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Make Doll Shoes! Workbook I
2 July 2012

Make Doll Shoes! Workbook I

Make Doll Shoes! Workbook I
1989 | ISBN: 0875883354 | English | 42 pages | PDF | 11.3 MB

Make Doll Shoes! Workbook I includes all aspects of making fabric doll shoes with illustrated directions for their construction and patterns for seven different styles, each in several styles. A section which illustrates and analyzes a variety of authentic doll shoes will help you duplicate old shoes. Learn a new craft or improve on your shoemaking talent through the instructions, illustrations and patterns in this workbook.
Designing the Doll: From Concept to Construction
21 July 2010

Designing the Doll: From Concept to Construction

Designing the Doll: From Concept to Construction by Susanna Oroyan
CT Publishing | 1999 | ISBN: 1571200606 | English | 160 pages | File type: PDF | 37.30 mb

An in-depth guide to doll making from concept to "imaginative engineering," this book is for every collector and artist. A gallery of all of the important "art" doll makers today-a record for collectors and inspiration for doll artists. A wide variety of construction methods, the techniques for getting proportions correct, and ideas on how to develop ideas and then construct advanced art figures or dolls are covered. 250 color photos plus over 200 drawings.
Sisters Doll - Welcome To The Dollhouse (2012)
19 November 2012

Sisters Doll - Welcome To The Dollhouse (2012)

Artist: Sisters Doll
Album: Welcome To The Dollhouse
Year: 2012
Genre: Rock
Bitrate: VBR 192-320 kbps
Format: MP3
Tracks: 10
Size: 106 mb
Make Doll Shoes! Workbook II
2 August 2010

Make Doll Shoes! Workbook II
Make Doll Shoes! Workbook II
Hobby House Press 1989 | 40 | ISBN: 0875883362 | PDF | 12 Mb
This second book on how to make leather boots and sandals contains 6 styles of footwear, each with patterns in several sizes. 98 line drawings. 103 pattern pieces. 40 pages. ...
Designing the doll
1 January 2011

Designing the doll

Designing the Doll: From Concept to Construction by Susanna Oroyan
C&T Publishing | 1999 | ISBN: 1571200606 | English | 160 pages | PDF | 37.30 Mb
Make Doll Shoes! Workbook II
16 August 2014

Make Doll Shoes! Workbook II

Make Doll Shoes! Workbook II By Lyn Alexander
Publisher: Hobby House Press 1989 | 40 Pages | ISBN: 0875883362 | PDF | 12 MB

Doll Parts - Ashtray For Breakfast (2012)
10 July 2012

Doll Parts - Ashtray For Breakfast (2012)

Artist: Doll Parts
Album: Ashtray For Breakfast
Year: 2012
Genre: Rock
Bitrate: VBR 192-320 kbps
Format: MP3
Tracks: 6
Size: 105 mb
Knitting Patterns - Doll Clothes
8 October 2010

Knitting Patterns - Doll Clothes

Knitting Patterns - Doll Clothes
English | 890 pages | PDF | 160.37 MB


Over sixty patterns for knitted doll clothes to fit various sizes and makes of dolls. Several patterns for Tiny Tears included in this mix of vintage and modern patterns.
Dead When I Found Her - Rag Doll Blues (2012)
11 October 2012

Dead When I Found Her - Rag Doll Blues (2012)

Artist: Dead When I Found Her
Album: Rag Doll Blues
Year: 2012
Genre: EBM
Bitrate: VBR 192-320 kbps
Format: MP3
Tracks: 12
Size: 179 mb
Sandman - Vol 2: The Doll's House
11 September 2011

Sandman - Vol 2: The Doll's House
Sandman - Vol 2: The Doll's House
English | CBZ | 240 Pages | 89.61 MB
Genre: Comics : Horror

The Doll's House is the second trade paperback collection of the comic book series The Sandman, published by DC Comics. It collects issues #9-16. It is written by Neil Gaiman, illustrated by Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Chris Bachalo, Michael Zulli and Steve Parkhouse, coloured by Robbie Busch and lettered by Todd Klein. It was issued in paperback in 1990 - before the first volume (Preludes and Nocturnes) - and later reissued as a hardback volume in 1995. The collected edition features a foreword by Gaiman's friend Clive Barker. Both Preludes and Nocturnes and early editions of The Doll's House reprint issue #8 of the series ("The Sound of Her Wings"). This is probably because The Doll's House was the first Sandman collection to be printed, and it is likely that at the time it was unclear whether any others would be issued