Added Jul 26, 2012
sew the arms shut. sew the the torso with the arms in place were you want to put them. sew tiny breasts to the torso if you want to. i used an oval shape and ran stitches up the middle to seperate them. leave a hole in the bottom of the torso to stuff it. sew a piece of the dress fabric around the torso for the bodice part of the dress. sew the head together with a hole in the hair line to stuff it. sew the hair how you want it onto the head. i used the curly wig and flipped the back upside down and left the front in correct position. stitch facial features in or just paint them on. i used black thread for the eyes and the line in the mouth. i painted lips and blush on. put the head aside.
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