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Tutorial and Patterns for 14" Heavy Baby/ Millet Baby with Outfit

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This is a tutorial to create a 36 cm/ 14" weighted bunting style baby doll and outfit for your doll.

 

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The Heavy Baby doll, sometimes known as Millet baby or Sensory baby is a weighted doll filled with organic, lavender-scented millet and wool and is designed not only to have weight like a real baby but to also to provide a calming and therapeutic effect when held on a lap.


This is only a tutorial, with the pattern, materials are not included.
There are lots of pictures to guide you through the steps.

You will need the following materials to make this doll:

-Wool batting approx. 150g for the head, hands and some for the body -Skin colour jersey ( I use Laib Yala Swiss Doll Jersey )
-Tubular Bandage 4.5cm wide, 40 cm long
-Cotton poplin for the body. I use natural colour.
-Fabric for the outer bunting. Velour, but could be other soft fabric like jersey 90x40cm
-Elastic for neck and wrists of the outer bunting. I use 3mm wide.
-A small ribbon for the hat.
-Embroidery floss for eyes and mouth. I use dark brown for the eyes, dark pink for the mouth.
-Extra strong thread for shaping the head of the doll
-Strong thread for sewing by hand. I use Glütermann upholstery thread. -For sewing machine, you will need skin colour thread, matching thread for the outer suit and for the cotton poplin.
-1kg Organic Millet
-One safety pin to lace the elastic through the chasing
-Embroidery needle
-12 cm long doll making needle
-Sewing needle
-Funnel
-Glass headed pins
-A chopstick could come handy

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions regarding the tutorial. 

Thank you for looking!! (:



Digital PDF tutorial

14HeavyBabyInstructionsandPatternUpdated.pdf

Total amount of downloads 100

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