Upside Down Doll, 1/13

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Upside Down Doll, 1/13

from 135.00

with Barbara Beccio

Saturday January 13th, 12-5

Limit 5 students

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Make this fun doll, picking two different bodies and faces. You may choose two different cultures or fashion styles to create this Two-In-One Doll! A great class for an adult and child to take together or come by yourself and make new friends as you make this doll and exchange ideas! 

SUPPLY LIST

- 1/4 yard piece of fabric for the skin color of each doll  = 2 - 1/4 yard pieces

- 1/4 yard piece of fabric for the main skirt color for each doll = 2 - 1/4 yard pieces of fabric.

- 1/4 yard piece of fabric for the ruffle of the skirt for each doll = 2 - 1/4 yard pieces of fabric.

- 8” long x 3/4” wide piece of ribbon for the belt for each doll = 2 - 8"long x 3/4"wide

- 1/4 yard piece of fabric for the blouse/wrap for each doll = 2 - 1/4 yard pieces of fabric.

- 1/4 yard piece of fabric for the headpiece for each doll = 2  - 1/4 yard pieces of fabric. 

- 1/2 yard of medium weight press on interfacing.

- 30 feet of yarn for the hair for each doll = 2 - 30 foot lengths of yarn.

- Pattern for Upside-Down Doll at Stonemountain and Daughter Fabrics.

- Any beads, lace, trims, or buttons that you would like to add to your doll.

- Thread to match your fabrics

- Fabric Scissors

- Straight Pins - suggested Dritz Quilting Pins 

Actively teaching since 1988, Barbara Beccio is also an award-winning doll designer who brings her inventive and inquisitive spirit to her sewing classes, workshops in costuming, doll and mask-making, and sculpture. She brings her knowledge of clothing construction and textiles as well as many costuming techniques, to the classes that she teaches. Currently, she teaches adult as well as children’s sewing classes around the Bay Area. Having taught classes from pre-school to college as well as adult classes, she is able to bring versatility and creativity to a wide range of educational situations. Read more about Barbara HERE.