I just recently picked up a copy of Crafty Dolls by Jane Bull in The Works Bookshop, Belfast and was immediately taken with all of the dolls designs she has created.

Crafty dolls by Jane Bull

Each of the patterns have straight forward instructions, easy to follow pictures that take you through each step whether your preferred method of doll making is knitting or sewing.

This is a perfect book for junior crafters with oodles of projects to complete. At the back of the book there is a detailed ‘Know How’ section covering all of your possible questions.

As my least preferred way to make a doll would have to be by knitting, I decide to give one of the wooly ones a try. The pattern was so simple to follow and knitted up very quickly, with endless options for customising the design, maybe even make a doll to look like yourself.



The book is available to buy online at The Works.

Tina & Missy

Welcome to Miss Daisy Patterns Website. My name is Tina and I am the creator of all the free patterns, tutorials and videos you find here alongside also selling some sewing patterns. If you like my free content and would like to see me creating more, please consider buying me a coffee. Thank you for your support!

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Hi there and welcome to my website & blog, for the purposes of copyright you are very welcome to link to this blog and or to post one or two images from this blog, you are also welcome to pin any images from my blog. Please do contact me if you want to use any of the text or more images. The free patterns and tutorials are designed for you to either make for yourself or as a gift, please do not sell either the patterns or the items created. Happy Crafting. xxx Tina

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