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Muslin Dolls that were Sewn - Handmade Fabric Dolls

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This is my "Autumn Mommy" doll holding her baby pumpkin.

 

GO EAGLES! I made a hat and scarf from fleece fabric and stitch an eagles emblem on each. Don't they look like real hats and scarves you can buy at a store in your size?

 

This is my "Miss Prim Pumpkin Spice."  I just love naming my handmade dolls.

 

You can add ears to just about any muslin doll that you've made, and you've got a bunny!  You can also add wire in the ears to make them stick up more. Paint or blush brush the center of the ear to make them look more realistic.

 

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During Christmas time I wanted to make something special and different for my pastor and his family so I stitched up some nativity dolls, Mary holding baby Jesus, and Joseph.

 

This is Meghan, my Irish Nurse doll!

 

Here is another handmade little red-headed Irish doll. She is carrying a basket full of fabric clovers!

 

 

Early cloth doll bodies were homemade with scraps of fabric.  Nothing was thrown out or wasted back then.  Most were constructed with a front and a back including legs. The arms were attached separately. One piece body dolls were produced commercially in the early 1800's in many European countries.  By 1840 muslin bodies were being made that could sit. Click here for more history of the muslin doll.

 

This nurse doll I made was inspired by using patriotic colors.

 

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