Sunday, May 6, 2012

Stump Doll " The Beginning"



I've had this pattern for over a year now called "MADAME" by Arley Berryhill. This will be my first "Stump" doll. I usually give them legs, but this doll is in a full length, tight dress. No legs needed.

I'm determined to finish this doll. I will post how far I get each day. 



Supplies Needed

  • Pattern "MADAME" by Arley Berryhill
  • "Skin" Fabric 15"x20" I like to use high quality quilting muslin
  • Body/Dress Fabric 1/2 yard (woven cotton, satin, brocade or metallic can be used. I'm using bridle satin, it is sturdier that other satin's and is easier to sew with.
  • Polyester stuffing for the body.
  • Wire - 16 to 21 gauge for armature 21"
  • Water soluble chalk pencil
  • Good fabric scissors
  • Sewing machine
  • Thread that matches your fabric





CLICK HERE TO SEE THE FINISHED DOLL. I changed her name to"Countess Monte
Carlo"

3 comments:

Laura said...

Hello from Australia. I just came across Madame's pattern home on the intjernet, the found your post. Did you follow up on how she turned out? ...Laura

Laura said...

How did she turn out? ...Laura

Ginger Burch said...

Hi Laura, I just put a link to the page that shows the Madame doll done. I did change her name to Countess Monte Carlo. Thank you for your question.

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