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Here are the top ten articles for the Doll Making Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Make Slippers for 18 Inch Dolls
I've been wanting to try my hand at making doll shoes for some time. What I came up with, after a lot of trial and error, is very simple and doesn't require any expensive supplies.
2. Preserving Doll Patterns
Here is an idea for making sturdier patterns that last longer and a great way to store them.
3. Make a Slip for 18 To 21 Inch Dolls
This is a simple, basic pattern which can be made into a slip, or, with a little imagination it can be a summer dress, a prom dress or even a nightgown.
4. The Doll Making Shop
I've added a few new items and removed some that are no longer available. Enjoy!
5. Spring Holiday Dress Pattern
Here is a pattern for a Spring dress that will fit American Girl type dolls.
6. 12 to 13 Inch Baby Doll Dress Pattern
Here are pattern pieces for making dresses to fit 12 inch Corolle Calin and Tidoo, 13 inch Gotz Muffin and baby dolls with similar body types.
7. Flower Girl Dress for 18 Inch Dolls
With the Spring wedding season soon upon us, your doll would love to be dressed as one of the wedding party. If you have a little flower girl in your family it would be a particularly lovely idea to make a dress for her doll to match hers.
8. American Girl Type Dolls - Spring Dresses
Spring or Easter dress to fit 18 inch American Girl, Corolle, Gotz Precious Day Girl and similar size dolls.
9. Care For Your Doll's Hair
I received a question this week from a reader about cleaning her doll's hair, so I thought I would address this issue in an article. The short answer to how you should clean your doll's hair is: it depends!
10. Fabric Softener Doll Hair Treatment
In this article we are going to concentrate on what is commonly known in doll collecting circles as a "Downy Dunk."
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