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For these patterns you may wish to obtain some of the materials needed from local thrift stores, rummage sales, flea markets, or Goodwill stores.  Here are some of the items needed that can be purchased at one of the places noted above or bought new.

 

 

Tea Party Doll Collection

Free Primitive & Country Patterns

 

Tea Party Dolls are all dressed up and ready for a Tea Party.  All patterns come with a tea party invitation suitable for sending.  Most tea party dolls are specifically made to sit and as such their patterns call for a lamp shade of a suitable size (specified in patterns).  The lamp shade not only works great for a "hoop skirt" but also acts as a stand for the dolls.

Danielle

 

 

Danielle is the first in this wonderful new Lillie Mae's Crafts Collection called....Tea Party Doll Collection.  Isn't she just gorgeous.  Creating her was so much fun, and I'm sure you will love working with this pattern too...and putting your own special touch on her.  I have included everything in the pattern including how to color her facial features, where to purchase the straw hats, and so much more. You will not believe what is being used to create her "hoop skirt" and her "stand" so that she stands without any assistance at all.  And....what I used for her hair you will not believe...so easy.  She's beautiful and so much fun.  She would make a beautiful heirloom for your family...to be handed down through the generations. just remember to sign her when have her finished.

 

New Techniques: 

1.  Facial Feature template and colored in with colored pencils and acrylic paint.

2.  Round head and then attached to body.

3.  Will learn to create (or actually will learn what to use) hoop skirt and stand for doll.

 

To print see instructions on Printing Instructions page.

 

If you are using any of these patterns to create something for a child,

please read this first.  Childproofing Patterns

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rosie

 

Rosie is all dressed up in her best dress with matching hat and her brand new black patent leather shoes.  She is ready for a tea party.

 

To print see instructions on Printing Instructions page.

 

If you are using any of these patterns to create something for a child,

please read this first.  Childproofing Patterns

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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