Quick Rag DollsThese little dolls are brilliant for unexpected young guests because they are so quick to make. You can use materials that most people have around the house and the children can have fun making them with you.
Dapper Dad DollMirror, mirror, on the wall...You're the best dad of them all! Show your dad how special he is by creating a mirror image of him and capturing his personality in a doll. A simple pattern plus 10 easy steps, make this a project you will enjoy creating every stitch of the way.
Red Heel Sock MermaidThis is Elsy she is made from Red Heel Socks, the kind used for sock monkeys. I used one sock for her body and sewed it into a fish shape. Then I cut her arms and mouth from the other sock. Hand stitch the fins. Her hair is that twisty yarn used for scarves.
Miniature Dollhouse DollsMake your own miniature doll characters to put in any doll house, book shelf, or just as a gift to someone special!
Solo Cup Doll Lamp with InstructionsHere is a Solo cup doll lamp or night light. This lamp is made with clear solo drinking cups, a craft doll, and clear Christmas tree lights.
We now have complete instructions!
Fleece Doll Bunny SlippersThis simple no-sew project promises to keep a baby doll's feet toasty during winter months. You can do this project in conjunction with the baby doll blanket for a original gift set that little girls will treasure.
Clothespin Puppets on a StickRound-headed peg clothespins have been a quick crafts staple for decades - so much so that many crafting supply companies package them as 'crafting pins' or some similar name.
Hair Accessory DollAre you tired of helping your daughter search for her hair clips and scrunchies? I have the perfect solution. Make her a doll to hang on the wall or door and she can put them there.