|WHITE ANGEL PAINT PAIL DOLL
Angel is 14" high
Picture here and here
Pattern pieces here and here
Paper for patterns
Dressmaker's tracing (carbon) paper
Dry ball-point pen
Sewing and embroidery needles
Cardboard paint tub, one-gallon size
Aleene's "Tacky" glue
Matching sewing threads
Beige nylon stocking
Red velour or flannel, piece 23" x 40"
White polyester fleece 45" wide, 3/8 yard
Black felt, two 9" x 12" pieces
Scrap red felt
Metallic gold oilcloth, piece 1 3/4"x 3"
White knitting worsted-weight yarn
Four 1 1/2" white pompoms
White eyelet fabric 45" wide, 3/8 yard
White pre-gathered eyelet trim; 3 3/4" wide, 1 1/8 yards; 1 3/4" wide, 1/2 yard
Stiff white interfacing
Gold rug yarn, one skein.
Scraps of brown and hot pink embroidery floss
Scraps of black vinyl
Blue grosgrain ribbon 3/8" wide, 1 1/2 yards
1. Draw lines across patterns, connecting grid lines.
2. Enlarge patterns by copying on paper ruled in 1" squares; complete half-patterns along dash lines.
3. Use dressmaker's carbon and dry ball-point pen to transfer patterns to wrong side of fabrics, placing pieces 1/2" from fabric edges and 1/2" apart.
4. Cut out pieces 1/4" beyond marked lines for seam allowances, unless otherwise directed. When cutting additional pieces without patterns and when cutting facial features, do not add seam allowances.
5. To assemble, pin pieces together with right sides facing and raw edges even; stitch on marked lines, making 1/4" seams.
6. Clip into seam allowance at curves and trim corners; turn piece to right side.
7. Referring to picture, assemble pieces and trim as directed.
Covering Paint Pail:
Measure circumference of pail at lip and add 1"; measure height of pail and add amount specified.
Use these measurements to cut a rectangle of felt or fabric.
Place bottom of pail on matching fabric and trace around with a pencil.
Unless otherwise directed, cut out circle 1/8" inside traced lines and set aside.
By hand, baste 1/4" from one long edge of fabric rectangle to gather.
Turn pail upside down so that bottom of pail is now shoulders of toy.
Place fabric, right side out, around pail, having gathering stitches 1/4" above shoulders unless otherwise directed.
Lap ends of fabric to fit, turning under raw edge if woven, and glue in place.
Turn fabric at bottom over lip of pail to inside and glue, unless otherwise directed.
Pull up gathering to fit at top; adjust gathers evenly and secure thread.
Glue edge to top of pail; glue circle to shoulders, covering stitching.
Cut an 8 1/2" tubular piece of nylon stocking.
Gather one end 1/4" from edge; pull closed, then turn right side out and stuff until head measures about 17" around.
Gather remaining end of stocking tightly.
For nose, cut a 1" circle of nylon unless otherwise directed; gather 1/8" from edge.
Pull up stitches and insert stuffing to make a ball about 1/2" across; secure thread; stitch gathered side of nose to center of face.
Glue black pompons slightly above and to each side of nose for eyes, unless otherwise directed.
"Rouge" cheeks with crayon.
Complete face as individually directed.
Cover scalp with loops of yarn, making loops of directed length and referring to picture for guidance on shaping hairline.
Unless otherwise directed, cut two 3 1/2" circles of nylon; gather edges and stuff as for nose, making them about 2" across.
Having gathered area at one end, flatten into a circle and secure thread.
For fingers, make four equally spaced stitches around opposite end of hand, working over edge and pulling thread tightly to indent hand.
Glue gathered end of hands inside prepared sleeves.
Place fiberfill over top of tub to soften shoulder area; glue in place.
Cover tub with eyelet fabric, cutting fabric to reach from lip of tub to center of top; omit shoulder circle.
Place tub on a flat surface.
Glue gathered edge of wide eyelet trim to eyelet dress 1 1/4" above lip, lapping raw ends at back.
Eyelet will flow onto surface as shown.
Cut 18" piece ribbon; fold in half crosswise and glue fold to neck at center front.
Cut four sleeve caps of eyelet fabric; stitch together in pairs, leaving straight edge open.
Turn to right side and press.
Stitch gathered edge of wide eyelet trim over straight edges of sleeve caps; stitch ends of eyelet together with 1/4" seams.
Make two hands, omitting stitching of fingers.
Glue hands inside sleeves; glue sleeve caps to body at shoulders.
Make head as directed, making nose only 1/8" across.
Cut eyelashes of vinyl and glue to face.
Embroider freckles as shown, making French knots with two strands brown floss and working through head from back to front.
Embroider 3/4"-long mouth of outline stitches worked with three strands hot pink floss.
Use gold rug yarn for hair, making loops about 1 1/4" long.
Glue head to shoulders.
Place narrow eyelet trim around neck and gather to fit, gluing raw ends together at back.
Cut four wings each of eyelet fabric and interfacing, reversing pattern for two eyelet wings.
Baste one piece interfacing to wrong side of each fabric piece 1/4" from edges; trim interfacing close to stitching.
Stitch wings right sides together in pairs, leaving an opening for turning.
Turn to right side and press well; slip-stitch opening closed.
Glue straight end of wings to back of gown, having scalloped edges out as shown.
Tie remaining ribbon tightly around head, making a bow at front.
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