She turned out great, well done. Hugs Yvonne
she's adorable - what did you use for her hair?
I used Lion brand Homespun yarn, I think it's called Sierra. I liked the goldilocks look the yarn gave the doll. My family has a lot of red-haired and golden-haired members and I bet the little girl will have something close to either of these colors eventually.
I tried what Suedewsbury suggested and wrapped the yarn around a hardbound book. I first took some press-n-tearaway stabilizer and cut two 4-inch strips, then took rubber bands to hold the first strip down, with sticky side up. After wrapping the yarn, I aded the second sticky strip with the sticky side down. Sewing was easier this way, preventing any misteps under the needle plate. Thanks for asking. Sue's designs are fantastically easy to use!
That sounds a really good tip - thanks.
She's adorable :)
she is adorable you did a great job.
Well done! Isn't it great when the recipients really loves the gift?
Great job Sue - hugs Yvonne
Sue, I sure owe you a great big hug for the delightful doll you digitized! I sure appreciate your hard work and your generous nature in sharing your talent with us Cuties here! I enjoy handmaking gifts for family and friends; it shows them that I put a lot of thought into what I give and it's from my hands and heart to theirs.
she is so cute
The very Best gift ! I love making things for others. It allows us time to think of those we are making for.Best to watch them recieve. Thanks for sharing.
And you know it's unique and they'll remember you always when they see it, knowing they are loved. Yes, we are sisters in spirit here, aren't we?
THE PEFECT GIFT!
Fantastic, what more could you ask.
She looks so cute and you have done an amazing job. Just the making of all the breads would need hours...
Way to go:):) it so nice when someone loves what u make hugs carolyn