Added Aug 21, 2014
So… this doll’s name is Yuki-chan. She’s Japanese (I hope you can tell by looking at her) and she is wearing simple kimono. She is a little bit too thin – it was quite hard to stuff her. I used pieces of old fabrics that I found around my house. Pattern in made by me.
Actually it’s not my first doll. When I was a primary school pupil I made two girl-like puppets. First one – for myself and then second one for my friend because she asked me to. It was very hand made cos I didn’t use sewing machine. :)
Some old cotton pieces I found at home.
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