sewing machine (or hand sewing) stuff
and a printer.
First find pictures you like online (although it might be really cute to make family members dolls)
Next cut muslin and freezer paper to printer paper size. (note freezer paper is not wax paper, look for freezer paper next to the aluminum foil)
Iron your muslin onto the shiny side of the freezer paper. Pop it in your ink jet printer
Print onto the muslin.(please note this will not work in a laser jet printer)
Peal off the freezer paper. Iron right on top of your print, I dont know if the heat makes some kind of heat seal but if you dont do this it will bleed in the wash.
Next cut out your doll leaving seam and puffiness allowance and trace it again making a backing. (Next time I think im going to do a cotton color to match the print)
Pint right sides together and stitch around.
Turn right side out and add stuff with fluff. (Oh pooh bear is out in the theater, how cute would pooh bear be?!)
Sew bottom closed and there you have it pillow dolls! Perfect for kids of all ages.
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