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Cloth Doll Workshop: From the Beginning and Beyond with Doll Masters elinor peace bailey, Patti Medaris Culea, and Barbara Willis
     

Cloth Doll Workshop: From the Beginning and Beyond with Doll Masters elinor peace bailey, Patti Medaris Culea, and Barbara Willis

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by Barbara Willis, elinor peace bailey, Patti Medaris Culea
 

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Patti Culea, elinor peace bailey, and Barbara Willis are three of the leading doll artists and teachers in the country. They are also friends. Each of these artists has her own distinct approach to the design and development of a cloth figure. In this book, each artist's process will come alive through their choice of

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Patti Culea, elinor peace bailey, and Barbara Willis are three of the leading doll artists and teachers in the country. They are also friends. Each of these artists has her own distinct approach to the design and development of a cloth figure. In this book, each artist's process will come alive through their choice of fabrics, sketches, simple patterns, and skill-building variations. The book is oriented toward beginning doll makers, but offers unique variations and embellishments to please even more experienced doll designers. Two introductory chapters cover basic materials and techniques. Each artist's chapter includes step by step illustrations, instructions, and patterns to make a complete doll, plus variations that create completely new figures. Readers are treated to full color photography and a look inside of each artist's workspace. A gallery of additional creations by each artist, along with commentary on each work completes the collection. This is a must-have book for any aspiring or experienced doll making.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781592536214
Publisher:
Quarry Books
Publication date:
11/01/2010
Pages:
128
Sales rank:
762,601
Product dimensions:
8.40(w) x 10.90(h) x 0.50(d)

Meet the Author

elinor peace bailey is a trained artist, and discovered stitchery as she was raising her family. She travels and teaches, has designed fabrics, and has worked as a creative consulant for several companies. She is the author of Mother Plays With Dolls, and The Rag Doll From Plain to Fancy. She has self published books, quilt patterns, craft projects, and dolls, which she sells online and through quilt shops.
Patti Medaris Culea has a full-line of cloth doll patterns and her work has appeared in books, magazines, and galleries. She is the author of Creative Cloth Doll Making, Creative Cloth Doll Faces, and Creative Cloth Doll Couture. Patti lives in San Diego, CA.

Barbara Willis is a doll artist and teaches doll making in many parts of the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and England. Barbara's work has been widely published in magazines and her dolls have been included in special exhibits, galleries, and books. She resides in Northern California in the San Francisco Bay Area. She is the author of Cloth Doll Artistry (Quarry Books, 2009).

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Cloth Doll Workshop: From the Beginning and Beyond with Doll Masters elinor peace bailey, Patti Medaris Culea, and Barbara Willis 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Doll_Nails More than 1 year ago
Although this book isn't out yet it is bound to be wonderful when it is released. I own all but 1 (I think it may be out-of-print) of Patti Culea's books and I charish each and every one. The dolls just have an aura about them that makes you look at them over-and-over and they inspire you to WANT to create one of your own. Mrs. Culea is a warm, approachable person and cares about her craft. She is on Facebook and will chat with you when she is able. I WILL be purchasing this book the moment it is released! If you want to learn to make dolls, the book "Cloth Doll Making" listed in my "Recommend" section is a good one to start with. I hope to, one day, go on the "Doll Making Cruise" with Mrs. Culea...I'm sure it would be a blast!