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MBS Flat Emelie Matt

MBS Flat Emelie Matt

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Published by mfreedman661300
designed by Angela Yosten
designed by Angela Yosten

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Published by: mfreedman661300 on Feb 20, 2010
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Flat Emelie and Matt by Angela Yosten
When I was a young girl, I loved playing with paper dolls. Now that I have two kids of my own now, Ihave noticed that my daughter, too, loves to play with paper dolls. The only bad thing about them isthey get torn up so quickly and easily by the little brother. How can you enjoy the wonders of paperdolls and all their wonderful clothing options without them getting torn up? FABRIC... fabric doesn'ttear or give you paper cuts. Fabric has all kinds of possibilities for a clothing wardrobe. That's IT! Igive you... Flat Emelie and Matt... I hope you enjoy!
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1 Layer Cake {featured is Whimsy by Fig Tree & Co.}1/2 yard Bella Solid in Natural2 yards Fusible Fleece2 yards 1 1/2" Sew-On Velcro1 yard 7/8" Grosgrain ribbonCoodinating ThreadSewline mechanical pencil trioSewline fabric glue pen
Garnishes (optional):
 20" coordinating Jumbo Ric Rac
Making the flat dolls:
 Print out the templates located at the end of this PDF.Cut out all the clothing and doll pieces and tape the bodypieces together to form your complete doll template for theboy and girl.Cut out 2 pieces of fusible fleece and bella solid fabric foreach doll.
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Fuse the fusible fleece to the wrong side of each of thepieces of bella solid fabric. You should have two fusedpieces of fabric for each doll.Using a fabric pencil {I prefer to use a sewline ceramicpencil... nice smooth lines}, trace around the each doll onthe right side of the fused fabric. You only need to trace onone piece of fabric for each doll.PLEASE NOTE: ALL VELCRO PIECES USED ON THIS SECTION ARETO BE THE FEMALE SIDE {SOFT SIDE OF VELCRO}Lay a piece of 1 1/2" velcro across the undie parts of thedolls. Using your fabric pencil, trace the undie lines onto thefemale {soft side} of the velcro. All the undies and socks onthe dolls should be made from the soft side of the velcro.

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