Tuesday, June 21, 2011
I then printed it out onto fabric after scanning into my computer, using freezer paper backed muslin.
Upper body is attached, and body front and back sewn together.
I spent a huge amount of time on this doll, considering I don't love her!!! LOL! Sure was fun though, and next time I think I will draw my designs directly onto a stuffed form.
This is a design I drew in the 60's (Yes, I am OLD!!) I did many many of these, and this is the only one that survived, and it has some water damage and is only part of the picture.
This is a doll I made using my own drawn designs onto paper, printed onto fabric and then fused with Timtex. She is a flattie I created for Woman challenge sponsored about 7 years ago by Dianne McDonald.
She is one sided, and the designs are of a rather personal nature, and tell a story.