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Sunday, September 12, 2010

CHURCH DOLLS

I had such a fun weekend. I fell in love with these little guys when making them. These are Church Dolls and the pattern is from Down Memory Lane. On the pattern is says, “This is an interpretation of church Dolls children used to have in church to play with in times past.” I have a very special little girl who I thought would like these.

I had so much fun making those in the first picture for a little girl, that I made these for the little boys next door. Note the boy’s hair. What a hoot it was making these.

Here they all are, tucked into their little carrying pouches. The pattern also includes directions for making a blanket to tuck into one end pocket and a notebook to tuck into the other end pocket.

Here are all three of the little carrying pouches ready for those special children. I hope you all enjoyed your weekend as much as I did.
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Don’t forget the annual Harvest Shop Hop is Sept. 18, 20-25. Stop by the Attic Window Quilt Shop and register. When you register you get a passport, pin, bag and, as always, a free pattern from each shop. Ten shops are participating and there will be daily drawings, grand prizes, and baskets of goodies.
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Erik Homemade has a new Christmas mystery tutorial. Check it out.

Until next time,
Caroll



6 comments:

Nancy-Jane said...

Wonderful dolls...kids will love them.

Nancy said...

How cute are these. I have never seen them before and now want to make them.

Mama Pea said...

Those dolls are really cute! I can see why you fell in love with them.

Allie said...

What a fabulous idea -those are just darling! You did a great job on these, I love the boy's hair!

Linda said...

Cute, cute, cute!!! Wish I'd had these when I was a girl!

Shasta said...

These are adorable. What a great idea!

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