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Finally finished the first part of a project that has taken me awhile. I had this idea to make a doll pattern with Spoonflowerâ€¦only I wanted it to b
Finally finished the first part of a project that has taken me awhile. I had this idea to make a doll pattern with Spoonflowerâ€¦only I wanted it to be even more then just a sewing pattern. So here is how it works, you cut out the pieces and then embroider over the tattoos, then sew together the dolls. Then again you could always skip the embroidery if it is not your thing and leave the tattoos as is.
The people are made from cut paper, and then I drew the tattoos (thanks to all of Tomâ€™s vintage flash) and scanned those in.
This is mean to print out and fill one yard of fabric.
This is meant for someone who has sewn before. If you do not have a small embroidery hoop then leave the fabric whole while you embroider the patterns. When cutting out leave a border of the white background and then when you sew, sew along the printed pattern edge.
****Please note that this size must be printed at ONE YARD to get the entire design********