Eeer... as much as I love your finished product, I tried to make it today using the tutorial... and something in the measurements is *still* off. I agree with the person who said it was really hard to make... I've been trying for the better part of four hours and not having any luck because of pieces that just aren't matching up with one another.
If I figure out anything that would help other people before I finish this, I'll post.
How would I go about finding a children's shelter that would accept quilts? I live rather far away and I need a way to get rid of a lot of my scraps, but most of the places I have called won't take donations.
Other than making your own pattern, I don't know where you'd get one specifically for Little Souls. But, if you look in the crafts section of the pattern books at your local fabric store, OOAK and soft-sculpt dolls are currently all the rage.
I'm trying to push paper mache pulp into a human face shaped mask, but it won't stay together when I take it back out. It takes days to dry, and the part facing the mold won't actually dry completely. No matter how much glue I use (I've tried actually soaking the pulp in a pot of flour and water), it crumbles when I try to remove it.
Is the mold at fault, and will it never work? Are some newspapers not suitable for paper mache? Should I just try to use really thin strips instead of pulp? Help please...