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Mop Doll

Posted by shrunkmolly (My Page) on
Thu, Jun 8, 06 at 12:35

anyone know how to make a doll made out of a mop???


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Hi Shrunkmolly..I found my pattern for making a mop doll. If you are still wanting it I can send it to you. Let me know.
Marsha


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could someone send me the mop doll instructions?Ijustsaw one and it is fascinating. i would love to make one or a pair for a doll collecting friend


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I just gave my mop doll away last week.She has been hanging in my sewing room for years,and i was going to give her to the goodwill,but my DIL wanted it,so i gave it to her.
Kathi


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Gosh, mop dolls were so popular for awhile several years ago. I still have two that I've held on to. I took a class with a friend at her church, then held a couple of "classes" to help my friends make them too. Don't think I even have the head pattern or the directions anymore. Hope someone will have them for you. They are fun and easy to make, and you can "pretty" them up with ribbons, beads, and silk flowers. I remember we did some very Victorian looking ones, and some very Country looking with braids, bonnets, and such. Luvs


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I would love to have the pattern/instructions for making mop dolls (bunnies especially). Made some years ago but would like to make some now. Anyone who may have this info I would appreciate it. Thanks! Angie


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