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Sewing Patterns Cloth Doll Deer Doll Pattern PDF Instant Download Sewing Pattern Doll Making Deer Doll Tutorial Fairy Godmother Paula McGee

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Sewing Patterns Cloth Doll Deer Doll Pattern PDF Instant Download Sewing Pattern Doll Making Deer Doll Tutorial Fairy Godmother Paula McGee

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  • Craft type: Doll making, Dollhouses & miniatures, Painting, Scrapbooking, Sewing
  • Instant Digital Download: 3 PDF included
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Deer Miss Millicent Moonacre Fawnheel is a 24 inch tall cloth art doll.

This is a fun doll to make and I believe a beginner could do it but would need prior doll making experience and sewing knowledge.

patterns by Paula McGee

This is a digital file download. The doll has fancy beaded knee joints, an amazingly easy to craft crown made of paper cut scrolls and flourishes.
The crown is made using precut chipboard or scrapbooking supplies. (the crown in photos above was constructed using my base template cut of cardstock then I applied several scroll and filigree pieces to finish the crown)
I have designed an included template for the crown, which fits Miss Deer's head, as a base to use in constructing your crown.
You may decorate your crown base (my designed template that fits dolls head and instructions provided in the pdf) with any embellishments your heart desires.

Last Photo is representative of the pages in this download. Shows part of the three pages that deal with the crown and headdress. The actual pdf is in high resolution. 28 pages total in 3 PDF files.

She has a flat tab head style with stylized face. Pattern includes face template (to be cut) and instructions with step by step photo how to's.
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Materials List:
Fabric Choices (read Note): (NOTE: You may use several print and solid fabrics on the dolls body-arms-legs-head-antlers and as long the pieces are all in the beige/tan/tea-stained color family it will all blend nicely. You may have fabrics in your stash that will work or
to save time use a matching fat quarter pack. As Always I love using stripes for the legs and certainly a polka dot in there somewhere as well).

Head & Arms – medium or light tea dye cotton – 1 fat quarter or scrap pieces
Body – neutral print such as a beige leaf print – 1 fat quarter or scrap piece
Antlers – neutral print – 1 fat quarter or scrap piece
Legs – stripe or dot to match the costume fabrics – 1 fat quarter or scrap pieces
Corset – a fat quarter or sample sized piece of a heavy fabric – tapestry,velveteen, upholstery type fabrics
Skirt Waist – 28” x 5.5” inch rectangle of fabric
Jumper – fat quarter, quilters cotton Stripe or Print

Other supplies: Crown – Paper scrolls and flourishes, paper “corners” for tiara shapes (look in scrapbooking section of
craft store)
Cardstock for cutting crown base,
Acrylic Paint – White Metallic-Iridescent Medium,
Glitter,
Triple Thick
Crystal Clear Glaze spray,
Tacky Glue,
Lace for skullcap– scraps of bridal lace are perfect for this,
2 large beads for the knees,
Bead caps large enough to fit the knee beads and to fit the leg ends as well,
Lace-insertion or hem tape lace – one quarter to half inch wide

Face Ingredients: Acrylic Paint – WHITE, ANTIQUE WHITE, Prismacolor Pencils – GOLDENROD, BEIGE,
WHITE, NECTAR, HENNA, CRIMSON RED, LIGHT UMBER, DARK BROWN, Artist Markers –
SHARPIE/BLACK/ULTRA FINE POINT, FABER-CASTELL – PITT ARTIST PEN – size: S (0.3) – SEPIA (I get
the 4 pack of these pens and I get the brush tip pen with that set), FABER-CASTELL – PITT ARTIST PEN – size:
BRUSH TIP – SEPIA, Krylon Clear Acrylic Sealer Spray – Gloss or satin, Chenille Stem Wires – White – 18 inches long – for
Antlers
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COPYRIGHT:
The Celestial Momma's Pattern was designed by Paula McGee, copyright 2015. All rights reserved. Do not distribute this pattern electronically or in hard copy.

SELLING WHAT YOU MAKE:
* The items must be made by hand, no mass production.
* Items must be made by the individual who purchased the pattern (retain your receipt).
* Credit is given to Paula McGee as the pattern designer on a tag affixed to each item.
* Online listings must contain a direct link to where the pattern can be purchased.
* You may alter the pattern but All terms still apply.

Love from your Faerie DollMother, Paula McGee
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P.S. This doll is designed by myself and this pattern is a Paula's Doll House Original sewing pattern that I typed, drew, redrew, photographed and edited, fretted and toiled over at my little sewing studio in my humble little cottage which sits in the hills of Arkansas, USA.

P.S.S. EU buyers be aware of the VAT (a tax) that your country charges on instantly downloadable files such as digital patterns.
Deer Miss Millicent Moonacre Fawnheel is a 24 inch tall cloth art doll.

