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Gallery » 18" Doll Quilts, Doll Hair, Doll Clothes embellished, Stuffed Animals, Hand Puppets
Most people would throw her away without a thought because she's so scary.
Patty and I spotted this Lil' Irish Lass, with navy blue hair! What doll would wants dark navy blue hair?
It looked bad, very BAD - we thought she'd look so much cuter with red hair to match her green eyes and outfit.
There are step by step directions in FAQ to help you make doll hair.
The only additional information you'll need is how to create the longer hair.
After sewing the header, back at the table, take the scissor blades and slip upward toward stitching between the front and back of fringe
cutting one side releases the yarn to fall to almost double the length of yarn (hair). Now you have long beautiful hair to attach.
THANKS to Patty L, of the Tennessee Smoky Mountains who helped choose the dolls and make fabulous fringe doll hair!
Ready to order My Own Fringe maker today and start adding fringe to your projects?
Need more inspiration? View incredible samples in the Gallery created with My Own Fringemaker.
To purchase our new fringemaker embellishing system click, add to cart button, you'll be glad you did!
New custom doll hair created as fringe transformed this doll from average to chic and oh, so cool!
Patty L. of the TN Smoky Mountains and I were experimenting with Gala Yarn purchased from Big Lots ($1.00 p/skein).
Using Gala chubby chunky yarn proved to be the best choice for this fringed doll hair upgrade. She looks very artsy?
Neither one of us had ever created doll hair; the transplant was easy and so much fun to make . You can make doll hair from fringe too.
A step by step guide and list of everything you need to duplicate our doll hair is located in our FAQ.
View our other yarn doll hair makeovers ion this same Gallery section.
Watch our informational videos HOW TO make fringe,
To purchase our incredible embellishing system, click add to cart button and check out with our secure server.
Have you priced dolls lately? OMGosh - they are outrageous! Now you can upgrade and renew the dolls your kids have and save a lot of money.
This doll is now a cutie with new hair made on the fringemaker. She went from a Lil' girl needing help, to a tween, very sweet! YOU can do a doll hair makeover too. This doll was a thrift store rescue. A scrap of cloth for a dress, some Gala Yarn from Big Lots for $1.00 and we're set for transformation. Patty L. who lives in the TN Smoky Mountains, was the project director of this doll hair make over. It was almost time to leave and drive home; so as fast as lightning, Patty sewed up a back seam from a scrap of material, pinked the bottom for a hem, and with a borrowed denim jacket from another doll, Patty dressed this doll.
Thanks Patty for a great time and three dolls with new images!
Enjoy viewing our other dolls also found in this section. If you need more hair ideas - click on the Costumes Hat, Hair and Wigs Category
Follow our Step by Step guide in FAQ to duplicate this fringe hair.
For set up you need to place rods in furthest holes, then wind on and follow the How to make fringe instructions in FAQ.
You're done! Easy peesy - do it again and again because there are plenty of dolls out there who'd appreciate some attention.
Ready to get started making doll hair and have a big creative time? Just click the add to cart button and check out with our secure server.
Not ready to buy yet? Watch our interesting HOW TO make fringe videos .
Refresh doll clothes and accessories with easy to create fringe, it's so fast and fun!
Elaine H. of TN looked at a doll and decided to give her clothing new life. Elaine created custom fringe trim for clothing and a headband.
Look at the before and two after photos - the doll is yummy adorable!
Elaine you did a great job - I know the doll is twirling she's so happy!
Thank you for sharing your inspiration with the rest of us.
Each of us can perk up atleast one doll with embellishments and recycle her to another home where she'll once again make a little girl smile.
Order My Own Fringemaker from the STORE tab, start reviving dolls... and create some smiles!
Adorable DIY stuffed animal with custom fringe for hair could be a favorite toy or door draft dodger. Place on the floor in front of/or behind the door to keep drafts from coming into the room. A very clever dual stuffed animal project!
This is the ultimate in thinking outside the box and the start of many more wonderful projects to come from this dynamic duo.
Martha and Elaine were having so much fun creating unique items that could be created using My Own Fringemaker!
So you decide, is it a toy or is it home decor, send me an email with your vote. firstname.lastname@example.org
Hand puppet Lamb Chop styled after the1960's TV celebrity, isn't this clever!
Want instructions - email for more details. email@example.com
Better yet - email a photo of your puppet and we'll post it in the Gallery.
Dolls are ever so popular and the 18" doll has helped keep dolls at center front.
Many want to create accessories for their dolls and weaving a quilt is perfect.
Create this woven doll quilt in panels using My Own Fringemaker.
Gather your materials to weave. Use coordinating strips of fabric, yarn, tapes,rick rack, ribbons for weaving.
Set up the fringemaker. Place rods in furthest holes apart.
Wind on your first color fabric strip or ribbon lightly filling the rod unit end to end.
Do not remove the rod unit from base. You will work with rod unit on the base.
Using the two blue rubber bands, place one on the crank handle and one on the rotating rod at the other end - this will keep the rod unit from rotating like it did while winding on your first strip.
Using your supplies, choose something and weave horizontally from end to end of the rod unit.
Continue adding more strips, weaving until you have filled the rod unit creating the desired look you want.
** Leave your woven cloth on the rod unit and
Remove the rod unit from the fringemaker base.
Take rod unit to ironing board, place right side down.
Iron on adhesive backing to stabilize the panel.
Take rod unit ( cloth still on the rods) to sewing machine, straight stitch the strips to secure.
For fun stitch using your machine's built in decorative stitches.
After stitching the panel to secure strips in place, remove from the rods and set aside.
Repeat the steps above to create as many panels as you need to make your doll quilt.
Sew two panels together along the long edge. Sew the next panel onto the lower long edge creating length.
Continue sewing the panels together until you have created the quilt length you need.
FINAL Fringe TRIM,
Create matching custom fringe see FAQ Tab on the home page for instructions.
Sew fringe onto three sides of the quilt. You're done.