So in my post yesterday, I mentioned that I had dolls on my mind. Here’s another doll that I think is fabulously fun! I love the little curlicue curl on the forehead. I love the lollipop. I love the Scotti dog. In my book, a pink checked Scottie dog is much cuter than a red plaid one!
Another reason that I love this doll is because you use computer printer fabric and print up the doll pattern on your ink jet printer. How cool is that? A techno craft is right up my alley!
Tim (the brains behind this darling doll) said that he got the fabric at his local JoAnn’s store. Since there’s a store within a ten minute drive from my house, can you guess where I’ll be going tomorrow?? You’re right! JoAnnes! You are so smart . . .
You can go here to see his directions and download the pattern. All for free. Isn’t he wonderful to do that? I say let’s all give him a round of applause. (Clap, clap, clap.)
But that’s not all, folks! He has five other freebies that include cute, cute Gnomie Paper Dolls (with three outfits) and a Gnome Bowling game. What a hoot! (It seems like I’ve been using that word a lot lately. I had better brush on some synonyms so I can fling them out at you as I write!) Another round of applause for Tim!
He also mentioned that you can use printer fabric for quits and pillowcases. You, my dear readers, are so creative that I bet you can come up with a plethora of ideas on how to use printer fabric now that you are aware of it. For things such as little cloth purses, book bags, aprons, place mats, bookmarks, table runners, and framed art. Make a comment below and tell me some of your ideas that sparked in your creative brains.
Thanks Tim, for granting permission of the use of your photo and for freely sharing your creativity. And — JoAnnes, here I come!