Sock Doll Workshop

Sock Doll Workshop

30 Delightful Dolls to Create and Cherish

Book - 1995
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Sock dolls aren't what they used to be! Although as simple as ever to make, this collection of 30 charmers features original design elements that bring a whole new level of interest to a popular craft. Create one (or a whole friendly crowd) of sock dolls using a pair or two of socks, a needle and thread, and a little yarn and stuffing. In no time at all (and at almost no expense), reap the pleasure of crafting delightful characters such as Heidi the downhill skier, a cuddly bear, Merry Anne the carrot-topped rag doll, the teen-age sweater twins, or Costume Kids-dolls dressed like a lion and a dinosaur! Each of the 30 projects specifies the kind of socks and notions you'll need, and is presented with clear directions and illustrations that even beginners can follow. In addition, you'll find drawings of types of stitches to use, suggestions about how to paint or sew faces, hints for stuffing, for creating hair-even tips on shopping for socks. If you can thread a needle, you can make a sock doll. The only hard part is deciding which of these irresistible pals to make first! Book jacket.
Publisher: Asheville, N.C. : Lark Books, 1995
ISBN: 9780937274941
Branch Call Number: 745/.592/21/Cra 359401
Characteristics: 112 p. : ill. (some col.)


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Nov 03, 2012

I was saddened that this book has gone missing. There is no other "Sock Doll Book" like this one. The book is probably not replaceable because it came out in 1995. It was a wonderful book to turn socks into dolls for little girls. The ballerina was a delightful one to make for an aspiring little girl.

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