These selections abound in patterns for puppets, teddy bears, and adorable dolls, plus helpful sewing guides.
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|Make Your Own Plush Pals |
by Victoria Maderna
Six easy-to-make plush creatures can be customized to form a myriad of individual characters. This engaging guide shows how to create Little Lambert, Cubefish, Wingbunny, and three other adorable toys.
|Make Your Own Dress Patterns |
by Adele P. Margolis
A nationally acclaimed sewing expert provides simple, step-by-step directions and more than 1,000 illustrations for making clothes for work, home, and play — everything from stylish skirts, dresses, and jackets to children's clothing.
|Historic American Costumes and How to Make Them |
by Mary Evans
Easy-to-use illustrated handbook presents step-by-step instructions and patterns for clothes and accessories from colonial times through the Civil War. A bonus CD features every pattern in vector files.
|101 Hand Puppets: A Beginner's Guide to Puppeteering |
by Richard Cummings
Simple instructions show puppeteers how to create Robert Robot, Perky Pup, Gordo the Wizard, Pat the Policeman, and dozens of other delightful personalities. Scripts for 3 plays. Over 60 black-and-white illustrations.
|Easy-to-Make Storybook Dolls: A "Novel" Approach to Cloth Dollmaking |
by Sherralyn St. Clair
Favorite fictional characters come alive in this unique beginner's dollmaking guide. Includes patterns for Pollyanna, Dorothy from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Mary of The Secret Garden, plus easy-to-follow instructions, 263 black-and-white illustrations, and an 8-page color insert.