This is a fun doll to make and I believe a beginner could do it but would need prior doll making experience and sewing knowledge.

patterns by Paula McGee

This is a digital file download. The doll has fancy beaded knee joints, an amazingly easy to craft crown made of paper cut scrolls and flourishes.
The crown is made using precut chipboard or scrapbooking supplies. (the crown in photos above was constructed using my base template cut of cardstock then I applied several scroll and filigree pieces to finish the crown)
I have designed an included template for the crown, which fits Miss Deer's head, as a base to use in constructing your crown.
You may decorate your crown base (my designed template that fits dolls head and instructions provided in the pdf) with any embellishments your heart desires.

Last Photo is representative of the pages in this download. Shows part of the three pages that deal with the crown and headdress. The actual pdf is in high resolution. 28 pages total in 3 PDF files.

She has a flat tab head style with stylized face. Pattern includes face template (to be cut) and instructions with step by step photo how to's.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Materials List:
Fabric Choices (read Note): (NOTE: You may use several print and solid fabrics on the dolls body-arms-legs-head-antlers and as long the pieces are all in the beige/tan/tea-stained color family it will all blend nicely. You may have fabrics in your stash that will work or
to save time use a matching fat quarter pack. As Always I love using stripes for the legs and certainly a polka dot in there somewhere as well).

Head & Arms – medium or light tea dye cotton – 1 fat quarter or scrap pieces
Body – neutral print such as a beige leaf print – 1 fat quarter or scrap piece
Antlers – neutral print – 1 fat quarter or scrap piece
Legs – stripe or dot to match the costume fabrics – 1 fat quarter or scrap pieces
Corset – a fat quarter or sample sized piece of a heavy fabric – tapestry,velveteen, upholstery type fabrics
Skirt Waist – 28” x 5.5” inch rectangle of fabric
Jumper – fat quarter, quilters cotton Stripe or Print

Other supplies: Crown – Paper scrolls and flourishes, paper “corners” for tiara shapes (look in scrapbooking section of
craft store)
Cardstock for cutting crown base,
Acrylic Paint – White Metallic-Iridescent Medium,
Glitter,
Triple Thick
Crystal Clear Glaze spray,
Tacky Glue,
Lace for skullcap– scraps of bridal lace are perfect for this,
2 large beads for the knees,
Bead caps large enough to fit the knee beads and to fit the leg ends as well,
Lace-insertion or hem tape lace – one quarter to half inch wide

Face Ingredients: Acrylic Paint – WHITE, ANTIQUE WHITE, Prismacolor Pencils – GOLDENROD, BEIGE,
WHITE, NECTAR, HENNA, CRIMSON RED, LIGHT UMBER, DARK BROWN, Artist Markers –
SHARPIE/BLACK/ULTRA FINE POINT, FABER-CASTELL – PITT ARTIST PEN – size: S (0.3) – SEPIA (I get
the 4 pack of these pens and I get the brush tip pen with that set), FABER-CASTELL – PITT ARTIST PEN – size:
BRUSH TIP – SEPIA, Krylon Clear Acrylic Sealer Spray – Gloss or satin, Chenille Stem Wires – White – 18 inches long – for
Antlers
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

COPYRIGHT:
The Celestial Momma's Pattern was designed by Paula McGee, copyright 2015. All rights reserved. Do not distribute this pattern electronically or in hard copy.

SELLING WHAT YOU MAKE:
* The items must be made by hand, no mass production.
* Items must be made by the individual who purchased the pattern (retain your receipt).
* Credit is given to Paula McGee as the pattern designer on a tag affixed to each item.
* Online listings must contain a direct link to where the pattern can be purchased.
* You may alter the pattern but All terms still apply.

Love from your Faerie DollMother, Paula McGee
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

P.S. This doll is designed by myself and this pattern is a Paula's Doll House Original sewing pattern that I typed, drew, redrew, photographed and edited, fretted and toiled over at my little sewing studio in my humble little cottage which sits in the hills of Arkansas, USA.

P.S.S. EU buyers be aware of the VAT (a tax) that your country charges on instantly downloadable files such as digital patterns.

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Thank you so much, from your Faerie DollMother, Paula

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I don't accept returns, exchanges, or cancellations

But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.

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I always do my best to pack dolls securely and safely in the shipping containers.

Due to the nature of the sales of digital goods, we do not issue refunds once patterns have been ordered.

We may be able to work something out if a doll needs a repair because of a shipping disaster. But only on an individual basis. Customer will be responsible for all shipping costs to and from the studio.

Thank you so much, from your Faerie DollMother, Paula

Additional policies

I accept custom orders.
So when you see a doll you love or even one of my patterns and have no intentions of sewing one yourself, I will make one for you.
First come first served. Depending on the season and my workload determines how long your wait will be. Usually 6 to 10 weeks.

Thank you so much, from your Faerie DollMother, Paula

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