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1  Re: The Ongoing Poppet-Along in Craftalongs by Shadesofme on: July 06, 2010 12:40:39 AM
Yeah, they just don't come out as envisioned sometimes.  I made this elf with the intention of bright red or orange hair, but she wants the green fur instead, now I think she looks like a boy.



He/she is *really* cute. do you have a tute/ pattern for the ears?


Smiley I have officially cut out my pieces. They looks so small, I hope  didn't mess up there. I want my poppet to be able to where all those cute poppety clothes.

I'm using a pair of pants I got at a clothing swap. Probably a size three pant. really,really small. I think it's enough fabric.  It's a tight slightly stretchy knit. It's not t-shirt or anything. do you guys think the "fuzzier" or the smoother side looks best on dolls?
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