

PATTERN RATING:Star Rating. Patterns are full-size, and well marked to aid the crafter. The entire book is geared to create a really nicely sculpted 24" doll. An added insert gives you the same patterns sized for a 17" doll.

INSTRUCTION RATING:Star Rating. The sewing instructions really are picture-by-picture, as advertised. Despite the complexity of the doll, these instructions make putting it together easy. I was really impressed!

SUMMARY- There is excellent value in this book if you are looking to make a more modern-looking cloth doll. The needlesculpted facial features add a lot, and while the hand has two fingers attached to each other, it isn't appreciably noticeable in the photos.